Tag Archives: “line of duty death”

Brooklyn Black Sunday

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The fire, one which any of us could respond to, was located in the basement.

Culture Change Challenge: Why Have More Firefighters Died This Way Than in Vacant Buildings?

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When the devil is in the details you have to ask “is the greatest detail being overlooked?”

The Third 10*

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The second incident involving multiple fatalities for the year and one firefighter killed during a search.

The First 10

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The first ten deaths involved a collapse; rapid intervention deployment and a 62-year old cadet.

“You Can’t Handle the Truth”

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We as a service need to be able to handle the tough criticism that goes with working in a life and death environment.

Never Ask The Dead

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It lies in pride, a haughtiness that gushes over with phrases of “brotherhood”, RFB-KTF and t-shirt slogans in place of proven wisdom.

On Duty & Line of Duty:What Is the Difference?

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We must first understand the proper terminology related to firefighter fatalities and how this terminology affects the official annual tallies put forth by two national fire service organizations.

Video: Remembering DCFD Sergeant Carter

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Make it your ambition to never stop learning.

Human Behavior5 Years Later, We Can’t Shake It

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While we echo “remembering the fallen and their sacrifice,” we let them die in vain when we don’t challenge our own behavior to see if the same mistakes are lurking in the dark, waiting to be repeated in our fire.

2012, The First 10

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Here is a specific breakdown of these first ten fatalities.

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