PODCAST

May 31, 2019

S4, E42 An Epidemic Hiding In Plain Sight with Lt. Andrew Kane and Dr. Robert Friedman

The misuse of prescription opioids is one of the most significant public health issues in our country. According to health officials, providing access to effective care may prevent misuse and the consequences—such as overdose. So to better comprehend substance abuse, in this episode, we’ll be hearing […]
May 23, 2019

Central U.S. Slammed by Tornado Outbreak

May 16, 2019

Mosques, Churches continue to be Targets of Terrorism

May 9, 2019

Baltimore Government Targeted in Ransomware Attack

May 2, 2019

Multiple Shootings Occur across the Country

April 30, 2019

S4, E41 World Trade Center Construction and Design Features with Lt. John Amsterdam

Construction at the World Trade Center site showcases some of the most forward-thinking building and fire prevention features ever designed and implemented. In this episode, Lt. John Amsterdam of Ladder 10 talks about some of these features which are featured in two WNYF articles, 01/2017 “An […]
April 25, 2019

Coordinated Attacks on Easter Ravage Sri Lanka

April 18, 2019

Notre Dame Damaged in Massive Fire

April 11, 2019

Firefighters Injured in North Carolina Gas Explosion

April 4, 2019

Chemical Plant Explosion in Texas

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.
August 31, 2017

S2, E21 The Right Tools for the Job with FDNY Lieutenant Yonatan Klein

FDNY Lieutenant Klein discusses how the FDNY researches, develops and selects the best tools and equipment for members. Lieutenant Farooq Muhammad hosts.
July 25, 2017

S2, E20 Maximizing Resources During MCIs with FDNY Captain Charles Fraser

FDNY Captain Charles Fraser details how to maximize and expand your resources for a mass casualty incident. Lieutenant Farooq Muhammad hosts.
June 15, 2017

S2, E19 Air-Supported Structures with FDNY Lieutenant Rhine Discusses

FDNY Lieutenant Rhine sits down to discuss the intricacies of operating at emergencies in air-supported structures, an increasingly popular form of construction. Lieutenant Jon Paul Augier hosts.
May 26, 2017

S2, E18 Peer Support Groups with FDNY Captain Frank Leto

FDNY Captain Frank Leto describes how the FDNY Counseling Service Unit’s Peer Support Groups support all members with an array of services. Captain, and Executive Officer to the Fire Commissioner, Elizabeth Cascio hosts.
April 28, 2017

S2, E17 Terrorism and Intelligence with FDNY Captain Chris Ward

FDNY Captain Chris Ward discusses the role that intelligence plays for first responders, including how the FDNY keeps terrorism awareness on the front lines through its weekly intelligence product, Watchline. Captain Sean Newman, of the FDNY Center for Terrorism and Disaster Preparedness, hosts.
March 6, 2017

S2, E16 Recognizing Heart Disease with FDNY Chief Medical Officer Doctor Kerry Kelly and FDNY Attending Cardiologist Doctor Dianne Acuna

FDNY Chief Medical Officer Doctor Kerry Kelly and FDNY Attending Cardiologist Doctor Dianne Acuna discuss how to recognize heart disease as well as the effects that heart disease has had on the first responder community at large. Lieutenant Jon Paul Augier hosts.
February 28, 2017

S2, E15 “EMS Anthem” with FDNY Lieutenant Farooq Muhammad

FDNY Lieutenant Farooq Muhammad reaches over one million views for his video, “EMS Anthem,” and discusses what inspired him to create music about the job he describes as a calling. Captain, and Executive Officer to the Fire Commissioner, Elizabeth Cascio hosts.