PODCAST

September 5, 2019

Dorian Decimates Bahamas; Skirting Carolinas as a Category 3

August 30, 2019

S4, E45 Remembering 9/11 with FDNY Chief of EMS Lillian Bonsignore

Lillian Bonsignore currently serves as the highest ranking officer in FDNY EMS. On 9/11, Chief Bonsignore didn’t hold an official leadership role, but she responded to the World Trade Center hoping to save lives. Having arrived after the first tower fell, Chief Bonsignore quickly realized that […]
August 29, 2019

Hurricane Dorian Tears Through Caribbean, Headed to Florida

August 22, 2019

Destructive Force of Fire on Display

August 15, 2019

Police Officers Shot in Philadelphia, Gunman Surrenders after Barricade

August 8, 2019

Deadly El Paso Walmart Mass Shooting

August 1, 2019

57 Dead in Rio Prison Riot

July 31, 2019

S4, E44 Operations at Cellar Fires with FDNY Lieutenant Tim Klett

With limited access, egress and ventilation fighting cellar fires is one of the most challenging scenarios firefighters face. Not knowing what you might encounter behind the cellar door makes the advance down the cellar steps difficult and dangerous. FDNY Engine Officer, Lt. Tim Klett of Engine […]
July 25, 2019

Variety of Bombs Kill in Afghanistan

July 18, 2019

Blackout Darkens West Side of Manhattan

January 31, 2019

S4, E38 The Benefits of Teaming up with FDNY Firefighters and Athletes David Guilford and Michael Reno

December 19, 2018

S3, E37 Pipeline to an FDNY Career with FDNY Assistant Commissioner Michele Maglione and EMT Denzel Adonis

November 29, 2018

S3, E36 FDNY Apparatus Positioning with Battalion Chief Christopher Eysser and Lieutenant Ray McCormack

Frequent drilling and communication prior to arrival at a fire is critical to proper apparatus positioning. Veteran FDNY members, Battalion Chief Christopher Eysser and Lt. Ray McCormack discuss efficient and effective placement techniques of the FDNY’s fleet that can elevate performance on the fireground and even […]
October 25, 2018

S3, E35 Double Jeopardy at a Bronx Fire with FDNY Lt. Michael Ciampo

During the early morning hours on September 17, 2016, Bronx Box 2759 was transmitted for a commercial occupancy fire. While entering the occupancy and on their initial size-up, no units had encountered any signage for steel plating and were surprised to find it both on the […]
September 28, 2018

S3, E34 Points of Reflection with FDNY Chief of EMS James Booth

Chief James Booth is a 35-year veteran of the FDNY with experience responding to some of the most significant natural and manmade disasters to occur during his career. Chief Booth responded to the bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993 and the terrorist attacks on September 11th. He […]
August 28, 2018

S3, E33 Recalling Waldbaum’s, 1978 with FDNY Captain Howard Venetsky (Ret.)

On August 2, 1978, twelve FDNY Firefighters plunged into a burning Waldbaum’s Supermarket when the bowstring truss roof collapsed at the center of the store. Six of the Firefighters made the Supreme Sacrifice. In this episode, retired FDNY Captain Howard Venetsky, who was working in Rescue […]
July 30, 2018

S3, E32 Routine Chemical Exposures in the EMS Workplace with FDNY Lt. Robert Carlo

Pre-hospital care providers face many potential job hazards, including exposure to and handling of hazardous chemical substances. In this episode, FDNY EMS Lieutenant Robert Carlo discusses the types of chemical exposures Department Emergency Medical Services members are exposed to, how to identify the symptoms of a […]
June 28, 2018

S3, E31 FDNY EMS Museum 2.0 with Chief James “JP” Martin and Captain Jack Quigley

Nearly 26 years ago, the first NYC EMS Museum opened. In 2013, it was closed to make way for some much needed construction. The NYC EMS Museum, located on the grounds of Fort Totten in Bayside, reopened in May 2018 to display how the FDNY’s EMS […]