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The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey lost 37 of its officers in the World Trade Center attacks last year. NPR's Chris Arnold visits with Port Authority officers — the men and women assigned to police the towers — as they reflect on the painful loss of colleagues, the grueling rescue effort, and a year of long work hours since Sept. 11.

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