Now after looking at that you may think that FDNY would upgrade their online memorial. Well it is not an upgrade, You go from a 9/11 Memorial page to this.
The closest you get to a on line memorial dedicated to the FDNY Firefighters and Paramedics that died on 9/11 is this.
This is FDNY's new online 9/11 memorial. A list of names of those killed on 9/11 stuffed into a list of names of everyone who died in that decade. 9/11 no longer stands out. It is part
of FDNY Commissioner Nigro's plan to make the Fire Department and each person in it equal. He wants to send a message that every Firefighter, Paramedic, EMT, Fire Marshal,
and every Fire or EMS Lieutenant and Captain are considered equals in a Fire Department that is more unequal than ever in an attempt to diversify the department. If you hate the
new way those who died on 9/11 are displayed you can always go to
this link and see the old page (Screenshot below) that is stored on the Internet Archive. Sadly it had to be the
Internet Archive that helps keep their memories alive instead of FDNY.
As for FDNY...even in their official 9/11 message Commissioner Nigro wants to press the message that FDNY lost one member 343 times and not the reality that 343 FDNY
Firefighters, officers and Paramedics were murdered 14 years ago. I remember my co-workers and friends at FDNY as individuals, each with their own personality and quirks. I would
like it to stay that way...FDNY however doesn't think the way I do. No one was "lost" they were murdered. Almost 3,000 people, 3,000 individuals were murdered in cold blood. To say
they were "lost" is a disservice to what really happened on 9/11.