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September 11, then and now

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From identifying your “why” to studying climb logistics, there are several factors to consider as you prepare to complete the climb in honor of fallen firefighters
Port Authority Officer Will Jimeno, who was trapped in the World Trade Center rubble, shares what he has learned from his recovery post-9/11
Podcast hosts Chris Cebollero, Marc Bashoor, Rob Lawrence and Jim Dudley address how 9/11 affected all facets of public safety
Fire Commissioner Laura Kavanagh said the World Trade Center Health Program “is facing massive cuts in just a few years.”
The measure also includes members of the military who responded to 9/11 in Shanksville, Pa., and at the Pentagon, unlike the original legislation
“Together we helped fulfill our promise to never forget, and we are looking forward to keeping this going for many years to come,” said Capt. Brian Minardo
306 active and retired FDNY members — including firefighters and EMS members — have died of 9/11-related illnesses
On the anniversary of the deadly attacks, I am embarrassed and apologetic that the number of EMS deaths doesn’t come to mind as quick as firefighters’ “343”
Have we taken the lessons learned from 9/11 and truly changed our practices?
We must not only “never forget” those who died, but also never forget to stay safe, plan for the worst and to make swift decisions despite challenging parameters
‘My job was to try as best I could to explain what was going on and put it in perspective’
Years of preplanning aided the incident command of an MCI, building fire, technical rescue, hazmat, and terrorism crime scene all in one
Readers share their photos of the World Trade Center steel in their communities
We revisit a special episode in which our co-hosts discuss the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks
Honor the sacrifices and the legacy left by 9/11 responders by marking the anniversary with community service, education and self-care