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[[File:Jeffrey Palazzo, an FDNY firefighter who died responding to the WTC attack on 2001-09-11, was a USCG reservist, who will have a cutter named after him - 191112-G-MR731-1002.jpg | thumb | left | Palazzo in a harbor patrol craft.]]
 
[[File:Jeffrey Palazzo, an FDNY firefighter who died responding to the WTC attack on 2001-09-11, was a USCG reservist, who will have a cutter named after him - 191112-G-MR731-1002.jpg | thumb | left | Palazzo in a harbor patrol craft.]]
'''Jeffrey Palazzo''' was a firefighter with the [[FDNY]], and a reservists with the [[US Coast Guard Reserve]], who was killed responding to the [[September 11, 2001]] terrorist attacks to the [[WTC]].  Palazzo was a veteran of the [[United States Marine Corp]].
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'''Jeffrey Palazzo''' was a firefighter with the [[FDNY]], and a reservists with the [[US Coast Guard Reserve]], who was killed responding to the [[September 11, 2001]] terrorist attacks to the [[WTC]].<ref name=mycg2021-09-09/> Palazzo was a veteran of the [[United States Marine Corp]].
  
 
On October 10, 2008, [[Mayor of New York]] Bloomberg renamed 84 streets,  
 
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Revision as of 02:43, 16 October 2021

Jeffrey Palazzo
Jeffrey Palazzo - heroic namesake of a USCG cutter
Jeffrey Palazzo - heroic namesake of a USCG cutter
Died September 11, 2001
World Trade Centre
Nationality USA
Occupation firefighter, USCG sailor
Known for Palazzo was a 9-11 first responder who lost his life when the Towers collapsed
Palazzo in a harbor patrol craft.

Jeffrey Palazzo was a firefighter with the FDNY, and a reservists with the US Coast Guard Reserve, who was killed responding to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks to the WTC.[1] Palazzo was a veteran of the United States Marine Corp.

On October 10, 2008, Mayor of New York Bloomberg renamed 84 streets, Mayor Bloomberg Signs Legislation Renaming 84 Streets

https://www1.nyc.gov/office-of-the-mayor/news/403-08/mayor-bloomberg-signs-legislation-renaming-84-streets

U.S. Coast Guard ships state-of-the-art patrol boat to Boston

References

  1. "The Long Blue Line: Jeffrey Palazzo—a 9/11 Coast Guard hero’s story". US Coast Guard. 2021-09-09. Archived from the original on 2021-10-16. https://web.archive.org/web/20211016022026/https://www.mycg.uscg.mil/News/Article/2760985/the-long-blue-line-jeffrey-palazzoa-911-coast-guard-heros-story/. Retrieved 2021-10-15. "Like many New York City first responders, Palazzo continued to serve as a member of the Coast Guard reserve. Fellow Reservist Cassano said, 'Who are the members of the Coast Guard reserve in New York? Police and firefighters. There’s a lot of crossover.'"