Tag Archives: FDNY
There are no adequate words to describe the events in Orlando. As I was packing up some books today, I came accross a “coffee table book” called Brotherhood, which is about the FDNY after 9/11. The picture below is taken … Continue reading
Last week, I sent a little surprise back to Licking County with the Laymans. I knew that Pat would appreciate the 1/32″ scale model of FDNY Ladder 10, also known as “Ten Truck” and since I had two….. It was a … Continue reading
Honoring the legacy and memory of Captain Patrick “Paddy” Brown, FDNY, who died at Box 5-5-8087, the World Trade Center, September 11, 2001. Biography of Patrick Brown An article of mine from a few years ago with some great links … Continue reading
A good decision by the FDNY Black Sunday Survivor Added to Wall of Honor The story started here: A Father’s Plea The FDNY has historically been slow to deal with these types issues, as illustrated here.
One of the fun aspects of being a blogger (and I use that term loosely) is that readers often send e-mails about posts, as opposed to commenting on the blog. It is safe to estimate that the number of private, … Continue reading
I received a note this morning from a friend who is seeking my help as she continues her work to assist the members of the New York City Fire Department impacted from the attacks of 9/11, (FDNY). I have became … Continue reading