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FDNY Pro

FDNY Foundation

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The FDNY Pro podcast brings together professionals and experts in the field of Fire and EMS, offering their firsthand knowledge and experience. Hear from the pros as they discuss what they’ve learned on the front lines.
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Throwback FDNY

New York City Fire Museum

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The New York City Fire Museum's Throwback FDNY podcast is here to help present the extraordinary history and unique heritage of the fire department in the five boroughs. Each episode, we’ll turn a spotlight on three specific years and share a story from each that we hope brings the Fire Department’s past to life, a must for FDNY history buffs of all ages! This initiative is brought to you with help from the FDNY and the FDNY Foundation.
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From the FDNY Fire Zone in New York City, the FDNY, FDNY Foundation and its Partners, introduce the FDNY Smart Podcast for Kids! The show brings together FDNY members, fire and life safety educators, New York City students, and more to empower all who listen with lifesaving information on a wide array of topics.
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Real talk with the gang ..... Good wholesome conversation... the stuff you think we saying it from Friends to family to co-workers we chopping it up from every angle 💪💯 @fdn_bigdawgdread on IG Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fdnfdbrealspill/support
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Cardiac arrest calls can be one of the most intense call-types emergency medical services members respond to. Often times they are emotionally heightened and require hyper-focus when performing skills and administering medications. FDNY paramedics Jonathan Morel and Maggie Studsrud discuss, with host Captain Randy Li, their two successful cardiac a…
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Throwback FDNY to 1856 when the tallest building in the country is destroyed by fire, to 1920, when the FDNY Honor Emergency Fund was founded, and to 1939, when a new apparatus was introduced at Laguardia Airport.Af New York City Fire Museum
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The New York City subway system is the oldest, longest and most utilized public transportation system in the nation, with 472 stations in operation and more than 2 billion riders in 2023. With these massive numbers come numerous responses for the FDNY throughout the system. Most incidents are minor in nature and handled without removing power to th…
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We are marking the FDNY Pro Podcast’s 100th episode, which debuted in April of 2016, by visiting with the guest and host from that inaugural episode. Battalion Chief Brian Mulry and Captain Randy Li welcome back Dr. Dario Gonzalez, FDNY Office of Medical Affairs, and retired Chief of Staff Elizabeth Cascio. Our FDNY Pro Podcast Producer Kristin Eng…
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Throwback FDNY to 1882 when Miss Ida Small is saved in a dramatic rescue, to the 1958 launch of the first fireboat named for a woman, and to 1980, when Christine Godek becomes the first female Deputy Commissioner of the FDNY.Af New York City Fire Museum
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We’re coming to you from Ghostbusters’ headquarters, Hook and Ladder Company 8 in Manhattan. Built in 1903, the firehouse was made famous by the beloved films. Though, here at FDNY, when someone asks, ‘Who you gonna call?’ Our answer is always, ‘9-1-1 in a real emergency!’ Chloe talks to Deputy Assistant Chief Denise Werner from Emergency Medical D…
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY… In 1863, the Colored Orphan’s Asylum is burned during the Civil War Riots in New York. Beginning in 1898, African-Americans blaze new trails in the Department. And, in 1966, Augustus Beekman becomes the first Black firefighter to attain the rank of Assistant Chief.Af New York City Fire Museum
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Wind conditions can override the effects of some or all of the other variables that define traditional fire behavior, which can make for challenging conditions for firefighters. In this episode, we discuss fighting wind impacted fires on non-fireproof and low-rise structures with Deputy Chief George Healy. Captain John Ceriello hosts.…
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We're kicking off 2024 by sitting down with FDNY Commissioner Laura Kavanagh to discuss a wide range of topics facing the Department including the ongoing lithium-ion battery crisis and how the FDNY is helping combat it on a national, state and local level, the upcoming strategic plan and more. Battalion Chief Brian Mulry hosts.…
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY… in 1898, the Greater City of New York is consolidated. In 1907, the FDNY Marine Division is formed. And in 1938, Doctor Ernest Stillman is sworn in as an honorary Medical Officer.Af New York City Fire Museum
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We revisit conversations from our latest season of the FDNY Pro Podcast with host, FDNY Deputy Chief Michael Barvels. As we reflect on the stories and lessons of 2023, our eighth season of the podcast, we want to thank all the members who contributed with their professionalism, skill and experience. We remain committed to offering resources to our …
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY…in 1870, the FDNY unveils its Museum. In 1910, Rhinelander Waldo becomes Fire Commissioner. And in 1911, a devastating fire destroys Dreamland Park in Coney Island.Af New York City Fire Museum
