Staff Chiefs

alycidon

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Up dating my list of staff chiefs, anybody have an up to date list.  Who is the Borough Commander of Brooklyn ?
Thanks you
 

alycidon

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After no replies  on here have tried to do my own list, up to June  2019

FDNY CAR NUMBERS


Car-1 (Fire Commiss Daniel A. Nigro)
Car-1A (Chief of Staff Elizabeth Cascio)
Car-1B (Executive Officer To The Fire Commissioner Mark Guerra)
Car-1C (Fire Commissioner Liaison)
Car-1D (Fire Commissioner Security Detail Robert Cashman)
Car-1E (Fire Commissioner Security Detail John McCarthy)
Car-2 (1st Deputy Commissioner Laura Kavanagh)
Car-2B (Deputy Commissioner For Support Services John Benanti)
Car-2C (Deputy Commissioner Public Information Francis Gribbon)
Car-2D (Deputy Commissioner Administration)
Car-2E (Deputy Commissioner For Technology Edward M. Dolan)
Car-2F (Chief Medical Officer DR. David Prezant MD)
Car-2G (Deputy Commissioner For Legal Affairs Terryl Brown)
Car-2H (Press Secretary F/F James F. Long)
Car-3 (Chief of Department John Sudnik)
Car-3A (Executive Officer To The Chief Of Department Capt. Thomas Coleman)
Car-4 (Chief of Fire Operations Thomas Richardson)
Car-4A (Assistant Chief of Operations AC John J Hodgens)
Car-4B (Chief Of Administration (Operation) DAC Daniel Donoghue)
Car-4C (Chief Of Operations Administration AC John Hodgens)
Car-4D (Chief Of Counter Terrorism & Emergency Preparedness DAC Thomas J. Curraro )
Car-4H (Deputy Assistant Chief Of Planning Frederick Villani)
Car-4R (Reserve Command Chief)
Car-5 (Chief Of EMS Lillian A Bonsignore)
Car-6 (Manhatten Borough Commander DAMichael Ajello)
Car-6A (Manhattan Deputy Borough Commander DAC Michael Gala Jr)

Car-7 (Brooklyn Borough Commander   DAC Wayne Cartwright)
Car-8 (Staten Island Borough Commander AC Richard Howe)
Car-9 (Queens Borough Commander AC Edward Baggott)
Car-10 (Bronx Borough Commander DAC Joseph Woznica)
Car-11 (Chief Of Special Operations Command DAC John Esposito)
Car-11A (Chief of Rescue Operations DC Joseph  Cunningham)
Car-11B (Chief of HazMat Operations DC Nicholas Delre)
Car-11C (Chief of Marine Operations BC Frank Simpson)
Car-11D (Chief of Weapons of Mass Destruction Preparedness BC Timothy Rice)
Car-11F (Chief of Foam Operations BC Steven Sanfilippo)
Car-12 (Chief of Safety Command AC Paul Cresci)
Car-12A (Executive Officer to the Chief of Safety Command DAC )
Car-12B (Safety Liaison BC Edward Walsh)
Car-13 (Chief of Fire Prevention DAC John J Buckheit)
Car-13A (Assistant Chief of Fire Prevention DAC
Car-13B (DAC )
Car-14 (Chief Fire Marshal Thomas Kane)
Car-14A (Assistant Chief Fire Marshal  Michael  Durkin)
Car-15 (Chief of Training AC Anthony W Dr Vita Jr)
Car-15A (Chief of Fire Academy Randall's Island DAC Brendan McSweeny)
Car-15B (Chief of Fire Academy Fort Totten DC Theodore Wienclaw)
Car-15C (Fire Academy R.I Executive Officer BC Thomas Robson)
Car-15E (Chief of Fire Academy Randall's Island
Car-16 (Chief of Dispatch Operations AC Stephen Raynis)
Car-16A (Assistant Commissioner Communications Gerard Neville)
Car-16B (Director Fire Communications Deirdre Evans)
Car-16C (Director Fire Alarm Dispatch Steven Magliardo)
Car-16D (Deputy Director Fire Alarm Dispatch Brian Kuntz)
Car-16E (Deputy Director Fire Alarm Dispatch Ann O'Brien)
Car-16G (OIC of the Field Comm Unit Kevin Trudden)
Car-16J (Chief Dispatcher for tech services & Accreditation Nicholas Lamberti)
Car-16K (Brooklyn Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Joseph Perrone)
Car-16M (Manhattan Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Richard Pressler)
Car-16P (PSAC Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher James Martin)
Car-16Q (Queens Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Juan Gonzalez)
Car-16S (Staten Island Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Patricia Wright)
Car-16T (Training Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Richard Farino)
Car-16X (Bronx Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Jeffrey Feinsilver)
Car-17 (Chief of Personnel Fire B.C Michael Massucci)
Car-17A (Bureau Of Personnel B.C William Hartman)
Car-17B (Fire Liaison to NYPD Capt Brian Curran)
Car-22 (Assistant Commissioner Fleet Service Mark Aronberg)
Car-22A (Executive Director Andy Diamond)
Car-22B (Fleet Director Louie Morbelli)
Car-22C (Fleet Director  Timonthy Ramos)
Car-22D (Deputy Fleet Director Hugh Mcallister)
Car-22E (Deputy Fleet Director  Rick Vella)
Car-22F (Supervisor Mechanics Stephen Marshall)
C?u
 

