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13 Years Ago...
My tribute to the lost men and women on September 11, 2001. Get comfortable; this is a reader, not a looker.
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Thirteen years ago, today, was the deadliest day on American soil since the Civil War. 2,977 innocent people were killed. Those were the Attacks of September 11th. Four planes were hijacked, two of them heading for New York City, the World Trade Center as their target, one headed to Arlington, the Pentagon as their target, and one headed to Washington D.C. with either the White House or the Capitol Building as their target. The first three planes achieved their goals, smashing into the buildings with devastating effects. Eventually, both World Trade Center 1 and 2 collapsed, trapping hundreds of people. The passengers of the fourth plane had been notified of the attacks by phone, the internet, or human transmission, and noticed they were taking a sharp turn. They realized that they were going to be the next victims, and, getting a group of extremely brave people together, they bashed into the cabin using a drink cart. The attackers decided to pull the plane down, and there were no survivors. The fourth plane had crashed in a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

During the attacks, particularity the ones in New York City, thousands of emergency workers were called to the scene. The Fire Department of New York, the New York Police Department, and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department were among the agencies to respond.

You may see that MOCpages has a large number of fire buffs and enthusiasts. I am one of them, but I also have a unique trait that only few others have. That is the devotion to the topic of law enforcement more than that of fire departments. On this day, there is a big recognition for the 343 men and women lost from the FDNY. I am not going to say they are over-recognized, as I don't think there can be such a thing as over-recognition, but I do want to say one thing. The 72 law enforcement officers who lost their lives on that fateful day are under-recognized. I have no problem with saying that. Even less that they are the paramedics, but I'm not a paramedic buff. I am here to make those 72 brave souls recognized.

You also may be wondering what the main picture is. Well, it is the start of one of the panels on which the 72 men and women who lost their lives are engraved at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. The figure represents an NYPD officer standing at attention. And the American flag represents, well, America, our unity, and out spirit. I will end this off saying may God bless their souls, and may God bless America.

Leonard W. Hatton (Special Agent, FBI)
Ronald P. Bucca (Fire Marshal, FDNY)
John G. Coughlin (Sergeant, NYPD)
Michael Curtin (Sergeant, NYPD)
John D'Allara (Police Officer, NYPD)
Vincent G. Danz (Police Officer, NYPD)
Jerome M. Dominguez (Police Officer, NYPD)
Stephen P. Driscoll (Police Officer, NYPD)
Mark Ellis (Police Officer, NYPD)
Robert Fazio (Police Officer, NYPD)
Rodney C. Gillis (Sergeant, NYPD)
Ronald Kloepfer (Police Officer, NYPD)
Thomas Langone (Police Officer, NYPD)
James Leahy (Police Officer, NYPD)
Brian G. McDonnell (Police Officer, NYPD)
John William Perry (Police Officer, NYPD)
Glen Pettit (Police Officer, NYPD)
Claude Richards (Detective, NYPD)
Timothy Roy (Sergeant, NYPD)
Moira Smith (Police Officer, NYPD)
Ramon Suarez (Police Officer, NYPD)
Paul Talty (Police Officer, NYPD)
Santos Valentin, Jr. (Police Officer, NYPD)
Joseph Vincent Vigiano (Detective, NYPD)
Walter Weaver (Police Officer, NYPD)
Thomas E. Jurgens (Senior Court Officer, NY State Office of Court Administration)
William Harry Thompson (Captain, NY State Office of Court Administration)
Mitchel Scott Wallace (Senior Court Officer, NY State Office of Court Administration)
Clyde Fraizer, Jr. (Crime Specialist 1, NY State Department of Taxation & Finance)
Charles Mills (Director of Investigations, NY State Department of Taxation & Finance)
Richard R. Moore (Revenue Crimes, NY State Department of Taxation & Finance)
Salvatore Papasso (Revenue Crimes, NY State Department of Taxation & Finance)
William H. Pohlmann (Assistant Deputy, NY State Department of Taxation & Finance)
Christopher C. Amoroso (Police Officer, PAPD)
Maurice Vincent Barry (Police Officer, PAPD)
Liam Callahan (Police Officer, PAPD)
Robert D. Cirri, Sr. (Lieutenant, PAPD)
Clinton Davis, Sr. (Police Officer, PAPD)
Donald A. Foreman (Police Officer, PAPD)
Gregg John Froehner (Police Officer, PAPD)
Thomas Edward Gorman (Police Officer , PAPD)
Uhuru Gonja Houston (Police Officer, PAPD)
George G. Howard (Police Officer, PAPD)
Stephen Huczko, Jr. (Police Officer, PAPD)
Anthony P. Infante, Jr. (Inspector, PAPD)
Paul W. Jurgens (Police Officer, PAPD)
Robert M. Kaulfers (Sergeant, PAPD)
Paul Laszczynski (Police Officer, PAPD)
David P. Lemagne (Police Officer, PAPD)
John J. Lennon (Police Officer, PAPD)
J. D. Levi (Police Officer, PAPD)
James F. Lynch (Police Officer, PAPD)
Kathy N. Mazza (Captain, PAPD)
Donald J. McIntyre (Police Officer, PAPD)
Walter Arthur McNeil (Police Officer, PAPD)
Fred V. Morrone (Superintendent, PAPD)
Joseph M. Navas (Police Officer, PAPD)
James A. Nelson (Police Officer, PAPD)
Alfonse J. Niedermeyer, III (Police Officer, PAPD)
James W. Parham (Police Officer, PAPD)
Dominick Pezzulo (Police Officer, PAPD)
Bruce A. Reynolds (Police Officer, PAPD)
Antonio Jose Rodrigues (Police Officer, PAPD)
Richard Rodriguez (Police Officer, PAPD)
James A. Romito (Chief, PAPD)
John P. Skala (Police Officer, PAPD)
Walwyn W. Stuart, Jr. (Police Officer, PAPD)
Kenneth F. Tietjen (Police Officer, PAPD)
Nathaniel Webb (Police Officer, PAPD)
Michael T. Wholey (Police Officer, PAPD)
Richard Jerry Guadagno (Refuge Manager, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)
Craig James Miller (Master Special Officer, U.S. Secret Service)



Comments

 I made it 
  September 27, 2014
Thanks, guys!
 I like it 
  September 16, 2014
This is a very nice memorial my friend. Never forget the victims of this tragic day in September, 2001.
 I like it 
  September 11, 2014
Great tribute Joe! Like all the first responders that were there, they will not be forgotten for making the ultimate sacrifice to save a life on that tragic day. May they rest in peace.
 I made it 
  September 11, 2014
Yes, indeed. Thank you for your comments.
  September 11, 2014
Very nice tribute Joe. I do kinda agree with you on the topic of the law enforcement officers being a bit under-recognized. However, they have not been forgotten and I see many tributes which recognize them. I believe the reason for them being a bit under-recognized is the fact that the FDNY suffered a greater loss of life. All in all, every emergency responder who was there on that tragic day and every civilian who tried helping (such as the people in the boats) are all heroes in my opinion. RIP everyone who was tragically killed on 9/11/01.
  September 11, 2014
They won't be forgotten.
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  September 11, 2014
Never Forget FDNY 343 09-11-01.
 
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