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REMEMBERING THE FALLEN
Maj. Jeffrey T. Hoernemann, 32, of Andover, Minnesota, a CV-22 instructor pilot and officer in charge of training at the 21st Special Operations Squadron at Yokota Air Base, Japan.
Maj. Eric V. Spendlove, 36, of St. George, Utah, a residency-trained flight surgeon and medical operations flight commander assigned to the 1st Special Operations Squadron at Kadena Air Base, Japan.
Maj. Luke A. Unrath, 34, of Riverside, California, a CV-22 pilot and flight commander at the 21st SOS.
Capt. Terrell K. Brayman, 32, of Pittsford, New York, a CV-22 pilot and flight commander at the 21st SOS.
Tech. Sgt. Zachary E. Lavoy, 33, of Oviedo, Florida, a medical operations flight chief at the 1st SOS.
Staff Sgt. Jake M. Turnage, 25, of Kennesaw, Georgia, a flight engineer at the 21st SOS.
Staff Sgt. Jake M. Galliher, 24, of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, an airborne linguist specializing in Mandarin Chinese assigned to Yokota’s 43rd Intelligence Squadron, Detachment 1.
Senior Airman Brian K. Johnson, 32, of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, a flight engineer at the 21st SOS.
Private Orson B. Record, ARMY, from Middlesex County, MA killed in action during World War II
Private Thomas E. Reddy, ARMY, from Middlesex County, MA killed in action during World War II
Staff Sergeant Robert K. Redhouse, ARMY, from Middlesex County, MA killed in action during World War II
Private Albert M. Reed, ARMY, from Middlesex County, MA killed in action during World War II
1st Lieutenant Dana Reed, ARMY, from Middlesex County, MA killed in action during World War II
1st Lieutenant Alfred F. LaRose, USMC, from Holyoke, MA killed in action during World War II
Chief Torpedoman Harold G. Larrabee, NAVY, from Seekonk, MA killed in action during World War II
Private First Class Frederick C. Latham, NAVY, from Pittsfield, MA killed in action during World War II
Private George L. LatreMouille, USMC, from Brockton, MA killed in action during World War II
Seaman Apprentice William J. Latta, NAVY from Somerville, MA killed in action during World War II
Private First Class Howard Bruce Smith, ARMY, C CO, 1ST BN, 503RD INFANTRY, 173RD ABN BDE, USARV from New Canaan, CT killed in action on March 16, 1968
Lance Corporal Edward James Monahan, Jr, USMC, D CO, 9TH MOTOR TRANS BN, 3RD MARDIV, III MAF from New Fairfield, CT killed in action on August 24, 1965
GYSGT Linwood Preston Rickards, USMC, VMFA-314, MAG-13, 1ST MAW, III MAF from Rockland, ME killed in action on July 9, 1968
Specialist Four Lynn Jordan Russell, ARMY, A CO, 2ND BN, 27TH INFANTRY, 25TH INF DIV, USARV from Rockland, ME killed in action on November 5, 1966
Private First Class Robert Joseph Araujo, USMC, H BTRY, 3RD BN, 12TH MARINES, 3RD MARDIV, III MAF from New York, NY killed in action on October 14, 1967
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|U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Warren Deyampert WPC-1151.|
|Granville, MA Ambulance 1- 2022 Ford F-550/Life Line 4x4 ambulance.|
|New Salem, MA Engine 2- 2023 Spartan FC94/E-One 1500/1030/30F.|
|Prudence Island, RI Engine 82- 2023 International/Pierce 1250/600/40F.|
|Worcester, MA Engine 11- 2023 E-One Typhoon 1050/500/30F.|
|Worcester, MA Engine 13- 2023 E-One Typhoon 1050/500/30F.|
|Reminder: many times there are more photos of incident scenes in the incident archives and only one or two images are showcased on this page. Check out the Latest Updates page to see how many photos of each incident are on the site.|
|Brighton, NY 12/2/23- house fire at 197 Ashbourne Road.|
|Bridgeport, CT 12/4/23- house fire on Pilgrim Road.|
|Vernon, CT 12/4/23- Working house fire at 51 Riverside Drive. The next 2 photos are also from this fire.|
|West Albany, NY 12/5/23- house fire. The next photo is also from this fire.|
|Hopkinton, MA August 2002- tractor trailer accident due to broken springs in trailer.|
|Plymouth County District Atty Tim Cruz with Hanson, MA Fire Chief Rob O'Brien at a recent Holiday parade.|
|Bangor, ME Ladder 5's 1954 American LaFrance 700 series 85’ MMA at a building fire on October 21, 1988.|
|Franklin-Pierce College, NH ex Engine 1- 1969 Chevy C50/Maxim 500/300.|
|Goshen Fire (Waterford, CT) ex W 31- 1977 Ward LaFrance 1500/500.|
|Groton, MA ex Combination 1's Chevy.|
|Holden Maine’s rescue / cascade truck filling SCBA bottles at a fire in Bangor on Friday October 21, 1988.|
|Hudson Maine’s 198? Chevrolet / shop built pumper at a house fire in Alton Maine Friday March 11, 1988. The members of the Hudson FD cobbled this together.|
|Plaistow, NH ex Snorkel 8- 1969 Oshkosh/Young/Pierce 1000 GPM/75'.|
|Reading, MA ex Engine 2- 1995 Freightliner/3D.|
|A few photos of the new Point of Pines statoin in Revere, Mass under construction.|
|Stoneham, MA ex Engine 5- 1956 Seagrave Anniversary 1000/500.|
|Worcester, MA Engine 3- 2020 E-One Cyclone 1500/500/30F.|
|This building is the original operations building and control tower at Ford Island Naval Air Station when it was attacked on December 7th, 1941. After the war it remained the operations building and was renovated to include a fire station, which remained in use until the 1990s.|
|Photo of the building when the fire station was in operation.|
FEATURED PATCHES AND CHALLENGE COIN OF THE WEEK
|FDNY Engine 258/Ladder 115 patch.|
|Tampa, FL Fire Department Station 10 challenge coin.|
|USS Harvey C. Harnum Jr DDG-124 patch. USS Harvey C. Barnum is a US Navy destroyer currently under construction at Bath Iron Works in Maine.|
|Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, NH Chief Petty Officer's Association challenge coin.|
|Manchester, NH ex Truck 1's 1965 Ward LaFrance/Hi-Ranger 85'.|