• Columbia fire department reveals the first responders remembrance memorial here September 11, 2011. This remembrance memorial honored South Carolina Midlands firefighters, law enforcement, emergency medical services, and all branches of the military that have lost their lives in the line of duty since Sept. 11, 2001. The monument features two 25-foot representations of a portion of the freedom tower, being built on the world trade site. The granite is engraved with the names of every Midlands Soldiers, police officers, firefighters and emergency medical service worker.

    9/11 First Responders Remembrance Memorial

    Columbia fire department reveals the first responders remembrance memorial here September 11, 2011. This remembrance memorial honored South Carolina Midlands firefighters, law enforcement, emergency medical services, and all branches of the military...

  • Columbia fire department reveals the first responders remembrance memorial here September 11, 2011. This remembrance memorial honored South Carolina Midlands firefighters, law enforcement, emergency medical services, and all branches of the military that have lost their lives in the line of duty since Sept. 11, 2001. The monument features two 25-foot representations of a portion of the freedom tower, being built on the world trade site. The granite is engraved with the names of every Midlands Soldiers, police officers, firefighters and emergency medical service worker.

    9/11 First Responders Remembrance Memorial

    Columbia fire department reveals the first responders remembrance memorial here September 11, 2011. This remembrance memorial honored South Carolina Midlands firefighters, law enforcement, emergency medical services, and all branches of the military...

  • Several spectators came to the memorial to pay their respects to the 27 military and 23 fire fighters, EMS and law enforcement that have lost their lives in the line of duty here during a first responders remembrance memorial ceremony here September 11, 2011.

    9/11 First Responders Remembrance Memorial

    Several spectators came to the memorial to pay their respects to the 27 military and 23 fire fighters, EMS and law enforcement that have lost their lives in the line of duty here during a first responders remembrance memorial ceremony here September...

  • Retired Command Sgt. Maj. Marty Wells gives the command to the first responder honor guard to post during the remembrance ceremony here September 11, 2011. Wells is also the 81st Regional Support Commands Strategic Outreach Coordinator. He played a very important part in making the first responders' remembrance memorial ceremony a memorable one.

    9/11 First Responders Remembrance Memorial

    Retired Command Sgt. Maj. Marty Wells gives the command to the first responder honor guard to post during the remembrance ceremony here September 11, 2011. Wells is also the 81st Regional Support Commands Strategic Outreach Coordinator. He played a...

  • First responder honor guard which consists of 47 service members from all military branches, fire department and law enforcement march in for the roll call of fallen heroes during the remembrance ceremony here September 11, 2011. The remembrance memorial ceremony honored South Carolina Midlands firefighters, law enforcement, emergency medical services, and all branches of the military that have lost their lives in the line of duty since September 11, 2001.

    9/11 First Responders Remembrance Memorial

    First responder honor guard which consists of 47 service members from all military branches, fire department and law enforcement march in for the roll call of fallen heroes during the remembrance ceremony here September 11, 2011. The remembrance...

  • Master Sgt. Robert E. Rayborn Jr. from the 81st RSC calls out the name of Spc. Thomas D. Caughman the Soldier in which the 81st building is named after. The monument features two 25-foot representations of a portion of the freedom tower, being built on the world trade site. The granite is engraved with the names of every Midlands Soldiers, police officers, firefighters and emergency medical service worker.

    9/11 First Responders Remembrance Memorial

    Master Sgt. Robert E. Rayborn Jr. from the 81st RSC calls out the name of Spc. Thomas D. Caughman the Soldier in which the 81st building is named after. The monument features two 25-foot representations of a portion of the freedom tower, being built on...

South Carolina Midlands firefighters, law enforcement, emergency medical services, and all branches of the military that have lost their lives in the line of duty since Sept. 11, 2001, were honored with the unveiling of a memorial monument. The monument features two 25-foot representations of a portion of the freedom tower, being built on the world trade site. The granite is engraved with the names of every Midlands Soldiers, police officers, firefighters and emergency medical service worker.

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