Signal73

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Car-4F (DAC Of Operations Wayne Cartwright)
Car-4G (DAC Of Communications)
Car-12 (Chief Of Safety & Inspectional Services Command Michael Meyers)
 

68jk09

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http://www.nyc.gov/html/fdny/insider/resources/do/2019/087_sup_73_2019_eoe.pdf
 

68jk09

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Car 2C Gribbon out.....Car 11B  Delre out..... http://www.nyc.gov/html/fdny/insider/resources/do/2019/090_sup_77_2019_eoe.pdf
 

manlt

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This is not something that is even published for guys working!  Thanks for the effort, but some errors:

3A: TC retired
4A & 4C are the same person.  Go with him being 4A
No car 6A anymore.  Galla reassigned to HQ would be a 4 car
Car 11F retired, don't have replacements name
Brooklyn Borough Commander is Joseph Ferranti, SI is Kevin Woods, Bronx Christopher Boyle
 

alycidon

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Thanks amended list

FDNY CAR NUMBERS


Car-1 (Fire Commiss Daniel A. Nigro)
Car-1A (Chief of Staff Elizabeth Cascio)
Car-1B (Executive Officer To The Fire Commissioner Mark Guerra)
Car-1C (Fire Commissioner Liaison)
Car-1D (Fire Commissioner Security Detail Robert Cashman)
Car-1E (Fire Commissioner Security Detail John McCarthy)
Car-2 (1st Deputy Commissioner Laura Kavanagh)
Car-2B (Deputy Commissioner For Support Services John Benanti)
Car-2C (Deputy Commissioner Public Information )
Car-2D (Deputy Commissioner Administration)
Car-2E (Deputy Commissioner For Technology Edward M. Dolan)
Car-2F (Chief Medical Officer DR. David Prezant MD)
Car-2G (Deputy Commissioner For Legal Affairs Terryl Brown)
Car-2H (Press Secretary F/F James F. Long)
Car-3 (Chief of Department John Sudnik)
Car-3A (Executive Officer To The Chief Of Department Capt. Thomas Coleman)
Car-4 (Chief of Fire Operations Thomas Richardson)
Car-4A (Assistant Chief of Operations AC)
Car-4B (Chief Of Administration (Operation) DAC Daniel Donoghue)
Car-4C (Chief Of Operations Administration )
Car-4D (Chief Of Counter Terrorism & Emergency Preparedness DAC Thomas J. Curraro )
Car-4F DAC of Operations Wayne Cartwright
Car-4G (Chief of Operations
Car-4H (Deputy Assistant Chief Of Planning Frederick Villani)
Car-4R (Reserve Command Chief)
Car-5 (Chief Of EMS Lillian A Bonsignore)
Car-6 (Manhatten Borough Commander DAC Michael Ajello)


