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9/11 Memorial: To Lift a Nation sculpture at the National Fallen Firefighter Memorial Park located on the campus of the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
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Idaho State Capitol, Boise - Photos provided by Dennis Weaver with Gem County Fire District #2.
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Mountain Home Fire set up all their pumpers along their main road into town which is visible from the freeway.  Every year they do a display but this being the 10th anniversary they put everything they had into the display.
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Freezeout Hill Memorial 9/11 Commemoration in Gem County. Participants included Gem County Fire District #1, Gem County Fire District #2, Emmett Fire Department, Gem County Sheriff, Emmett Police Department, Idaho State Police, Gem County Citizen's Emergency Response Team, Idaho National Guard, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Idaho's Lieutenant Governor Brad Little
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The Richfield Fire Protection District honored the 10 year anniversary. Their fire trucks were displayed all day and the ceremony took place at 1:00 P.M. This picture was put on the KMVT Television in Twin Falls and Channel 7 in Boise.
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Meridian did a combined 9/11 Remembrance with a unveiling of our 100-year-old fire bell that now hangs in front of Station 1. Speakers were Meridian Fire Chief Mark Niemeyer, Meridian Police Chief Jeff Lavey and Mayor DeWeerd. The Meridian Pipes and Drums performed, and Meridian Police Department had their honor guard present.
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9/11 Ceremony hosted by Coeur d'Alene Fire Department, Coeur d'Alene Police Department and Military Services.
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This is a small cross section of the Cascade Rural Fire Protection District fire, rescue and EMS crew in the 9/11 flag lowering to half staff at the American Legion Post at Cascade held at 8:45 a.m. Sunday, September 11, 2011 - Jim Hass, Cascade Fire Chief.
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Schweitzer Fire District's 10th Anniversary of 9/11.
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The Sunnyside Rural Fire District joined with the Orofino Fire Department, Orofino Rural, Evergreen Fire District, other local fire districts and EMS personnel in a silent parade of apparatus through downtown Orofino. This was followed by static displays and food cooked by the Clearwater County Sheriff's Office. A local brass quintet also played patriotic music during the static display in memory of the casualties of 9/11.
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A ceremony commemorating 9/11 was held in Blackfoot. Participants were the Blackfoot Fire Department, Blackfoot Police Department, Idaho State Police and Bingham County Commissioners.
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The Western Idaho Community Action Partnership put on a tribute to all the victims of 9/11. The Payette City Mayor read a proclamation honoring the fire department and police department and presented them with a plaque.
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Ceremonies commemorating 9/11 and dedication of a piece of the Twin Towers were held at Station #1 in Nampa on September 11, 2011. Participants were the Nampa Fire Department, Nampa Police Department, Canyon County Paramedics and Nampa citizens.
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Weippe Rural Fire Department had a silent parade on September 11, 2011 to show honor and respect to those who gave their lives on that day. They salute the EMS departments that worked so hard that day.