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Updated: September 9, 2016
Retired Firefighter Passes
Retired COMM Senior Private Fred Lewis
passed away on September 8, 2016.
He had battled cancer for some time.
His family was with him when he passed.
Fred began his fire service career with the Hyannis FD.
He worked for COMM FD until his medical retirement
Rest in Peace Fred.
September 11, 2001
Many Chose to Jump that day...
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WHAT'S GOING ON
This website originally launched on
September 11, 2000.
9-11 seemed like a great time to go online with the goal
of representing the fire-ems service which I have been a
part of for so long. The site has grown and continues
to do so as each year goes by. One year later, the world
changed and 9-11 is remembered for the tragic events
of that day. Thank all of you who have supported and
continue to follow CapeCodFD.com.
Be safe out there!
COMM Working Fire
COMM WORKING FIRE
COMM Engine 303 and Car 321 were dispatched to an automatic alarm around
20:00 hours on Saturday August 27, 2016. On arrival, E303 found smoke
from the rear of the large commercial structure and struck a working fire.
The fire was contained by an automatic sprinkler system to one business bay
on the B/C corner of the building. Crews extinguished the fire and checked
SANDWICH FF RETIRES
SANDWICH FIREFIGHTER ROBERT "JITTERY" GEORGE
Retired from the Sandwich FD after more than 48 years of service
on Aug 25, 2016. Family and friends turned out to congratulate him
and wish him well in his retirement.
HYANNIS 2ND ALARM
A 2nd Alarm was transmitted for a fire in the walls of Alberto's Ristorante &
on Main Street on Friday August 12, 2016
2nd Alarm Bourne Transfer Station
BOURNE TOWER 126
Crews from several communities battled for hours trying to bring a stubborn
blaze at the Bourne town Transfer Station on Wednesday August 10, 2016.
A Tier 1 Haz Mat response was included to monitor air quality in the area.
District 1 Haz Mat Training
HAZ MAT TRAINING
The Massachusetts Department of Fire Services Hazardous Materials Team
for District 1 (Southeastern Mass) conducted a two day Propane emergency
drill at the Centerville Fire Station on August 8 and 9, 2016.
COMM FD Dispatcher Retires
COMM FD Dispatcher Jeff Gifford retired after 32 years of service to the
COMM Fire District. He also served as a call firefighter for the Cotuit
District for many years. Friends and family wished him well at the
Fire Station on Monday August 8, 2016.
IN THE NEWS
Chief to Retire
HYANNIS FIRE CHIEF HAROLD
After 44 years of serving the Hyannis Fire Department, Chief
has announced his intention to retire in the next few months. He
came up through the ranks in Hyannis becoming fire chief in 1998.
EVENTS & NOTICES
Barnstable County Fire Chief's Association
Firefighter/EMT Entry Level Exam
Firefighter/Paramedic Entry Level Exam
The BCFCA will hold a
written exam for full-time
Firefighter/EMTs and Firefighter/Paramedics.
Cod Regional Technical School, Harwich
November 19, 2016 at 1000 hrs sharp
Doors will shut promptly at 1000 hrs.
(test fees are non-refundable)
Information regarding the test site and also a practice test will be sent to
each registrant in early October.
No walk-in registration allowed. You must be registered prior to testing.
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-957-8224
Rhode Island Antique Fire Apparatus Association
The Rhode Island Antique Fire Apparatus Association
will hold their Annual Muster on Sunday Sept 25, 2016
from 1000-1500 at the New England Tech, in East Greenwich.
October 18 - 22, 2016
Music City Center
For the first time in many years, no longer in Baltimore.
