Home Arts & Entertainment Art “9/11 Never Forget” mobile exhibit takes over Gerald R Ford Museum Arts & EntertainmentArtFeatured NewsLocalNewsMultimediaPhoto Gallery “9/11 Never Forget” mobile exhibit takes over Gerald R Ford Museum By Nathan Bidwell - September 11, 2016 1148 1 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp 1 of 9 Gerry Lester, of Walker, was a mailman in 2001, As he looked over the exhibit he remembered hearing the news on the radio the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. A woman’s tears lie under the World Trade Center’s 2001 live broadcast. Lisa Bowman and her family are given a guided tour with a 9/11 first responder. Grancianna Bowman, stops to watch a video about the Wounded Warrior Project. Alan Tuinstra, Navy Soldier , is home on leave from the USS Gerald R. Ford. He visited the Grand Rapids museum to pay respects to military brothers and sister who have given the ultimate sacrifice. His grandfather is also security guard at the museum. Doug Adams, of Staten Island, retired from the New York Fire Department at 61. On Sept. 11, 2001 he responded from home, leading search and rescue operations. He has a son in the Marines. Quote by Navy Commander Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Schaeffer at the 9/11 memorial exhibit. Construction timeline of World Trade Centers at the 9/11 memorial exhibit. Placed in a glass box, a small statue honoring NYFD first responders who lost their lives attempting to save people trapped in the World Trade Center.