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Sunday, September 11, 2016

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Dear FireRescue1 Subscriber,
This past week I attended a symposium at the National Fire Academy. I arrived at night, dropped my bags and wandered the grounds. With no one else around, I lingered at the fallen firefighters' memorial. There are plaques for each year that list the names of the firefighters who died in the line of duty — 2001 has two: One for those who died in the terrorist attacks and one for everyone else.

It is a stark reminder that we can both never forget those we lost and never stop learning from the lessons 9/11 taught us. I believe this special edition newsletter helps on both accounts.
— Rick Markley, FR1 Editor-in-Chief
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9/11 remembered: A son in harm's way: The most profound loss on that fateful day in 2001 was the loss of family
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What lessons did we fail to learn from 9/11?
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