September 11, 2001: 12 Years Later...

09/11/2013
By Bobby Halton Fire Engineering Editor in Chief Today is 12 years, a dozen years of pain for the families and friends of the 3,000 people brutally murdered on September 11, 2001. A dozen years of service from our exceptional American military and our allied nations. Within these dozen years there has been the lost treasure of over 6,700 US military and innumerable life-altering sacrifices for our wounded warriors--many of those warriors serving as firefighters in civilian life. And today is one year after the brutal terrorist attack on our embassy in Benghazi, where Ambassador Chris Stevens and State Department employee Sean Smith were murdered despite the courageous and selfless effor...

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