LINK TO EXPO
Wellfleet Engine 94
WELLFLEET ENGINE 94
2016 Emergency One Typhoon e-Max CAFS Pumper
1500 / 750 / 30 A
Delivered Aug 2016
Carver Engine 3
CARVER ENGINE 3
2016 Pierce Impel PUC Pumper
1250 / 750
JOINT BASE CAPE COD ENGINE 412
2016 Rosenbauer Pumper
1250 / 750
Joint Base Cape
JOINT BASE CAPE COD USCG AMBULANCE 424
2016 Chevy / Wheeled Coach Type III Ambulnce
BOURNE AMBULANCE 135
2016 International TerraStar / Horton Type I Ambulance
PLYMOUTH TANKER 2
2016 Kenworth / Emergency One
500 gpm / 2100 Gallons
Cotuit Engine 265
COTUIT ENGINE 265
Cotuit has taken delivery of its new 2016 Pierce Dash 1500 gpm /
Rescue Pumper. It will be replacing the 1989 Pierce Lance Engine
July 27, 2016
Mattapoisett Engine 2
The 1989 Pierce Lance pumper was recently refurbished and
with the department's black over red colors.
photos and news
MORE APPARATUS NEWS
Recent Deliveries, Plans, Rumors,
Chatham Headquarters Open
CHATHAM FIRE HEADQUARTERS
The new Chatham Fire Headquarters opened on May 24, 2016.
The new station is located on the site of the former station at
135 Depot St., in Chatham. It has 4 deep drive thru bays and
another smaller bay. The building has all the department
communications, and living quarters for personnel.
The department operated out of the
DPW garage on Crowell Rd
since Sept 2014 when the old station was torn down.
THE CHATHAM FIRE DEPARTMENT
Moved out of their Depot Street home of the last 62 years
into temporary quarters in the DPW garage at 221 Crowell Road.
The old station was torn down to make room
for the new headquarters on the same site.
Sept 10, 2014
Sandwich Approves New
Police & Fire Station
FORESTDALE FIRE STATION 3 TO BE
Voters in Sandwich have approved
construction of a new Police Station
to be built on the town owned land at Quaker Meeting House and
In addition, a new Fire Station 3
will be constructed
on the same land to replace the Forestdale Station presently on Rte
The fire station is substantially smaller than what was originally
a couple years ago, but will provide facilities that the present
does not have.
The May 2, 2016 Town Meeting also
approved funds to add onto
the East Sandwich Station 2 providing living space that the present
station has never had in anticipation for future staffing of that
The present Headquarters is expected
to remain in downtown
substantially as is.
The town sought an additional 8
personnel to open the
East Sandwich station ASAP but funding was not approved.
Orleans Approves Police Sta
ORLEANS POLICE STATION
Voters in Orleans approved $11.5 Million to build a new
Carver Fire Station
The Carver Fire Headquarters is
coming along with expectations to
open in the early Fall of 2016.
Photos June 2016
CARVER FIRE HEADQUARTERS
The new Carver Fire Station 1 is progressing with an expected
completion for the Fall of 2016. The station is located on
Main Street just north of the present station.
Photo April 2016
Voters in Carver approved the construction of a new Central
Fire Headquarters and training facility at 99 Main Street
just up the street from the current station. The old station built
in the 1950s and added on to has been outgrown. The new
station will be built on a property owned by the department
as used as their training facility.
Hyannis Approves Fire Station!
THANK YOU HYANNIS!
The Hyannis Fire Department has tried to get a new fire station
for several years. Several previous votes failed to reach the
required 2/3 majority approval.
On April 9, 2016 Hyannis voters
turned out to approve a new
fire station by 73%. The new station, estimated at $18.5
and approximately 33,000 sq ft will be built on district owned
land next the present station on High School Rd Ext.
It will replace the current station
built in 1965 which has
been outgrown and has a list of problems that needed to be fixed.
Oak Bluffs Moves In to
Video of Progress Nov 2015
Oak Bluffs Fire Station
The new Oak Bluffs
Fire Station has been completed and the department
moved into the new $8.3 Million, 20,000+ square foot, 12 bay station
on December 6, 2015. The station is located on the site of the
station at Wing Road and County Road. Construction took just 1 year
while the department worked out of the DPW garage and other
quarters. The station has been dedicated the Nelson W. Amaral
Station in memory of the retired chief who served the department for
54 years, 34 as chief. The station is equipped with essential
living, classroom, and other space that the previous station lacked.
