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Ladder 10 firefighters pose next to their aerial truck built by Seagrave Fire Apparatus in Clintonville, WI and painted with a special mural to honor New York firefighters following the 9/11 attacks.

Ladder 10 firefighters pose next to their aerial truck built by Seagrave Fire…

FDNY fire truck outside the north tower before it collapses.

Rescue workers struggle to help people exit the north tower seconds before it too collapses.

Image: CNN 9/11 video that was pulled after it revealed too much truth… no plane hit the Pentagon building

The Pentagon showing the impact point two days after a hijacked American Airlines Flight 77 was crashed into the building on Sept. 11 The huge 20 x 38 feet American flag is visible to the right of the damaged area,

Final Resting Place for Ladder 3

New York's Fire Dept. Ladder Company 3 fire truck is lowered by crane into the National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York, Wednesday, July This fire truck evacuated people from the World Trade Center towers during the terror attacks on Sept.

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Through blurred eyes we find the strength and courage to soar beyond the moment. We look to the future knowing we can never forget the past.

fdny 343-that's the number of firefighters who died in the WTC Twin Towers on 9-11-01 RIP

FDNY 343 - that's the number of firefighters who died in the WTC Twin Towers on RIP

Spencer Platt, staff photographer, Getty Images "When you first see the image your mind interprets it as the death of a firefighter, as a man who has become one with a landscape of destruction and waste. But on closer inspection you realize that the man is sleeping on the rubble after a night of searching for his lost comrades. It is an image that could have come from the battlefields of the Civil War or the French trenches of World War I." (114)

9/11: The Photographs That Moved Them Most

The Photographs That Moved Them Most ---- "The firefighter sleeping in the morning light on a pile of rubble" photo by Spencer Platt, staff photographer, Getty Images.

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