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    Squad 18

    The following brothers from Squad 18 in Manhattan made the supreme sacrifice on September 11th, 2001.

    SQUAD 18

    Lt. William E. McGinn

    FF Eric Allen

    FF Andrew Fredericks

    FF David Halderman

    FF Timothy Haskell

    FF Manuel Mojica

    FF Lawrence Virgilio


    Squad 18
    132 West 10th St.
    West Village, Manhattan


    Please make a prayer for their families.
    Post a poem, picture, or song on this site.
    Memorial shirts to purchase for the families may be available soon.
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    CBS 60 Minutes II

    NEW YORK, Sept. 19,2001

    Reuters
    Worl Trade Center ruins: Close to hell

    (CBS) As survivors of the attack on the World Trade Center raced down stairwells to escape, they passed firefighters climbing up the stairs, toward the inferno.

    Now, hundreds of those men are missing and nowhere is the loss felt more keenly than in Squad 18. A third of this elite squad is missing and the survivors have been working around the clock to find their brothers.

    In a break from their work, four squad members told CBS 60 Minutes II Correspondent Vicki Mabrey what it is like to be first at the scene of a disaster like the Trade Center fire.


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    A neighborhood and a survivor remember squad's 'fire boys'

    A neighborhood and a survivor remember squad's 'fire boys'

    By SUSAN TAYLOR MARTIN


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    Ariba donates new truck for Squad 18

    California-based technology firm donates new truck to FDNY for Squad 18

    Employees of Ariba, Inc., a California-based technology firm, raised more than $350,000 to purchase a new Seagrave Pumper Truck for the New York City Fire Department. The Pumper Truck will be presented to Special Operations Command Squad 18, which lost seven men during the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

    Founded in 1996, Ariba, Inc., is the leading Enterprise Spend Management (ESM) solutions provider. In order to raise money for the new apparatus, Ariba's employees hosted a festival in conjunction with the Sunnyvale (Calif.) Fire Department that featured an auction, garage sale, food and music.

    WHO: Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta, Ariba CEO Robert Calderoni, Ariba employees and family members, and members of Squad 18

    WHAT: Presentation of a new Seagrave Pumper Fire Truck to Commissioner Scoppetta and members of Squad 18

    WHERE: FDNY Engine Company 13/Ladder 20, 253 Lafayette Street, Manhattan

    WHEN: Thursday, February 14, 2002 at 11:00 AM

    For additional details contact the Office of Public Information at 718-999-2056

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    SQUAD 18 FDNY
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    http://www.squad18.com/

    MEMORIAL PAGE LINK

    http://www.squad18.com/memorial/index.html

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    SQUAD 18 FDNY

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