Proud To Be 100% Volunteer Organization.

Honorary Board Members

These distinguished FDNY members are "Honorary Board Members" of the Remembrance Rescue Project and fully support it's mission to "Preserve, Educate, Honor and Remember" their brother Firefighters who made the ultimate sacrifice on 9/11.

  • Battalion Chief Jack Pritchard - Retired- Battalion 41 Read full bio here
  • Captain Charles Driscoll - Retired - 10 Truck, Squad 5,  18 Truck, 77 Truck, Rescue 5 (10 years)
  • Captain Thomas Bonamo - Retired-31 Engine, Rescue 1, 233 Engine
  • Lieutenant William Bessman - Retired- Squad 8, 142 Truck, Rescue 1, 301 Engine
  • Lieutenant Joseph Reyes - Retired-16 Truck, Rescue 1
  • Firefighter Bill Eisengrein - Retired- Rescue 2

Our Mission

The Remembrance Rescue Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to historical preservation coupled with youth education in order to honor the 343 fallen FDNY firefighters and the thousands who continue to suffer today. The Project is a volunteer organization with firefighters from across the country donating their time to educate society, especially youngsters in a kid-friendly environment, so that they may understand the historical importance of 9/11 and how it is carried forward today. With your support, we can continue to serve as a one-of-a-kind, rolling educational platform to preserve history and share stories that provide the impactful accounts of heroics and sacrifice.

The Road from 9/11

About the Rescues

The restored Rescue trucks were in service as Rescue Co. 4 & Rescue Co. 5 during the 9/11 tragedies. To learn more about the companies in which they originated, click the button below.

Upcoming Events

Latest News

01 August 2016
(PRLEAP.COM) August 1, 2016 – With the 15th anniversary of the September 11th attacks drawing near, the Remembrance Rescue Project is looking for proposals to host the traveling exhibit. The Remembrance Rescue Project took on the responsibility to pr...
25 July 2016
The Remembrance Rescue Project recently announced the addition of its newest Project Board Member, Lt. Paul Geidel(FDNY Rescue 1-ret). Lt. Geidel first met with Project members earlier in the year during a stop in Arizona for the Coast To Coast ...