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Marine Division fireboats, lined up and ready to go for the summer boating season.

Marine Division fireboats, lined up and ready to go for the summer boating season.
photo by Stephen “Butch” Moran

The 2nd/2014 issue of WNYF is around on final approval. Expected distribution is in July.

Featured articles and the authors in the 2nd/2014 issue include:

  1. Metro North Train Derailment, by Assistant Chief Joseph W. Pfeifer
  2. Rescue Operations (sidebar to above), by Battalion Chiefs Stephen Geraghty and James Yakimovich
  3. Sectors Play Key Role at Bronx Five-Alarm Fire, by Deputy Chief Michael Gunning
  4. The Cockloft Nozzle, by Lieutenant Jason A. Wendell
  5. Trench Cut Brings Manhattan Five-Alarmer Under Control, by Deputy Chief James J. Nichols
  6. Tricks of the Trade column, The Shove Tool, by Captain Michael Doda
  7. Mill Structures—Their Features and Firefighting Operations, Part I, by Assistant Chief Ronald R. Spadafora
  8. Vivid Reminder of Bowstring Truss Danger, by Battalion Chief Gennaro Bonfiglio
  9. Operating at Vacants, by Lieutenant Shawn Keenan
  10. Bronx Units Tested at Three-Alarm, Mid-Afternoon Tenement Fire, by Deputy Chief John (Jay) Jonas
  11. 2014 Medal Day Recipients
  12. Safety First column, Truss Roof Failure and Snow Loads, by Battalion Chief Dominick A. DeRubbio and Captain Simon Ressner

Here are some of the articles we're working on for the 3rd/2014 issue of WNYF:

  1. Gas Explosion and Collapse at Manhattan Box 55-1406, by multiple authors, including Chief of Operations James E. Esposito, Brooklyn Borough Commander and Deputy Assistant Chief James Leonard, Deputy Chief Anthony DeVita and Battalion Chiefs Dean Koester and Stephen Geraghty and Captain Steve Berube
  2. High-Security Trident Lock, by FF Michael Gardella
  3. Use and Occupancy of Buildings, by Deputy Assistant Chief Joseph M. Woznica
  4. Damaged Haz-Mat Container on Cargo Ship at Dock, Staten Island Box 1194, by Battalion Chief John Calderone
  5. The Honor Legion, by Lieutenant Paul Mastronardi
  6. Tricks of the Trade column, TT Barbreaker, by Captain Michael Doda and Lieutenant Thomas Carrera
  7. Construction Worker Rescued from Shaft, by FF Daniel Baron
  8. Mill Structures—Their Features and Firefighting Operations, Part II, by Assistant Chief Ronald R. Spadafora
  9. Complex Operations in Low-rise, Fireproof, Multiple Dwellings, by Captain Michael Barvels
  10. RV Fire in a Tunnel at Rush Hour, by Lieutenant Michael Ciampo

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