DALLAS -- It's been nearly 14 years, but most of us can still remember where we were on that Tuesday morning in September 2001. Few of us remember it as vividly, though, as the first responders at Ground Zero on 9/11.
Retired Deputy Inspector Paul McCormack was the commanding officer of the NYPD 41st Precinct. His wife Nicola is a photographer, and she captured stunning images of the city following the attack.
The couple's experiences led them to create the Ground Zero 360 Foundation. They now tour the country with an exhibition of items from that unforgettable day.
Starting Tuesday, that exhibit will be hosted by the Dallas Holocaust Museum.
"If you don't remember the past, you 're doomed to relive it," said McCormack. "And it's important we never forget."