Voters in Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard approved the
of a new Fire Headquarters in 2014.
The present facility (shown above) will be
torn down in the Fall of 2014
and apparatus will be relocated for about 1-1/2 years while a new
headquarters is built on the same site.
SEE OAK BLUFFS PLANS
NOVEMBER 19, 2014 MV TIMES STORY
Brewster voters gave the go
ahead to build a new $13.4 million
fire headquarters at the November 16, 2015 special town meeting. .
The new station will be approximately 22,000 square feet, with
5 drive through bays and facilities necessary for future operations.
It will be built behind the present station. Construction is expected
to begin in 2017.
approved approximately $15 Million
in April 2015 to construct a new fire station at the
Fairgrounds Road location of the Nantucket Police station.
The town had sought to fund a
full public safety complex
including fire, police, and communications in 2008,
but funding was only approved for the police and radio
communications at that time.
The present Nantucket Fire
Station was built in 1980
at Pleasant St & Sparks Ave. It replaced the old fire
station in the congested center of town.
Nantucket has grown
significantly since the station
was built in 1980. Increased demands for service
and a station that has been full for years, and the
inability to expand on site have led to the need
to move off site and start new.
In addition to the central
station, Nantucket also has two
small unstaffed stations in Siasconset and Madaket.
The department has 5 personnel on a shift with a
minimum of 3 personnel on duty.
It operates 5 pumpers, 1 aerial, 2 tankers,
1 heavy rescue, 3 ambulances, and a number
of support units.
FIRE STATIONS PAGE
DEPARTMENTS AND PERSONNEL
COMM FIRE DEPARTMENT
Retired COMM Senior Private Fred Lewis passed away
on Sept 8, 2016. He had battled cancer for several
years. Fred was an EMT and served with the juvenile
fire setter program for years. He began his career
with the Hyannis FD and then with COMM FD for years,
with a medical retirement in 2009. Fred was well
known around the Cape and will be greatly missed.
Sept 9, 2016
HYANNIS FIRE DEPARTMENT
Fire Chief Harold Brunelle has announced his
intention to retire within the next few months.
Chief Brunelle has been a member of the Hyannis FD
for 44 years, joining in 1972 as a Junior FF and
coming up through the ranks to serve as Chief for
the past 18 years. Congrats Chief on a job well
SANDWICH FIRE DEPARTMENT
FF Robert "Jittery" George retired after more than
48 years as a member of the Sandwich FD on Aug 25,
2016. The senior member of SFD began his fire
service career as a Jr firefighter in 1968 and was
hired fulltime in 1973. He played a major role in
the Sandwich FF Union Local 2196 and served the
department in many ways over the years. Two of his
sons are currently on the job as well. Best
wishes "Jit" in your retirement!
Aug 26, 2016
JOINT BASE CAPE COD
Congrats to former JBCC union President and FF Rob
Rogowski who has been selected to be the Fire Chief
in Barre, MA.
SANDWICH FIRE-POLICE COMMUNICATIONS
Sandwich Dispatcher Kathy Keene retired after 18
years with SFD and SPD. She had also served as
a call firefighter for many years. Congrats to
FALMOUTH FIRE DEPARTMENT
The Falmouth Fire Rescue Department held a
promotional and recognition ceremony on July 8,
2016. During the event, several officers were
officially sworn into their new positions including
new Fire Chief Michal Small, new Deputy Fire Chief
Scott J Thrasher, new Captain Bruce D. Girouard, and
new Lieutenant Terrance A. Rogers. Four new
firefighters were also sworn in. Several other
department members were recognized for meritorious
work in recent months. Congrats to all!
