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Motley Crews – Pride in our Companies (33 Images)

Here is the latest installment of “Motley Crews”.  To submit your photos, please send them to firecritic@firecritic.com with a subject of “Motley Crews”. Enjoy!

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Doesn’t get much more Motley than this bunch, RFEMS Station 5 “C” Shift. Sent in by Bugg

This picture was taken after Engine Co. 6 from Stafford County VA assisted Fauquier County with a two story single family dwelling fire in December of 2010.  From Top Left To  Right. Travis L., George M., Jeff R., Phillip F., Anthony M., and James C. Sent in by Anthony Martin

This picture was taken after Engine Co. 6 from Stafford County VA assisted Fauquier County with a two  story single family dwelling fire in December of 2011. From left to right: Keven K., Phillip F., John W. James C., Travis L., Chris R., Jacob T., Anthony M., Jason H. Sent in by Anthony Martin

Photo taken at Hartwood Volunteer Fireman’s Association 2011 Banquet. Sent in by Anthony Martin

South Schenectady FD. Sent in by Chief Mike France

Attached is a picture of Watchung, NJ Fire Department members (left to right) FF. Miller, FF. Speeney, and FF. Pivnichny in front of the Freedom Tower during the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation 5K in New York City on 9/30. We all did the 5K in our bunkers to honor our fallen 343 brothers. Watchung FD is an all volunteer department in Somerset County, NJ with 40 members. Sent in by Charles Pivnichny

Here is a pic of a “Motley Crew” from Putnam County Fire Dept in Tennessee. This was last year as we completed our yearly hose testing.  Sent in by Zachary Womack

This was my crew after a fire in one of our coal facilities. From left to right: FF Rob Engelhardt, Lt. Joe Sheets, FF George Wright, and myself FF Erik Jacobson. United States Steel. Gary, Indiana. Sent in by Erik Jacobson

9/11 memorial stair climb Denver colorado, Crews from Falcon st.1 & 3 B Shift, and crew from Cimarron hills B Shift. Love what you guys do keep it up brothers. Stay safe! Sent in by Cody M Thomson

 

First due mutual aid request via our brothers and sisters to the South. Lt Dave Harms

First due E71 extrication. Chevy blazer vs 40′ long RV with one party trapped. On scene to extrication was 11 minutes. Love our sazalls! Sent in by Lt. Harms

Good evening.. the attached photo is from my last day at Station 11 in the 3rd Battalion, before being transferred to Station 14 in the 1st Battalion,City of Chesapeake. We had just returned from a working structure fire.  Sent in by Ben Kimball

The attached photo is a group of Chesapeake and Norfolk firefighters in front of Ladder 2442 at Oceanside Fire Headquarters in Nassau County NY. We traveled up over a 5 day break to provide “Sandy Support” to the residents of Oceanside and Long Beach areas.  We delivered supplies that were donated from residents/ businesses in the local area, and did basement cleanouts for firefighters who had damage from flooding. Sent in by Benjmin Kimball

2/C shift after an attic Fire on 1/1/13. Sent in by Lt. Harms


Lincoln Ontario Canada. Sent in by Mitchell Brown of SmokeisShowing.ca

Sent in by Tim Mcchesney

Wade Munday sent in the photo above and next seven below. They are from his career department and volunteer department. Since he used up so much of my precious server space, I have to ask whats up with the Red Head?

ere is a photo of some of the crew here in East Helena, Montana. Have a good day and stay safe brother. Sent in by Asst. Chief Troy Maness East Helena Vol. Fire Dept.

Got a crew picture of the crew over here at the Branchville Volunteer Fire Company and Rescue Squad (PG County MD) after operating as first arriving wagon at a second alarm apt fire.

The photo above and one below are from Zach Gibeau

Cheyenne, Wyoming LCFD 1 ENGINE1-1LADDER Sent in by Jesson Vasey

Sent in by Josh Augustine

C-Shift and Inspector. Sent in by Jeffery Teeters

Staunton A-Shift Engine 2 with Chuck Norris as RIC

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