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February 2014 On-Duty Deaths in Detail

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Most died away from the scene than at the scene

January 2014
On-Duty Deaths in Detail

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Eight members of the fire service died while on duty

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.

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