The names of the Firefighters who were lost that day are forever engraved along the base of the memorial, and in the hearts and minds of all Americans who, in one way or another witnessed the selflessness of these 343.

Photograph by Mark T. Ellis

Printed and distributed by permission Holland & Knight LLP

Honoring the 343 Firefighters that perished on September 11, 2001,

this 6 foot high bronze relief expands nearly 60 feet along Greenwich Street adjacent to Ground Zero.  The relief sculpture is mounted on the exterior wall of Ten House, the fire station involved in the early moments of the ensuing disaster.