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    7/16/21 Queens All Hands Box 8408

    Relocations: E211 to E274 E294 to E299 (not quite sure where 299 was) E238 to E303 E309 to E308 E291 to E311 L120 to L158 L102 to L126 L146 to L155
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    7/5/21 Queens 10-75 Box 4464

    And E272 was first due.
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    FDNY Fire Activity - 2021

    Add Brooklyn 22-4067 on 6/1.
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    4/10/21 Manhattan 10-76 3rd Alarm Box 0827

    Add Engine 1 - 1st due on 3rd.
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    FDNY Fire Activity - 2021

    Add Brooklyn 2nd alarm - Box 0746 on 3/22. Queens Box 7735 was changed to Box 9365.
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    3/21/21 Bronx 3rd Alarm Box 2389

    Car 13A is now DAC Brennan.
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    3/12/2021 Queens 2nd Alarm Box 7735

    Box # was changed to 9365.
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    1/28/2021 Bronx Box 2892

    He’s been the SI Boro Commander since July 2019.
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    2/18/21 Bronx All Hands 10-80 Code 1 Box 3091

    CR3 is Collapse Rescue 3.
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    1/28/2021 Bronx Box 2892

    DAC Woods is the Staten Island Borough Commander (Car 8).
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    FDNY Unit Location Google Map (customized unit icons)

    I think you inadvertently changed L117 to read L167.
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    FDNY Unit Location Google Map (customized unit icons)

    Great job. Slight number reversal - shows E248, rather than E284 with L149. I believe that Battalion 49 is with E312.
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    2/14/21 Queens 5th Alarm Box 9623

    Chief Raynis retired in 2018. No one has been assigned to Car 16 since then.
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    2/14/21 Queens 5th Alarm Box 9623

    Does anyone know where L127 was?
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    Helmets

    When did the proby helmet front pieces change to reflect the company numbers?
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    FDNY Fire Activity - 2020

    Need to add Queens 22-6146 on 12/15.
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    12/3/20 Brooklyn 10-75 Box 3006

    Unless they were initially unavailable, I’m pretty sure that it’s E321 before E323.
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    FDNY Fire Activity - 2020

    There was a 2nd in Manhattan on 10/8 at box 0686.
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    11/1/20 Queens 10-75 Box 4995

    Very interesting rundown. Back in the 60’s and 70’s E317 & L165 were 3rd due and 2nd due respectively. It was their longest run on a first alarm assignment.
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