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Aviation Support Equipment Technician 1st Class Marcglenn L. Orcullo (42), NAVY, USS Wasp (LHD-1) from HI passed away on February 12, 2021 from complications related to COVID-19.
Chief Quartermaster Herbert Rojas (50), NAVY, Recruit Training Command Great Lakes from Richmond Hill, NY died from complications of COVID-19 on February 2, 2021.
Private Kenneth E. Miller, ARMY, from Middlesex County, MA killed in action during World War II
Sergeant Richard M. Miller, ARMY, from Middlesex County, MA killed in action during World War II
1st Lieutenant Robert P. Miller, ARMY, from Middlesex County, MA killed in action during World War II
Sergeant Samuel H. Miller Jr ARMY, from Middlesex County, MA killed in action during World War II
Seaman 2nd Class Wilfred H. Hight, NAVY, from Roslindale-Boston, MA killed in action during World War II
Chief Machinist's Mate Charles H. Hill, USCG, from Cambridge, MA killed in action during World War II
Lieutenant Junior Grade John H. Hill, NAVY, from Arlington, MA killed in action during World War II
Torpedo's Mate 2nd Class Owen R. Hill, NAVY, from Worcester, MA killed in action during World War II
Private First Class Edward Kenneth Duel, ARMY, C CO, 1ST BN, 7TH CAVALRY, 1ST CAV DIV, USARV from Hamden, CT killed in action on October 21, 1968
Corporal Donald Porter Ferguson, ARMY, A CO, 2ND BN, 39TH INFANTRY, 9TH INF DIV, USARV from Hamden, CT killed in action on January 13, 1968
Specialist Four David Littlehale Farley, ARMY, HHC, 1ST BN, 35TH INFANTRY, 4TH INF DIV, USARV from Brunswick, ME killed in action on October 9, 1967
Major James Patrick McKeon, USAF, 416TH TAC FTR SQDN, 37TH TAC FTR WING, 7TH AF from Nashua, NH killed in action on February 13, 1969
Airman First Class Alan Dennis Curtis, USAF, 600TH PHOTO SQDN, 7TH AF from Woonsocket, RI killed in action on December 6, 1969
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|Hartford, CT Ladder 4- 2020 E-One Cyclone-Metro 100' RMA.|
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|Bridgeport, CT Feb 2021- photos from a recent house fire. The next 2 photos are also from this fire scene.|
|Worcester, MA 2/12/21- 5 Alarms, Jacques Ave. Three civilian fatalities resulted in this fire. The next photo is also from this fire scene.|
|Worcester, MA 2/12/21- 3 alarms, William Street. The next photo is also from this fire.|
|Fairfield, CT 2/13/21- fire in a garage on Eastlawn Street.|
|Hartford, CT had this 2nd alarm at 766 Garden Street on 2/13/21 at 03:11. One occupant was rescued from 3rd floor front porch via ladder and a mayday was given by Ladder 3 as they were cut off on floor 3. No members injured. At least 3 civilians were transported. The next 3 photos are also from this fire.|
|West Crescent, NY 2/17/21- structure fire at 7 Manchester Drive.|
|Somers, CT 2/14/21- 2 Alarms, 54 Beverly Drive at 22:15. The next 3 photos are also from this fire.|
|Columbia, CT 2/17/21- Companies arrived at 52 Whitney Rd and transmitted the 2nd on arrival. Mutual aid tankers and manpower assisted at the scene. The next 3 photos are also from this fire.|
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|Special story and photos of the Murren Switzerland fire department by Fred McKinney.|
Murren, Switzerland is a picture postcard mountain top mountain village located at 5374” elevation with no accessible roads and the only access is either by cable car or mountain cog train. The quaint Swiss village sets high atop a Swiss Alp in the shadows of the famous Elder Mountain and home to 450 residents with over 2000 hotel beds. The village is famous for winter sports that attracts tourists from around the world.
According to Murren’s tourist director Samuel Bichsel, the village fire department ,is all volunteer with approx. 50 members, one small fire station, one fire truck (engine) and a 4 wheeler. Additional equipment is pulled on a trailer.
Members are notified of fire alarms by electronic pagers and a mobile phone alarm system Mutual aid can only arrive by helicopter or cable car. The department relies on fire safety education and fire prevention for fire protection. The department responds to approximately 20 alarms a year.
Murren was the setting in the 60s for the main filming location of the James Bond’s “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”.
|A Boston firefighter carries some tools at a working fire at a vehicle fire in a parking garage off of Tremont Street on February 17th.|
|Two members of Worcester, Mass EMS.|
|Alton, NH recently placed into service this 2000 Spartan/Luverne 1750/500/75' RMA as Ladder 1. The truck previously served with the Sharpsburg, PA Fire Department.|
|Beverly, MA former Auxiliary vehicle.|
|Former Boston MedFlight helicopter.|
|Groveland, MA ex Engine 3- 1948 Ford/Woods Engineering.|
|Holliston, MA ex Engine 1- 1975 Ford C/Farrar 1000/500.|
|Holliston, MA ex Ladder 1- 1983 Maxim F 85' MMA.|
|West Fairlee, VT Engine 2- 1995 Spartan/Luverne 1500/1000 (ex Conway Village, NH).|
|Oconee County, SC Rural Fire Control Rescue 21- 1989 Ford F-800/Saulsbury.|
|Rickman, TN Engine 3- 1985 Sutphen Deluge 1500/750 (originally Union Vale NY, then Mount Vernon TN).|
|Rickman, TN Fire Station.|
|U.S. Forestry Service Engine 601.|
|Nice shot of Hartford's three new rigs.|