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Trained rescue dog Gus and his trainer Ed Apple from the Tennessee Task Force One Search & Rescue team searching for survivors in the wreckage at the Pentagon. (Photo by Mai/Mai/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)

These Photos Of 9/11 First Responders Break Our Hearts, But They Also Make Us Damn Proud

Gus a trained rescue dog and his trainer Ed Apple from Tennessee Task Force One Search and Rescue searching for survivors at the Pentagon

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- A rescue dog is transported out of the debris of the World Trade Center. The twin towers of the center were destroyed in a Sept. Navy Photo by Journalist Class Preston Keres. (RELEASED) (Via slagheap)

A Tribute To The Search And Rescue Dogs Of 9/11.

A Tribute To The Search And Rescue Dogs Of 9/11.

Canine Heroes. 9-11-2001 <3  I heard this dogs suffered all sorts of stress problems because they could never find anyone.  Handlers took turns hiding in rubble to be located because the dogs were freaked out.  So sad.  My class raised $$ for search dog shoes among other things.

I heard this dogs suffered all sorts of stress problems because they could never find anyone. Handlers took turns hiding in rubble to be located because the dogs were freaked out.

Saul Apunte and dog Shannon rest after a day of searching for survivors. (Photo by KMazur/WireImage)

These Photos Of 9/11 First Responders Break Our Hearts, But They Also Make Us Damn Proud

9/11 anniversary in pictures: the attack on the World Trade Center in New York - Telegraph

9/11 anniversary in pictures: the attack on the World Trade Center in New York

Bodies are pulled from the rubble of the World Trade Center by rescue workers two days after the attack Picture: GETTY IMAGES/Mario .

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Rescue workers work with dogs to search for victims of the World Trade Center attacks New York, NY, FEMA 5620 SAR Dogs)

In the days following the attacks of 9/11, rescue and cadaver dogs and their handlers worked tirelessly to first locate survivors, and ultimately to recover human remains that helped families find closure.

In the days following the attacks of 9/11, rescue and cadaver dogs and their handlers worked tirelessly to first locate survivors, and ultimately to recover human remains that helped families find closure.

Rarely Seen Photos from September 11th - My Modern Metropolis

Rarely Seen Photos from September 11th

Today, as we reflect on the tragic events that took place 11 years ago, we wanted to share photos and stories you may have never seen or heard before Above photo credit: George Weld

Search and rescue dog at World Trade Center

Amazing intelligence unconditional loyalty: Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds, Collies, Rottweilers scores of mutts provide the backbone of the search-and-rescue (SAR) operations at the World Trade Center wreckage.

The thick clouds of debris and smoke from the smoldering wreckage obscured the sky and the sun in Lower Manhattan. This is what nuclear winter would look like.

The 9/11 victims America wants to forget: The 200 jumpers who flung themselves from the Twin Towers who have been 'airbrushed from history'

~A New York City Police Emergency Services truck drives away from 1 World Trade Center with the city burning in the distance.as the World Trade Center's South Tower burns uncontrollably, on September

During the chaos of the 9/11 attacks nearly 100 loyal search and rescue dogs and their brave owners scoured Ground Zero for survivors. Just 12 survive and have had a moving tribute made to them.

The 9/11 rescue dogs: Portraits of the last surviving animals who scoured Ground Zero one decade on

The rescue dogs: Portraits of the last surviving animals who scoured Ground Zero one decade on -- During the chaos of the attacks, where almost people died, nearly 100 loyal search and rescue dogs and their brave owners scoured Ground Zero for survivors.

Trained rescue dog Gus and his trainer Ed Apple from the Tennessee Task Force One Search & Rescue team searching for survivors in the wreckage at the Pentagon. (Photo by Mai/Mai/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)

These Photos Of 9/11 First Responders Break Our Hearts, But They Also Make Us Damn Proud

Gus a trained rescue dog and his trainer Ed Apple from Tennessee Task Force One Search and Rescue searching for survivors at the Pentagon

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