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    Obituary for John James Lenihan, retired DETECTIVE, NYPD's Voice of Citywide Radio & Honorary Fire Alarm Dispatcher, FDNY.

    Obituary for John James Lenihan, retired DETECTIVE, NYPD. John James Lenihan, 92 of Staten Island, passed away on Thursday, August 11, 2022. Born Thursday, May 1, 1930 in New York, New York, he was the son of the late John Lenihan and Dorothy Fox Lenihan. John proudly served in the United States...
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    8/12/22 Staten Island 10-75 Box 1956

    =AZU_6TNa1DyeOaIbCBoSelb0P2cTBEbIp79YPc3jJGG63ltD-JSp6xEeXOD1yaG9ERtxzlp6lNq8w2Y0yiQ2lCMxgmzzLvnioaROrFGeYZGRTXZG11K9KtWSa7IhOI6f40XW0Ls0k74OpL5lJAuICQ5ob8LUhQHrVPauCQ85xUqSGqE73XfVzQEbn_z1Shvw2BLdlJrAcmjL3SnC4MqqTmsB&__tn__=-UC%2CP-y-R']Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis I spoke with the...
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    FDNY Fire Activity - 2022

    FD uses time the box or 1st signal was transmitted.
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    News of Members

    He brings with him a lot of knowledge and only wish him the best.
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    STREET STRUCTURES.

    NYC is making the city streets unfriendly toward motorist.
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    HAPPY BIRTHDAY WISH

    I would like to wish Tommy B, a great friend of this site, a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! I hope you get some ice cream & cake today!
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    FDNY MARINE 9

    FDNY'S vessel, Firefighter II, is currently up in the shipyard in New London, Conn for annual inspection & repairs. Marine 9 is currently using a 33 feet Alpha vessel for responses.
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    FDNY - Background on the new Chief of Department

    About Chief of Department John J. Hodgens Chief Hodgens is a 36-year veteran who has most recently served as Chief of Fire Operations. He will oversee the Department’s 16,000 uniformed firefighters and EMS personnel and four major agency Bureaus: Fire Operations, EMS Operations, Training, and...
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    FDNY - Background on the new Chief of Operations

    About Chief of Operations John M. Esposito Chief Esposito is a 31-year veteran who has most recently served as Chief of Special Operations Command, where his responsibilities included leading Rescue and Hazardous Material Operations. As Chief of Fire Operations, Chief Esposito will oversee the...
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    FDNY - Background on the new Chief of Special Operations

    About Chief of Special Operations Malcolm Moore Chief Moore is a 26-year veteran of the Department. As Chief of Special Operations, he will oversee the Department’s highly trained special units, including Hazardous Materials, Marine Operations and Rescue Operations. Chief Moore joined the...
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    FDNY - Background on the new Chief of the Fire Academy

    About Chief of the Fire Academy Charles R. Downey Chief Downey is a 32-year veteran of the Department. As Chief of the Fire Academy, he will oversee training for probationary firefighters, in-service refresher training for active firefighters and all operations at the FDNY Training Academy on...
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    Thai nightclub fire kills at least 13, cause unknown

    Thai nightclub fire kills at least 13, cause unknown Reuters August 5, 2022 12:57am BANGKOK – At least 13 people were killed and 35 injured when a fire broke out at a nightclub in Thailand’s eastern Chonburi province early on Friday, a police official said. The cause of the fire is still...
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    FDNY PROMOTION TO FIRE MARSHAL

    PROMOTION TO FIRE MARSHAL Effective 0900 hours, August 6, 2022 In accordance with a Certificate issued by the NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services of Citywide Personnel Services, the following members are promoted to the rank indicated and assigned to ADMBFI: From Firefighter /...
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    New Chief of Department

    The promotions were never published on an FDNY order.
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    East Channel off of Roosevelt Is - MARINE 4 & MARINE 6 team up to assist a sail boat that struck the bridge.

    Every year This is not the first sailboat that was unable to fix under the Roosevelt Is Bridge. The vessel can always call the bridge operator & see if they are willing to open the span or just use the western channel where there is no navigation problems. Most likely the coast Guard will look...
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