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September 11, 2001 changed our nation and challenged New York City and its Fire Department in ways no one could ever imagine. Through images culled largely from Department archives and paired with first-hand accounts of the men and women who were there, this is the story of the 343 FDNY members lost that day and the ongoing efforts to honor their memory. This is also a testament to the resilience of FDNY's spirit - how it rebuilt, recovered and remained the greatest Fire Department in the world. In the decade since the attacks, FDNY has responded to major emergencies at home and abroad, all the while preparing for new threats and a new world. With a moving introduction by former President George W. Bush, this book takes you on the FDNY's devastating and inspiring journey through the past decade.
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