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Do you know what to do if there’s a fire or emergency in your home? In this episode, we are giving you important FDNY Smart tips on escape planning. That’s a plan that could save your life in an emergency. In a smoky or chaotic atmosphere, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and confused. By planning and practicing an escape plan with your loved ones, …
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A trench is considered a temporary excavation where both the length of the floor and the depth of the trench exceeds the width of the floor. Construction and underground utility service and repair are a few of the reasons trenches are dug. The large amount of underground infrastructure and construction happening in New York City increases the likel…
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY… in1868 a fire engine explodes at a fire on the Bowery. In 1883, the School of Instruction is opened. And in 1991, William Feehan becomes, “The Chief.”Af New York City Fire Museum
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Manhattan FDNY companies were dispatched to a high-rise building under construction with reports of a crane on fire. The construction crane was positioned about five stories above the 45-story building when the engine caught fire. Upon arrival, the crane’s boom, which had 16 tons of concrete attached fell, striking another high-rise building before…
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY…in 1924, the FDNY is presented with its official flag. In 1927, a spectacular fire at the Sherry Netherland Hotel lights up the night sky. And in 1942, Sidney Klein becomes a New York City firefighter.Af New York City Fire Museum
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We’re coming to you from the FDNY Smokehouse! Also known as the Mobile Fire Safety Experience truck. It’s a roving teaching tool equipped with fake smoke and a darkened hallway simulator, that helps us drive home our fire safety lessons. One lesson that is so important to remember is closing the door when escaping a fire and closing your bedroom do…
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY… In 1922, the Department gets its first official photographer. In 1939, the Fire Bell Club of New York is organized. And in 1975, a bomb explodes next to the historic Fraunces Tavern.Af New York City Fire Museum
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An FDNY Chaplain since 1996, Monsignor John Delendick has comforted, advised, and ministered to the Department’s members and families for nearly three decades. On September 11, 2001, he responded to the terrorist attacks and served as a pathfinder to safety, first aid and ambulances, while providing counsel to the desperate who were losing hope. Du…
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We’re coming to you from an FDNY Summer Block Party! In this special summer episode, we are re-visiting a past conversation we had about three simple numbers that can possibly save a life: 9-1-1! Our guest is Ann O’Brien, Deputy Director of Fire Dispatch Operations, who reminds us that it is important to call 9-1-1 as soon as there’s an emergency b…
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Members of Ladder Company 108 carried out multiple rescues amongst challenging conditions and heavy clutter at a Brooklyn fire. In this episode, Lieutenant Chris Walter and Firefighters Roger Buck and Joseph Andres discuss the 2022 operation with host Battalion Chief Brian Mulry. For their heroic actions, the company received a unit citation, and t…
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All summer long the FDNY Smart Podcast for Kids! is coming to you from an FDNY Summer Block Party! This month, Chloe reminds everyone about the importance of safely using lithium-ion batteries and revisits her conversation with Lieutenant John Cassidy from Hazmat Company 1. They talk rechargeable, or Lithium-ion batteries – the ones that power your…
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Two people plummeted five stories down an elevator shaft at the Bronx Terminal Market. Lieutenant Shlomo Winkler, then a Rescue Paramedic, and Paramedic Watkins, together with numerous on-scene units, worked to treat and free the patient trapped beneath the elevator car in a December 2022 operation. Winkler and Watkins discuss their processes, chal…
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Some of the most difficult fires FDNY members face are wind impacted fires. It's been more than two decades since the Department began studying the impact of wind in high rise building fires which ultimately led to current protocols, procedures, and equipment developed to help fight these fires and are now part of FDNY standard operating procedures…
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY… In 2023, some of the New York City Fire Museum's biggest supporters gathered at the 3rd annual golf outing and fundraiser at the Muttontown Club in East Norwich, N.Y., to aid the Museum's mission to preserve, celebrate, and educate. The event honored FDNY Chief of Department John J. Hodgens and Matt Duthie, the Se…
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Did you know that the first few minutes after a person goes into cardiac arrest are the most critical? That’s why it’s so important to learn the skill of hands-only CPR and feel confident using an automated external defibrillator (or AED). You can help save a life! In this episode, we discuss these basic skills and how they can give people a second…
