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Emmitsburg, Md. , October 3, 2010 -- FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate is joined by Acting U. S. Fire Administrator Glenn Gaines, the Honorable Doctor Dorothy Robyn Deputy Under Secretary of Defense and Congressman Roscoe Bartlett (MD 6) for a laying of the 2010 Presidential Wreath during the 2010 National Fallen Firefighters  Memorial Service.  With over 6000 family, firefighters and general public in attendance, 105 firefighters were remembered for their ultimate sacrifice paid in service to their communities and fellow residents.  This is the first year that military firefighters have now joined the over 3400 firefighters already on the Memorial Wall.  FEMA/Bill Green

Emmitsburg, Md. , October 3, 2010 -- FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate is joined by Acting U. S. Fire Administrator Glenn Gaines, the Honorable Doctor Dorothy Robyn Deputy Under Secretary of Defense and Congressman Roscoe Bartlett (MD 6) for a laying of the 2010 Presidential Wreath during the 2010 National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service. With over 6000 family, firefighters and general public in attendance, 105 firefighters were remembered for their ultimate sacrifice paid in service to their communities and fellow residents. This is the first year that military firefighters have now joined the over 3400 firefighters already on the Memorial Wall. FEMA/Bill Green

 
 
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Title: Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service in Maryland

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Caption: Emmitsburg, Md. , October 3, 2010 -- FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate is joined by Acting U. S. Fire Administrator Glenn Gaines, the Honorable Doctor Dorothy Robyn Deputy Under Secretary of Defense and Congressman Roscoe Bartlett (MD 6) for a laying of the 2010 Presidential Wreath during the 2010 National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service. With over 6000 family, firefighters and general public in attendance, 105 firefighters were remembered for their ultimate sacrifice paid in service to their communities and fellow residents. This is the first year that military firefighters have now joined the over 3400 firefighters already on the Memorial Wall. FEMA/Bill Green

Photographer Name: Bill Green

City/State: Emmitsburg, MD

Categories: FEMA Event ^ Special Event ^ USFA
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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