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On Friday, April 15, 2016, the FDNY and FDNY Foundation celebrated the launch of the FDNY 2017 Calendar of Heroes at Herald’s Square Plaza in Manhattan. For 2017, the iconic Calendar of Heroes is two calendars in one – with a 12 month version featuring the men of the FDNY and 12 month version featuring the women of the FDNY. For the first time ever, FDNY EMTs and Paramedics are included among the calendar models. As a part of the annual event to release the Calendar, FDNY ...
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The men and women of the FDNY 2017 Calendar of Heroes are in Herald Square, ready to meet you! Come by until 2 pm today (Friday, April 15) so you can purchase a calendar and have it signed by our members! All proceeds benefit the FDNY Foundation. You can purchase a calendar online at
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El Departamento de Bomberos llama a todos los neoyorquinos y visitantes de nuestra gran ciudad para que acompañen a miembros de nuestro Calendario de héroes y h...
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Calling all New Yorkers and visitors to our great city – FDNY members from the FDNY 2017 Calendar of Heroes will be at the Herald Square Pedestrian Plaza on FRIDAY APRIL 15 from 11 am – 2 pm, signing purchased copies of the calendar! The Calendar of Heroes is the ONLY official calendar of the FDNY, and this year’s calendar is two calendars in one, with 12 months featuring the men of the FDNY and 12 months featuring the women of the FDNY. In addition, FDNY EMTs and Paramedics are included among the calendar models for the very first time. We hope to see you there! But if you can’t make it to the event, you can purchase your calendar online by visiting All proceeds benefit the FDNY Foundation
Today’s FDNY Throwback Thursday photo is from this day in 1974, at a 2-alarm fire at 2347 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn. See more photos at [Flickr]
The vehicles featured in today’s ‪#‎FDNYfleet‬ post are an Emergency Crew Vehicle, a Tactical Support Unit and a Fuel Truck. The Emergency Crew Vehicles respond to firehouses and EMS stations, as well as fire scenes, to repair Department vehicles in the field. They carry a large inventory of parts and equipment to utilize when making repairs. The FDNY’s Tactical Support Unit contains many large storage compartments, which hold specialized tools and equipment not usually carried by other fire units, such as: chainsaws for underwater use, powerful electric generators, an inflatable boat and a telescoping light tower. The Fuel Truck is designed to deliver diesel fuel in the event of an emergency, such as a natural disaster.
On Saturday, April 9, the 43rd Annual FDNY vs NYPD Charity Hockey Game was played at Madison Square Garden. Prior to puck drop, the FDNY Hockey Team donated a van to the FDNY Fire Family Transport Foundation, and proceeds from the event benefitted the FDNY Fire Family Transport Foundation and the New York Police & Fire Widows' & Children's Benefit Fund. Despite a valiant comeback performance in the third period, the NYPD earned bragging rights this year, winning the game with a final score of 6-5. See more photos from the game at [Flickr]
Today, FDNY Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro and members of the FDNY Hellenic Society marched in the 2016 Greek Independence Day Parade. See more photos from the event at [Flickr]
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“El cordón umbilical aún estaba conectado cuando llegamos, la madre estaba al fondo de las escaleras del sótano y la bebé justo acababa de nacer. Ella tenía un ...
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“The umbilical cord was still attached when we got there, the mother was at the bottom of the basement stairs and she had just given birth to the baby. She was in a bit of a panic, she did not plan to give birth at home. Our guys were all EMTs before they became Firefighters and they knew exactly what to do, they’d had excellent training,” says FDNY Lieutenant Joseph Malatestinic from Engine 323 in Brooklyn, who supervised Firefighter Dwight Ferguson and Firefighter Terrence ...
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Today, FDNY Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro swore in FDNY Deputy Commissioner of Governmental Affairs and Special Programs Laura Kavanagh, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer (CDIO) Cecilia B. Loving, and promoted 24 FDNY officers in the Fire and EMS Officer Promotion Ceremony at the FDNY Training Academy on Randall’s Island. Together, the newly promoted members represent 450 years of experience with the Department. Read more about today's ceremony at[web page].