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During the midst of the COVID pandemic outbreak in New York City, Tracy Harris began having severe abdominal pain that prompted her to call 9-1-1 for help. Just prior to EMS arrival, she realized that she was in full active labor (23 weeks pregnant at the time) and her pre-term baby girl had just unexpectedly delivered while she laid on the floor. …
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY, host Gary Urbanowicz welcomes back to the show retired FDNY Division Chief and EMS historian James Martin as his co-host to discuss the introduction of the pulmotor resuscitators in 1914, and how resuscitation equipment and techniques have changed over the years. This conversation helps us mark 2023 National EMS W…
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FDNY units saved multiple residents from a three-alarm fire in a Manhattan high-rise. The explosive fire, which was ignited by an e-bike’s lithium-ion battery, blocked the first arriving units’ entry into the fire apartment. Multiple firefighters were lowered simultaneously to rescue residents trapped at the window, overcoming obstacles that challe…
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Did you know you the FDNY offers Youth Programs for those interested in learning more about a career with the FDNY? In this episode we talk to EMT Ramla Evans, program manager for the FDNY Exploring Program. The program allows youths in New York City to learn new skills and gain experience with the greatest fire department in the world!…
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY… In 1798, the Fire Department of the City of New York is formed by an act of the State legislature. In 1857, Harry Howard is named Chief Engineer of the fire department. And in 1964 a fire strikes in the subway tunnel of the Times Square shuttle.Af New York City Fire Museum
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It’s so important to call 9-1-1 as soon as there’s an emergency because the situation can get worse—quickly! Calling 9-1-1 is easy, but do you know what to say once you call for help? Or how dispatchers handle emergency calls? In this episode, we’ll teach you all about this lifesaving topic so you can be FDNYSmart when calling 9-1-1!…
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY... In 1899, a deadly fire at the Windsor Hotel disrupts the St. Patrick’s Day parade; In 1902, the first female ambulance surgeon takes the reins; And in 2003, for the first time, a woman is promoted to the rank of Battalion Chief in the FDNY.Af New York City Fire Museum
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Two trailblazing women of the FDNY, Battalion Chief Rochelle “Rocky” Jones (Retired) and Battalion Chief Michele Fitzsimmons discuss their successful careers with the Department. Chief Fitzsimmons joined the Department in 2001, and currently is the highest-ranking woman firefighter in the FDNY. Chief Jones entered the Department back in 1982, with …
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY…in 1741 a series of fires raise panic in the small colony of New York. In 1863, the Colored Orphan’s Asylum is burned during the Civil War Riots in New York. And an 1885 book tells us about some Black members of the FDNY.Af New York City Fire Museum
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Kristina Moon's husband, Firefighter William P. Moon II, or Billy as everyone called him, suffered a fatal injury while preparing for a training drill at his Brooklyn firehouse in December of 2022. Days later when it became clear that the 21-veteran of the Department would not survive his injuries, Billy’s family carried out his wishes to donate hi…
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Happy New Year! Did you know that if there’s a fire in your home. Closing the Door helps keep smoke and fire from spreading? That’s right, closing doors can keep hallways, stairwells and exits clear so everyone remains safe. In this episode, we talk “doors,” closing them when you doze and when escaping a fire.…
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY...in 1865, the Maltese cross is introduced as a symbol of the fire department. In 1948, Peter Loftus is appointed Chief of Department. And in 1967, a gas leak causes a 13-alarm fire in Queens.Af New York City Fire Museum
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History was made as New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced the appointment, and swore in, Laura Kavanagh as Commissioner of the New York City Fire Department. Commissioner Kavanagh is the 34th commissioner to lead the Department—and the first woman. In her role, she oversees the nation’s largest fire department, including the agency’s 17 thousand…
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In this episode of Throwback FDNY… a fire in 1835 destroys nearly 700 buildings in New York City. In 1873, the FDNY organizes what might be their most unusual unit. And, in 1938, Clarence Eldridge Meek is sworn in as an Honorary Captain and Librarian of the FDNY.Af New York City Fire Museum
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We revisit conversations from our latest season of the FDNY Pro Podcast with host, FDNY Deputy Chief Michael Barvels. In our 2022 seventh season, pride and professionalism remains ever-present in FDNY training and operations, and is reflected in the stories and lessons shared here on our podcast. We thank all the members who contributed this season…
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Season’s Greetings! The holidays are a wonderful—and busy—time of year. We’re sharing tips on how to have a #FDNYSmart holiday season with your family and friends, so you can enjoy all the festivities safely. In this episode, our hosts, Chloe and Danny, go head-to-head in a Fire Safety Cooking Challenge, judged by “celebrity chef and fire safety ex…
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