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Acting Secretary McAleenan Traveling to New York to Commemorate September 11 Attacks

Release Date: September 10, 2019

WASHINGTON – Today, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin K. McAleenan will travel to New York, N.Y. to commemorate the September 11, 2001 attacks with current and former federal, state, and local leaders and law enforcement officials.

Tomorrow, the Acting Secretary will honor Master Special Officer Craig J. Miller of the U.S. Secret Service with special recognition, whose life was taken in the attacks. Then, he will attend the September 11th Commemoration Ceremony, along with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, former New York City Mayors Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg, and former New York Governor George Pataki, as well as other officials. In the ceremony, the Acting Secretary will observe the reading of the names of victims of the attacks.

After the ceremony, he will meet with DHS personnel in New York from U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to discuss their efforts across the state. He will then attend the New York City Fire Department’s (FDNY) September 11 Remembrance Ceremony, where there will be a wreath laying ceremony and remarks from FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro.

Last Updated: 02/05/2021
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