Urban Search & Rescue      
  Urban Search & Rescue Teams
Deployed to the World Trade Center
 
  FEMA activated 25 of its 28 national Urban Search and Rescue task forces in response to the World Trade Center and Pentagon terrorist attacks -- the largest US&R deployment in U.S. history. These teams were deployed as part of the National US&R Response System, operating under FEMA authority. Approximately 1,300 US&R members and 80 dogs had been deployed by FEMA.  
         
    Arizona Task Force 1 (Phoenix, Arizona)
California Task Force 1 (Los Angeles City Fire Department)
California Task Force 3 (Menlo Park Fire Department)
California Task Force 4 (Oakland Fire Department)
California Task Force 6 (Riverside Fire Department)
California Task Force 7 (Sacramento Fire Department)
California Task Force 8 (San Diego Fire Department)
Colorado Task Force 1 (State of Colorado)
Florida Task Force 1 (Metro-Dade Fire Department)
Florida Task Force 2 (Miami Fire Department)
Indiana Task Force 1 (Marion County)
Massachusetts Task Force 1 (City of Beverly)
Missouri Task Force 1 (Boone County Fire Protection District)
Nebraska Task Force 1 (Lincoln Fire Department)
Nevada Task Force 1 (Clark County Fire Department)
Pennsylvania Task Force 1 (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania)
Ohio Task Force 1 (Miami Valley Urban Search & Rescue)
Texas Task Force 1 (State of Texas Urban Search & Rescue)
Utah Task Force 1 (Salt Lake Fire Department)
Washington Task Force 1
(Puget Sound Task Force)
   
         
         
    Urban Search & Rescue  Teams Deployed to the Pentagon    
         
    Maryland Task Force 1 (Montgomery Fire Rescue)
New Mexico Task Force 1 (State of New Mexico)
Tennessee Task Force 1 (Memphis Fire Department)
Virginia Task Force 1 (Fairfax County Fire & Rescue Department)
Virginia Task Force 2
(Virginia Beach Fire Department)
   
         
         
         

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