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alycidon

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Car 4 is the Chief of Operations. Any 4 car with a letter is in the Chief
Car 4 is the Chief of Operations. Any 4 car with a letter is in the Chief of Ops Staff
Taken from this group nycfirenet list

4 – Chief of Operations

4A – Asst Chief Operations

4C – Asst Chief Logistics

4D – Asst Chief Cntr Terrorism

4G – Dep Asst Chief Admin

4H – Dep Asst Chief Planning/Strategy

4P – EMS Division Chief Planning/Strategy

4R – Reserve Command Chief
 

alycidon

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4 – Chief of Operations

4A – Asst Chief Operations

4C – Asst Chief Logistics

4D – Asst Chief Cntr Terrorism

4G – Dep Asst Chief Admin

4H – Dep Asst Chief Planning/Strategy

4P – EMS Division Chief Planning/Strategy

4R – Reserve Command Chief
I will leave it there don't want to get told off again
 

Signal73

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From a list provided by the FDNY dated November of last year It’s not being “told off” as i know you specialty is Car list and to make sure you have the correct info i just going off a list from the FDNY not a home list or off any other site B1FA6EC2-1AEA-4575-A203-459324E9670F.jpeg
 

alycidon

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Thanks Signal could add some names but will stay quiet. Can you tell NYCFire.net their list is way out
 

Signal73

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Thanks Signal could add some names but will stay quiet. Can you tell NYCFire.net their list is way out
If you look in the frequently asked questions section. Maybe page 10? If not 11 or 12 or even 9 I’m not sure. I posted an updated list
 

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