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Why Mr. Rogers, famous for doing the same thing year in and year out, was a hero.
The death of three dogs lead to the Japanese involvement in World War II.
The NYPD’s 60th Precinct, who bravely helped each other escape their flooding police station, are some of our heros of Hurricane Sandy.
The firefighters of Swift Water Team 6, who used a boat to rescue 16 men, women, and children trapped on a flaming roof and surrounded by rising waters, are some of our heroes of Hurricane Sandy.
The nurses of New York University’s Langone Medical Center are some of our heroes of Hurricane Sandy.
This week’s cover, for our Heroes Issue, features soldiers from the Black Hawk crew of Dust Off 73. who, according to the ArmyTimes back in April 2012, “spent nearly 12 hours in the air, extracting 14 wounded and one soldier killed in action and flying three critical resupply missions during a three-day operation.”