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'A Day That Changed All Our Lives'
Harry John Roland, aka "World Trade Center Man," educates visitors every day on September 11 by the 343 Fire Department memorial. The U.S. Army remembers the tragic events that transpired 15 years ago and honors the courage, bravery and those who were lost from that fateful day. We salute the service members, civilians and military families who have served in support of those missions, and those who continue that service.
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