This just into the email quarterdeck from the Americans in Wartime Museum:
Museum Commemorates Arrival of FDNY Fire Engine from World Trade Center
(10/22/12 – Prince William County, Virginia) The Americans in Wartime Museum will host a ceremony at 3 p.m. on Thursday, October 25, to commemorate the arrival of a fire engine which was on scene at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. The six-member crew of FDNY Squad 252 Engine died in service on 9-11. The fire engine, one of four recovered and preserved by FDNY from the World Trade Center, will become part of the Museum’s permanent collection, along with other 9-11 artifacts.
Thursday’s ceremony will be held at Connaughton Community Plaza, 3 County Complex Court, Prince William, Virginia, adjacent to Prince William County’s 9-11 Memorial. Participants will include representatives of the Americans in Wartime Museum, Prince William County officials and Fire and Rescue representatives. The event is open to the public.
I’m going to make an effort to get out there. The museum is also in possession of a section of the perimeter steel construction World Trade Center 2, actually from the floors that were hit. I cant’ say how amazing it is, the feeling you get when you can put your hand on that steel, to actually touch something of that emotional value.