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June 24, 2020

Firefighter Candidates: Stay #FDNYFit

hile the postponement is continuing for all FDNY Firefighter processing, it is imperative that Exam #7001 Candidates use their free time to train for the job. […]
June 21, 2020

A Father’s Day Tribute to Division Chief Robert Hannafey

appy Father’s Day! This year, a tip of the helmet goes to Division 8 Chief Robert Hannafey, who is a 41-year veteran in our EMS. Described […]
May 21, 2020

Michele Fitzsimmons Becomes Second Woman Battalion Chief in FDNY History

“I’m happy that I’ve reached this point in my career doing something that I love. I’ve learned so much from this job and it’s exciting for […]

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Exam #7001 Candidates: All of your prep resources are posted on Keep training. It’s worth the wait!⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
Please note this video was filmed prior to the coronavirus pandemic. FDNY urges all New Yorkers to follow the guidelines set forth by @nychealthy - wear a mask as recommended, and ensure proper social distancing when in public. Visit to learn more. #FDNYFit #WorkoutWednesday ⁣⁣

Candidates: Continue to exercise and study while you’re waiting to join the #FDNY. Our website has great resources posted to help you stay ready. Check them out today at #FDNYFit ...

Posted @withregram • @fdny #FDNY is proud to honor the Stars and Stripes on Flag Day, and every day. ⁣In this photo, members carry the U.S. flag in last year's New York City Veteran's Day parade, commemorating the centennial of Veterans Day (formerly Armistice Day) ...

Congratulations to the #FDNY Captain Vernon A. Richard High School for Fire and Life Safety Class of 2020. #FDNYHS ...

Repost from @fdny using @RepostRegramApp - “Our community is taking care of us. Their thanks means so much to all of us. People are stopping us on the street and letting us know how grateful they are for our work. It’s very touching and these small gestures really mean something to us. It goes a long way. Our job is to protect the community and it feels like they’re looking out for us as well,” says #FDNY EMT Manuel Melendez, #Station39, a 10-year FDNY veteran who is one of thousands of EMS members serving on the front lines of the city's response to COVID-19.⁣⁣ EMT Melendez says, “My station has always been close, we’re a family. We’re all leaning on each other during this time and the comradery is even stronger now. We will always be there for each other, just as our community is.”⁣

New Yorkers - for information about coronavirus from @nychealthy visit Text COVID to 692-692 for updates from @nycemergencymanagement

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Candidates: Remember to visit for all of your academic and physical prep resources. Stay #FDNYFit. #MotivationMonday

Although we will not be celebrating #NYCPride together in person this year, know that #FDNYCelebratesPride in our hearts. For now, please continue to celebrate from a distance, and we will get through this as a city – together. #PRIDE2020

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