The September 11 attacks, commonly known as 9/11, were four coordinated Islamist suicide terrorist attacks carried out by al-Qaeda against the United States on September 11, 2001. That morning, 19 terrorists hijacked four commercial airliners scheduled to travel from the East Coast to California.

This episode of Beyond the Shield hits close to home. Paul sits down with 20-year FDNY Veteran and retired emergency management professional Tim Brown, who was on the scene on 9/11. This is a powerful and emotional interview you won’t want to miss. Don’t miss out on any future episodes. Subscribe now for regular updates, and stay tuned for more insightful conversations. Visit us at: Instagram:   / conwayshield   Website: Important links Conway Shield:… Chief’s Choice:… Conway Shield Training:… About us: Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 4:05 From Firefighter to Emergency Management 10:00 The tragic events of September 11, 2001 19:00 The Hive of Heroes 35:00 Surviving the South Tower collapse 52:36 Sharing the Heroes’ story 54:00 Never forget 1:05 Overcoming Darkness 1:21 An Unlikely savior 1:30 Illness from 9/11 1:37 looking Forward 1:49 Closing

By Paul Conway

Founder Paul J. Conway’s firefighting heritage runs deep through 3 generations. His father, the late Charles B. Conway, served 34 years with the New Berlin, WI Fire Department (21 of them as Fire Chief). Following his father’s footsteps, Paul extended the family legacy from New Berlin to the Milwaukee, WI Fire Department, serving for 31 years while rising through the ranks like his father before him. Now retired, Assistant Chief Paul J. Conway understands the value of relationships and has the utmost respect for all those who protect and serve. He understands first-hand how critical it is to have the best equipment available for firefighters and law enforcement officers. As our company continues to grow with the adapting needs of our customers, we continue our commitment to service excellence and have established Conway Shield, now offering full line protection in both the fire and law enforcement communities.

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