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For the first time, the positions of FEMA administrator and the U.S. Fire Administrator are both held by women. TODAY’s Donna Farizan sits down with Deanne Criswell and Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell at the New York City Fire Museum about their work keeping the country safe. Donna also suits up and sees first-hand what it takes to train to be a firefighter.