Sgt Terry O'Hara passed away from 9/11 related cancer. He was a big cancer advocate for first responders. In this picture Terry is being awarded the Combat Cross for heroism.
Rest in Peace Sgt
Too many are dying. Please make sure to take advantage of the World Trace Center monitoring program and pray and support our sick brothers and sisters.
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