Fire fighters from Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Mich., participate in an aircraft crash drill during a live-fire response exercise at the Combat Readiness Training Center in Alpena, Mich., July 21, 2010. (DoD photo by Master Sgt. Terry Atwell, U.S. Air Force/Released) via: U.S. Department of Defense Current Photos
Aaron Weisenberger, front, with the 436th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department, leads a two-person fire attack crew during fire training at Dover Air Force Base, Del., Nov. 4., 2013. (DoD photo by Roland Balik, U.S. Air Force/Released) via: U.S. Department of Defense Current Photos
U.S. Air Force fire protection specialists with the 177th Fighter Wing, New Jersey Air National Guard battle a controlled aircraft fire during a training exercise at Military Sealift Command Training Center East in Freehold, N.J., Dec. 5, 2013. (DoD photo by Tech. Sgt. Matt Hecht, U.S. Air National Guard/Released) via: U.S. Department of Defense Current Photos
By: Paul Sableman - CC BY 2.0 The beautiful old firehouse on the TV series Third Watch is the real-life home of FDNY Engine 258/Ladder 115, an active firehouse on 47th Avenue in Long Island City, Queens. Many of the Third Watch extras were active FDNY firefighters.
By: AF GlobalStrike - CC BY 2.0 2nd Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters, respond to a B-52H Stratofortress simulated fire training exercise at Barksdale Air Force Base, La., Feb. 26, 2014. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jonathan Snyder/RELEASED)
By: Randy Heinitz - CC BY 2.0 Station 1 (441) 277 N. Indian Canyon Primary Response Area: the area West of Sunrise Way bordered to the South at Mesquite to the North at Vista Chino and to the West at Mt. San Jacinto.
Monaghan Town Station - Monaghan HQ. Monaghan Fire Authority covers a broad range of functions ranging from Fire & Rescue service to Fire Prevention and Building Control. Monaghan Fire Authority is responsible for: Fire fighting and rescue services Community fire safety Technical fire prevention services Major emergency planning Building Control Civil Defence Overall Management and Administration of the Service, Fire Prevention and certain Building Control functions are carried out by Fire Officers and Administrative staff. The aim of our service is; To prevent the occurrence of fire, to protect life and property throughout the county. To promote safer communities by preventing accidents and emergencies from happening as well as protecting people and the environment from danger. To have all buildings designed and constructed in such a manner that they provide an easily accessible, energy efficient and safe haven for all people who use them
CFD is the largest fire department in the midwest, and one of the nation's largest departments throughout the United States. It's also one of the oldest major organized fire departments, established before 1833. By: Arvell Dorsey - CC BY 2.0
Clintonville, Wis. (February 7, 2014) – At the time New York City was recovering from the aftermath of the tragedy at the World Trade Center, Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC (Seagrave), its employees and suppliers, along with support from the community donated a 1000 GPM pumper to the citizens of New York. The fire apparatus was decorated with a mural, donated by the men and women of Seagrave, to serve as a tribute to the fallen firefighters of 9-11-2001. The mural features an eagle and the words Never Forget against a backdrop of an American flag. Squad Company 61, in the Bronx, was home for the rig. It responded to more than 40,000 alarms, special events and countless daily routines and duties during the past ten years. Each time, it safely returned its members to the firehouse. It is not uncommon for citizens and tourists to knock on the firehouse door and ask if the rig could be pulled out so they could see in person what they had only seen in photos or on the internet. “It is w
By: Massachusetts Dept. of Environmental Protection - CC BY 2.0 Fall River - Rt 24 NB @ Exit 5 - Gasoline tanker 1/27/2014 – 08:38 UPDATE MassDEP Southeast Regional Office Emergency Response (SERO-ER) is currently on scene at a gasoline tanker accident/fire. The area of the accident is within a Surface Water Supply Protection Zone (North Watuppa Pond). The areas of the accident contains wetland areas, potential vernal pools, and a stream (Terry Brook). It is unknown at this time if there is fuel impact to Terry Brook or North Watuppa Pond. SERO-ER has engaged our on-call cleanup contractor as a backup
By: Kentucky National Guard Public Affairs Office - CC BY 2.0 Staff Sgt. Thomas Moses and Staff Sgt. Jason Scharf identified the two carbon monoxide poisoning victims today during wellness checks conducted in conjunction with Darren Voyles, a firefighter with the Hardinsburg City Fire Department. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Dennis Flora / KyANG)