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September 14, 2017

Irma Puts Disaster Preparedness Cycle to the Test

September 12, 2017

The Value of “Plan B” at the Nomad Six-Alarm Fire

September 7, 2017

Irma Tears through Leeward Islands, Headed to Florida

August 31, 2017

Harvey Aftermath: Rescue Operations

August 31, 2017

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

August 24, 2017

Rotterdam Concert Cancelled, Terror Averted

August 17, 2017

Pedestrians Killed in Terrorist Vehicle Ramming on Busy Barcelona Promenade

August 10, 2017

Early-Morning IED Shakes Worshipers at Minnesota Mosque

August 8, 2017

From the Editor’s Desk, 2nd/2017 WNYF

Hope you are enjoying the 2nd/2017 issue of WNYF. I’ve been fortunate to keep my string going of introducing a brand-new author for each issue. This second issue for 2017 features three new writers: Battalion Chief Thomas Lapolla and Lieutenant John V. Kazan, who write about […]
August 8, 2017

From the Editor’s Desk, 2nd/2017 Pro EMS

The 2nd/2017 issue of Pro EMS offers columns and feature articles that take up where we left off with the first issue of the year. It is chock-full of interesting and enlightening material, with a bonus special section by FDNY Press Secretary Frank Dwyer that provides […]
April 5, 2018

“Nightmare” Scenario for Healthcare

March 29, 2018

Suspicious Packages Sent to Capital Region

March 28, 2018

S3, E28 Train Brave with FDNY Rescue Paramedics Silvana Uzcategui and Krista O’Dea

In 2017, for the first time ever at the FDNY Academy, the majority of Rescue Paramedic trainees were women. Rescue Paramedics bring advanced pre-hospital care to any civilian or member of service in a precarious position while extrication procedures take place. Members selected for this program […]
March 22, 2018

Bomber’s Reign Ends Abruptly

March 15, 2018

Lengthy Commutes Take a Toll

March 8, 2018

Second Nor’easter in a Week Wallops East Coast

March 1, 2018

25 Years Since World Trade Center Bombing

February 28, 2018

S3, E27 Inside the FDNY Fitness Unit with Captain Thomas Tanzosh

Given the rigorous demands of first responders’ jobs and increased risk for cardiac events, finding a fitness routine that works is critical. In this episode, the head of the FDNY Fitness Unit, Captain Thomas Tanzosh, gives listeners an inside look at how the FDNY trains its […]