Car-7 (Brooklyn Borough Commander   DAC Joseph Ferranti)
Car-8 (Staten Island Borough Commander AC Kevin Woods)
Car-9 (Queens Borough Commander DAC Fred Schaaf)
Car-10 (Bronx Borough Commander DAC Christopher Boyle)
Car-11 (Chief Of Special Operations Command DAC John Esposito)
Car-11A (Chief of Rescue Operations DC Joseph  Cunningham)
Car-11B (Chief of HazMat Operationsii)
Car-11C (Chief of Marine Operations BC Frank Simpson)
Car-11D (Chief of Weapons of Mass Destruction Preparedness BC Timothy Rice)
Car-11F (Chief of Foam Operations)
Car-12 (Chief of Safety Command AC Michael Myers)
Car-12A (Executive Officer to the Chief of Safety Command DAC )
Car-12B (Safety Liaison BC Edward Walsh)
Car-13 (Chief of Fire Prevention AC Joseph Jardin)
Car-13A (Assistant Chief of Fire Prevention DAC
Car-13B (DAC )
Car-14 (Chief Fire Marshal Thomas Kane)
Car-14A (Assistant Chief Fire Marshal  Michael  Durkin)
Car-15 (Chief of Training AC Anthony W Dr Vita Jr)
Car-15A (Chief of Fire Academy Randall's Island DAC Brendan McSweeny)
Car-15B (Chief of Fire Academy Fort Totten DC Theodore Wienclaw)
Car-15C (Fire Academy R.I Executive Officer BC Thomas Robson)
Car-15E (Chief of Fire Academy Randall's Island
Car-16 (Chief of Dispatch Operations AC Stephen Raynis)
Car-16A (Assistant Commissioner Communications Gerard Neville)
Car-16B (Director Fire Communications Deirdre Evans)
Car-16C (Director Fire Alarm Dispatch Steven Magliardo)
Car-16D (Deputy Director Fire Alarm Dispatch Brian Kuntz)
Car-16E (Deputy Director Fire Alarm Dispatch Ann O'Brien)
Car-16G (OIC of the Field Comm Unit Kevin Trudden)
Car-16J (Chief Dispatcher for tech services & Accreditation Nicholas Lamberti)
Car-16K (Brooklyn Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Joseph Perrone)
Car-16M (Manhattan Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Richard Pressler)
Car-16P (PSAC Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher James Martin)
Car-16Q (Queens Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Juan Gonzalez)
Car-16S (Staten Island Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Patricia Wright)
Car-16T (Training Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Richard Farino)
Car-16X (Bronx Chief Fire Alarm Dispatcher Jeffrey Feinsilver)
Car-17 (Chief of Personnel Fire B.C Michael Massucci)
Car-17A (Bureau Of Personnel B.C William Hartman)
Car-17B (Fire Liaison to NYPD Capt Brian Curran)
Car-22 (Assistant Commissioner Fleet Service Mark Aronberg)
Car-22A (Executive Director Andy Diamond)
Car-22B (Fleet Director Louie Morbelli)
Car-22C (Fleet Director  Timonthy Ramos)
Car-22D (Deputy Fleet Director Hugh Mcallister)
Car-22E (Deputy Fleet Director  Rick Vella)
Car-22F (Supervisor Mechanics Stephen Marshall)
C?u
 

raybrag

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Thanks, alycidon.  It's nice to get an updated list since the Fire Bell Club doesn't seem to have one any more, and the others I've seen are incomplete and badly out of date.  ;)
 

manlt

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I posted some bad info.
4A is John Hodges,
4C was James Hodges, who retired on yesterday's orders.
Sorry.
 

SFT-NY

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At what point are staff chiefs called, above a division, to an incident? And do they rotate being on-duty/call?
 

Derekbgs08

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At what point are staff chiefs called, above a division, to an incident? And do they rotate being on-duty/call?
It is my understanding that staff chiefs are for the most part self assigned at their discretion, there are a host of factors that may initiate the response of staff chiefs. They TYPICALLY respond on multiple alarms fires as early as significant 2nd alarms or other significant fires/incidents based on safety, rapid escalation, duration, intensity/scale ,casualties, damage, etc..... . I think 3rd or 4th alarm requires the borough commander or city wide tour commander if not already assigned. Staff chiefs rotate as the the daily on duty city wide tour commander. Any major event you are bound to see multiple staff chiefs respond.
 

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Does anyone have an updates list of the Cars and who is assigned to them?
 

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Chief of Department is on continuous duty from 0900 Monday morning to 1700 hours Friday evening. There are ( or were when I was on the staff) 3 four star chiefs (Chief of Operations, Chief of Fire Prevention and Chief of Support Services) and 1 three star chief (The Assistant Chief of Operations) who would rotate as Acting Chief of Department from 1700 Friday to 0900 Monday. Have the duty one weekend and then off the next three. If I remember right (been 30 years) the COD had mandatory response to 4 alarms fires, death of member, as directed by the Fire Commissioner and any incident that may reflect negatively on the department. Of course the COD could respond to any incident large of small as he felt like it. I had this acting COD duty for over a year as Assistant Chief of Operations and then as Chief of Fire Prevention.

Borough Chiefs had mandatory response, in their borough, to 10-76 fires, death of member, 3 or more 10-45's, 3 alarm incidents, possible negative incidents and as directed by Chief of Operations, COD and/or Fire Commissioner. As Deputy Borough Commander Manhattan and later as Borough Commander Manhattan with at times 3 staff chiefs working the tour in the Borough we would respond as directed by the Borough Commander. The only times I can remember more than one of the Manhattan staff chief responding was two fires in the Empire State Building, one 2nd alarm and one went to a 4th.

I was on the staff from 1984 to 1991. Probably much of what I have typed above is no longer the practice. I enjoyed the staff as I got to work with the best man I ever worked with Matty Farrell who was the Manhattan Borough Commander when I was Deputy Borough Commander and whose place I took when he retired in 1989.
 
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