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Featuring an Officer kneeling down placing roses at the National Police Memorial in honor of those who sacrificed everything in 2022. The design lists the names of fallen Law Enforcement Officers comprised by Officer Down Memorial Page.As we have in years past, 100% of the profits from this sale will be donated to C.O.P.S. and NLEOMF to assist families of the fallen.
Robert Eccleston, then 33, of Schuyler Falls, NY, was selected from among several sculptors, who submitted concepts, drawings and models, to receive the commission. The cast bronze sculpture depicts two firefighters rescuing an injured firefighter-brother and dragging him away from the wall of death where the names of the fallen are inscribed. The stirring work of art is patinaed in black, with burnished highlights on the faces and the detail of the 1960s turn-out gear. Every inch of Eccleston's first major commission is charged with emotion, energy and motion. It was cast at the Tallix Foundry in Beacon, NY.
Out of utmost respect, and with great diligence, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has transitioned from reporting Recently Fallen Officers in real-time to monthly announcements of fully vetted, Official Line-of-Duty Fallen Heroes. As the foremost organization that memorializes heroes who die in the line of duty, this official monthly announcement will share the names of the fallen who have been through our stringent review process, and approved for inclusion on the Memorial.
Most states have national veterans cemeteries where you can pay a visit and honor the fallen. Many cemeteries might have adjusted hours or be only open to family members, but this varies across the country.
Often referred to as a WOD (Workout of the Day) in the CrossFit community, these Hero WODs are designed to commemorate a fallen war hero and can be a healthy way to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
The United States Congress created the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to lead a nationwide effort to remember America's fallen firefighters. Since 1992, the tax-exempt, nonprofit Foundation has developed and expanded programs to honor our fallen fire heroes and assist their families and coworkers.
Event: New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) officials and the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) community will come together to honor 10 fallen EMS heroes at the New York State EMS Memorial Ceremony. NYSDOH Acting Executive Deputy Commissioner, Kristin Proud, will be delivering remarks.
What: The names of ten fallen EMS heroes will be added to the memorial. Three lost their battle with COVID-19 illness, one passed away from a medical episode while on duty, and six succumbed to illnesses that developed in the 21 years after responding to the 9/11 World Trade Center Attacks.
The 2022 Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial ceremony honored the 469 fallen members who would have been recognized at the canceled in-person 2020 and 2021 Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial ceremonies. Find out more about the memorial here. 59ce067264