As we reflect on one of the darkest days in our country’s history, we remain thankful for the sacrifices and determination of everyone involved.
2001 was almost two decades ago. Whoa.
Many have asked what I was doing on September 11th. You can read about it here.
Proud to have worked to support FDNY after the attacks primarily serving at 44 Engine in Midtown Manhattan.
We dug at the pit but sad that our crew didn’t find a body to return to the families that lost everything.
Regardless of time, all Firefighters are proud to honor each of the fallen.
My 343 Brother Firefighters who died in the line of duty will never be forgotten.
Fast forward to 2020, and we’re all having a rough year. But we as a nation must come together.
While it seems bad right now, we will persevere and overcome these challenges.
We will recover and rebuild because we’ve done it before. Trust me, I’ve been in One World Trade and it’s wonderful in there. Special thanks to my friends at FEMA Region II.
…and the views was spectacular.
However, we will never forget the sacrifices heroes have paid for these freedoms we enjoy. At the base, of One World Trade sits the daily reminder – two incredible tributes to the victims of the September 11th attacks from the former WTCs.
Our colors don’t run. Our fight for freedom will will never waiver.
We has never been shy about being in front and fighting for what’s right. As you know, our nation has gone to the ends of the earth to ensure safety…and we hope to continue this Herculean effort to protect freedoms for decades to come.
“…and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity…”
America the beautiful, my home of the brave.