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Pass It On: What We Know...What We Want You to Know! - Table of Contents

Pass It On: What We Know...What We Want You to Know!

Contents

  • Read This First, Introduction by Billy Goldfeder
  • The Seven Cs, John Alston
  • The Importance of the Support of the Brotherhood of Firefighters to the Family after a Line-of-Duty Death, Joseph J. Apuzzio
  • What I have Learned, Steve Austin
  • The Failure of Imagination and the Unintended Consequences, Anthony Avillo
  • Fire Service Leadership, Douglas Barry
  • Leading Forward- A Fire Chief's Expectation, Marc Bashoor
  • Today's Fire Officer, Phil Bird
  • Never Stop Training, Rebecca Boutin
  • The Badge, Family, and Success, Garry Briese and Oren Bersagel-Briese
  • Equipment #1489, Alan Brunacini
  • Timeless Tactical Truths, Alan Brunacini
  • Creating a Survival Mentality, John M. Buckman III
  • Avoiding the New Boss Blues, Dr. Harry Carter
  • A Strengthened Sense of Purpose, Sal Cassano
  • What Happened to US?, James Clark
  • What You Do Wearing the Helmet Is Only as Good as What You Put in Your Mind, Burton A. Clark
  • First Fire—Important Lessons, Burtan A. Clark
  • Acceptable Risks, Hank Clemmenson
  • Transformational Followers, Kelvin J. Cochran
  • Lt. Edmond P. Conglianese, Chicago Fire Department, Engine 98, Last Call: January 26,1986, Allyson Coglianese
  • How We Honor Our Fallen, Eileen Coglianese
  • My Advice to the Ranks, John “Skip” Coleman
  • The Bondi Story, Ronny J. Coleman
  • No Place for Bullies, Paul Combs
  • Being a Firefighter Is a Privilege to be Cherished, Dennis Compton
  • Caring, David “Chip” Comstock, Jr.
  • Know Your History!, Glenn P. Corbett
  • It Is Okay to Keep Studying, Dave Daniels
  • Things I’ve Learned, Peter Demontreux
  • The Role of the Company Officer, Ty Dickerson
  • What You Don’t Know Can Kill You, Dave Dodson
  • Communications, Chuck Downey
  • A New York Legacy, Joseph Downey
  • Don’t Be a Wheelbarrow, Michael M. Dugan
  • The Core of the Matter in Fire Service Excellence, Glenn Gaines
  • Predictable is Preventable, Gordon Graham
  • Wear Your Chinstrap, Bill Gustin
  • The Floor Above, Alexander Hagan
  • Have the Courage of Your Convictions and Humility of Our Mission, Bobby Halton
  • A Rare Opportunity, Joanne Hayes-White
  • Kenneth M. Hedrick, Maryland, Morningside Volunteer Fire Department, 1992, Cathy Hedrick
  • What I’ve Learned, Cheryl Horvath
  • Leave It Better than You Found It, Otto Huber
  • Leadership, Ron Kanterman
  • Just When You Think You Have Your Plan Figured Out, Brian Kazmierzak
  • Mentorship and Motivation in the Fire Service, Tony Kelleher
  • Learning a Lesson from Sean about Superman, Pat Kenny
  • Understanding and Partnerships Save Lives, Stephen Kerber
  • What I’ve Learned, Rhoda Mae Kerr
  • This Isn’t Your Fire Chief’s Fire Service Anymore! Stop Sniveling about Education, Scott D. Kerwood
  • The Best Job in the Word, Bob Khan
  • Get Squared Away, Edward Kilduff
  • Overcoming Peer Pressure in the Fire Service, William Killen
  • What You Don’t Know Will Make the Difference in Life and Death, Danny Krushinski
  • The Firefighter’s Time Machine, Rick Lasky
  • Simple Truths, Hard Lessons, Edward Mann
  • What I Have Learned—Thoughts and Advice, Richard Marinucci
  • A Culture of Extinguishment, Ray McCormack
  • Think!, Bruce J. Moeller
  • Training Yourself, Frank Montagna
  • A Sacred Task, Tom Mulcrone
  • What Can You Do? Jim Murtaugh
  • What I’ve Learned, Gregory G. Noll
  • A Range of Thoughts from a Very Diverse Career, Denis Onieal
  • The Smartest Guys in the Room, Steve Pegram
  • Doing Ordinary Things . . . So Others Might Live, Joseph W. Pfeifer
  • Do It Different . . . Don’t Risk It All! Shane Ray
  • Promising People, Jay Reardon
  • The Mission, the Men, and Me, Frank Ricci
  • The Good Old Days Weren’t All That Great—Especially for Firefighters, J. Gordon Routley
  • The Best Discipline is Self-Discipline, Dennis L. Rubin
  • Keep Reading, Studying, and Learning, John Salka
  • The Value of Leadership, Jose Santiago
  • A Mother’s Legacy, Selena Schmidt
  • #1 Meridian Plaza—A Story of Tragedy and Change: A Night of “High-Rise Horror,” William Shouldis
  • No One Goes Home . . . Without Being Checked Out if They Become Ill at an Incident Scene, Ron Siarnicki
  • What I Learned in Life and What the Fire Service Taught, James P. Smith
  • Firefighting and Cancer, James P. Smith
  • Effective Fireground Operations, James P. Smith
  • Risk vs. Reward: 7 World Trade Center, Ronald R. Spadafora
  • Soon, the Most Trusted Source in News May Be the Local Fire Department, Dave Statter
  • A Thousand Thank Yous, Phil Stittleburg
  • Keep Your Head When Others Are Losing Theirs, John B. Tippett, Jr.
  • 45 Years and Still Learning, Bruce H. Varner
  • Give Me Five Minutes, Kid; Sit Down and Listen to What I Want You to Know from My View of the Fire World, Curt Varone
  • Reflections on the Station Night Club Fire, Curt Varone
  • It’s Not a Cliché, Colleen Walz
  • Politics Is Local: You Can Make a Difference for Your Fire Department, Bill Webb
  • Six Lessons for Success, Mike Wilbur
  • Five by Five, Janet Wilmoth
  • Brother, Where Art Thou? Arlene Zang
  • Some Perspective from Some Improved Chips of Some Relatively Old Blocks, FF/Paramedic Brian Goldfeder and FF/EMT Dave Stacy
  • Advice for the Brand New Firefighter . . . Well, Not Really a Firefighter. Not Yet. Anonymous