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Thank you! some don't hear it enough

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far and beyond

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This is Liam and Theo....they were killed together last year in Afghanistan... and were buried in the same casket.

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older Veterans. God Bless them!! and all our current Military. Thank you!

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Thank you, Paramedics, for doing all you can.

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NAPALM EXPLODING ON VIET CONG STRUCTURES

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"COMPANY A" VIET NAM 1968

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Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima - Joe Rosenthal

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God bless our troops!

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They also serve.

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National Law Enforcement Memorial

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Tomb of the Unknown Solider

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God bless the Heroes

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Sailors bound for Manhattan, 1941

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This installation by artist Francesc Torres presents a series of photographs of the area used for the preservation of material removed from Ground Zero at the World Trade Center. These images reveal to us how,a museum may emerge almost like an organic body. Images of destroyed fire engines and police cars, bits of buildings converted into compressed magma, that is equalled with all the other materials. Coinciding with the ten year anniversary of 9/11, the CCCB...

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On 9/11, the New York City Police Department lost 23 officers. The Port Authority police lost 37. The FDNY's dead numbered 343. Here, firefighter Tony James cries while attending the funeral service for New York Fire Department chaplain Mychal Judge at New York's St. Francis of Assisi Church, September 15, 2001. Photographer Joe Raedle, who attended and photographed funerals for weeks after September 11, told LIFE.com of this shot: "Anytime you see a fireman or a symbol of strength breaking d...

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The tragic events of September 11, 2001 forever altered the American landscape, both figuratively and literally. Immediately after the jets struck the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, Dennis Smith, a former firefighter, reported to Manhattan's Ladder Co. 16 to volunteer in the rescue efforts. In the weeks that followed, Smith was present on the front lines, attending the wounded, sifting through the wreckage, and mourning with New York's devastated fire and police departments.

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Everyday Heroes: fire fighters, medical professionals, police, social workers, teachers and everyone who serves the greater good everyday

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