As the nation reflects on this day, Cochise County first responders, law enforcement, educators and residents recount their memories of the day and thoughts the community should keep in mind moving forward.

"I clearly remember that morning, the oncoming shift as well as the offgoing shifts, just standing, sitting around the TV in shock, in disbelief, in silence as the attacks continued and the details unfolded," said Douglas Fire Chief Kevin Lomeli. "It was horrific, it was terrifying. We soon realized that the fire service and our nation had been changed forever."

Check out our full coverage with our article HERE, podcast episode on the Daily Chirp HERE, and the video feature by Herald/Review Vidergrapher @Jenica Lawson HERE.