Engine 343 is the company of 343 firefighters who died on 9/11.
A former firefighter, currently a doctor with the Mayo Clinic, recalls what he experienced during the events of 9/11.
In this video, a firefighter recalls responding to the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon.
A former New York firefighter, shares what he remembers about first encountering the destruction at Ground Zero.
Tampa firefighter had never set foot in NYC until the day he arrived to help with the search and rescue efforts.
Recently released footage sheds new light on the different roles that firefighters filled during the 9/11 attacks in NYC.
One FDNY firehouse nearly lost their entire team during the attacks on the World Trade Center.
Firefighters across the country came together for the search and rescue efforts after the terrorist attacks on 9/11.
The first FDNY battalion chief to enter the North Tower shares what he saw.
The FDNY released the dispatch tapes from 9/11, which recorded how firefighters learned about the attack.
Not only did full-time firefighters play a major role on 9/11, but they were also helped by firefighters and fire companies.
Engine 34, Ladder 21 lost most of its members to the tragic events of 9/11.
A team of San Diego firefighters traveled to New York City in the days after 9/11 to help in the search and rescue efforts.
Frank Pizarro was one of the many firefighters who helped out on the scene of “Ground Zero” on 9/11.
Did you know that a five-alarm fire usually brings 44 fire department units to respond?
The fire chief from Shanksville remembers how his company responded to the Flight 93 crash.
Msgr. John Delendick remembers how difficult it was to be a firefighter chaplain during the events on 9/11.
The Paterson Fire Department jumped into action, crossing the river to help out at the World Trade Center.
Michael Haub, died on 9/11, working to save others, but his remains were only identified 18 years later.
Individuals from the Fire and Police Departments quickly responded to the attacks on the Pentagon.
Keith Roma was a member of the New York Fire Patrol and is credited with saving as many as 200 lives.
This video shows the brave firefighters working to save lives in the aftermath of the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks
Firefighter Daniel Foley died of an illness related to the attacks.
This helmet belonged to David Halderman, who followed in the footsteps of his father and brother.
These startling numbers show how many first responders have been lost since the tragic events of 9/11.
This collection of photos showcases the many struggles that the New York City first responders had to face.