On the morning of September 11th 2001, Deputy Chief John Norman FDNY (retired) was asleep and oblivious to the attack on America by terrorists until his home answering machine went off with an urgent "all call" message from his department. Norman admits that nothing can prepare person for the things that he and others experienced on the ground that morning or the weeks to follow but he knows that his foundational base and strength was built upon the education and practical experience he received at OSU; this beginning made a significant difference.
On the morning of September 11th 2001, Deputy Chief John Norman FDNY (retired) was asleep and oblivious to the attack on America by terrorists.
Dakota Meyer is a country boy who grew up amongst the corn and tobacco fields in the rolling hills and lush farmland of Columbia, Kentucky.
Our nation's first responders exemplify strength and heroism. These stories feature the brave men and women who rush in when everyone else runs out.
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The selfless, courageous and fearless members of our military sacrifice so much to defend our freedoms at home. These stories honor their service.