The vid that 4x4 posted is an honor to them, and even to the ones that did what they did, and didn't give their lives!
I think the best thing we can do is remember back to that day and the days after, and how the nation came together. The most honoring thing would be for the nation to come together again, and stay together.
Honor them by being more vigilant in every day life, helping veterans of the conflict, someone you know that lost a family member/relative during this whole thing. They made a sacrifice (life), honor that with respect. That's just me though.
IMO we should focus on the fact that we now support the group behind 9/11 (Al Qaeda in the Libyan conflict). Just like when they were the Mujahideen, only this time they contract them out to open another market to fractional reserve banking and Oligarchical Corporate interest as opposed to fighting the Soviets. What bigger slap in the face could we give to those who died over the past 10 years than to finance and aid members of the group that commited the atrocious acts. Not only that, but we allow the psuedo representatives of the Republic grand stand and dance on their final resting place while we ban the first responders from attending? WTF is that? I'm sorry dude......but if you just regurgitate the canned corporate media rhetoric, I can't support that. I posted detailed open source information on all of the above in this thread if you are interested.
"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."
- Notebook, 1904, Mark Twain