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Latest Blog Post

December 14, 2017

Suicide Bombing Attempt Foiled in NYC

During rush hour on Monday, December 11, 2017, an ISIS adherent tried to trigger his crudely-built improvised explosive device (IED) hidden under his clothing. The IED partially detonated, but did not explode in the busy pedestrian tunnel between the Port Authority Bus Terminal and Times Square […]

Latest Podcast Episodes

November 16, 2017

S2, E24 Evolution of HazMat with Battalion Chief Robert Ingram and Firefighter Joseph Iovino

FDNY Battalion Chief Robert Ingram and Firefighter Joseph Iovino, both founding members of HazMat Company 1, discuss their unit’s origins, specialized training and protocol, and role in modern day disaster response. They examine major incidents they’ve personally been involved in, and discuss what it takes to be […]
October 25, 2017

S2, E23 Leading the Invisible with Deputy Assistant Chief Lillian Bonsignore

FDNY Deputy Assistant Chief Lillian Bonsignore discusses the qualities of a successful leader, recognizing that rank doesn’t necessarily translate to success in leadership. Guidelines and protocols are in place to guide us, but it’s important to be able to adapt and overcome difficulties in dynamic situations. […]
September 22, 2017

S2, E22 The Chelsea Bombing: One Year Later with Chief Joseph D. Liselli

FDNY Chief Joseph D. Liselli recounts response measures and operations during the 2016 Chelsea bombing. Lieutenant Jon Paul Augier hosts. S2, E22 The Chelsea Bombing: One Year Later w Chief Joseph D. Liselli

Latest Photo Series

October 26, 2017

The Day After Sandy in Southeast Queens

In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, EMT Odelmo Paltooram captured scenes of utter devastation in FDNY EMS Division 4 which includes the neighborhoods of Breezy Point, Rockaway Park, Arverne and Far Rockaway, some of the most impacted communities in the region.