Duty Runs Deep

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In times of danger, when many flee, what makes first responders answer the call and run toward the threat? What makes them put themselves in harm’s way to save lives? We may call it bravery or courage. First responders know it simply as duty.

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  • Duty Runs Deep
    Duty Runs Deep

    In times of danger, when many flee, what makes first responders answer the call and run toward the threat? What makes them put themselves in harm’s way to save lives? We may call it bravery or courage. First responders know it simply as duty.