July 10, 2016
BREWSTER FIRE DEPARTMENT
The Brewster Fire Department has promoted Kevin
Varley to become the department's first fulltime
Deputy Fire Chief. He had previously served as
a Captain. Congratulations Deputy.
July 10, 2016
COMM FIRE DEPARTMENT
COMM FD Dispatcher Jeff Gifford has retired after 32
years of service. Jeff began his fire service career
as a call firefighter in Cotuit during the late
1970s and joined COMM as a dispatcher in 1984. His
voice on the radio and professionalism in his duties
will be missed. Congratulations Jeff! Enjoy
July 10, 2016
PLYMOUTH FIRE DEPARTMENT
Deputy Chief Michael Young retired on July 5, 2016
after 36 years with the Plymouth Fire Department.
July 10, 2016
HARWICH FIRE DEPT
Firefighter/Paramedic John Ayer retired June 27,
2016 from the Harwich FD after some 40 years of
service to the town. Congrats on a job well
June 28, 2016
FALMOUTH FIRE DEPT
Falmouth Fire Department will be making the
following promotions now that the Fire Chief
position has been officially filled. The
following personnel who were in acting positions
will be made permanent:
Deputy Chief Scott Thrasher
Captain Bruce Girouard
Lieutenant Terry Rogers
Congrats to all! June 28, 2016
FALMOUTH FIRE DEPT
Falmouth Fire Department has a new "official" fire
chief. Michael Small has been appointed as
Fire Chief officially as of June 6, 2016 filling the
position created by Chief Mark Sullivan's
retirement. Chief Small started out in Bourne and
has been a member of the Falmouth FD for many years.
He moved through the ranks as a paramedic and
officer, serving in recent years as a deputy chief
and since the retirement of Chief Sullivan served as
the Acting Chief. Congrats Chief Small on your
June 7, 2016
OAK BLUFFS FIRE DEPT
Retired Oak Bluffs Fire Chief Dennis P. Alley, age
80, passed away on Monday May 30, 2016. He was a
member of the Oak Bluffs FD for 53 years, the last
12 of which as Fire Chief. He was the grandson of
another Oak Bluffs Fire Chief Antone Alley.
Services were held on Friday June 3, 2016.
June 3, 2016
MATTAPOISETT FIRE DEPT
Retired Mattapoisett Fire Chief Donald C. "Woody"
Wood passed away on May 22, 2016. A long time member
of the Mattapoisett FD, he retired as Chief in 1993.
June 3, 2016
TRURO FIRE DEPT
Truro voters approved the hiring of 6 fulltime
personnel at the May 11, 2016 Town Meeting moving to
establish their first fulltime staffing. The
department has long been a call department, but has
struggled to have reliable responses in recent
June 3, 2016
SANDWICH FIRE DEPT
Sandwich voters approved funding for construction of
a new Police Station to be built at Cotuit Road &
Quaker Meetinghouse Rd. Also approved was funding
for a new Station 3 to be built on the same site as
the Police station. That station will replace
the present Station 3 on Route 130. Funding
was also approved to make the East Sandwich Station
2 ready for future staffing by adding basic
facilities that station has never had. Funds to hire
additional personnel to staff East Sandwich were not
approved at this time. May 2016
SCANNERS AND RE-BANDING ISSUES
Many of you who monitor
Cape Cod Fire and Police Departments on various "trunk tracker"
style scanners may have noticed problems recently with the
implementation of the re-banding of the Massachusetts State Police (MSP)
Trunked Radio system.
Re-banding is a
national reallocation of radio frequencies that has been underway
for several years across the country. The local switchover took
place in March 2013.
The changes were
expected to make many older scanners obsolete,
It is possible
that many, if not all of the newer and older scanners
WILL WORK if reprogrammed with the updated frequencies. Older
scanners including the BC780, BC785, BC895, Radio Shack units, and
others will work if re-programmed!
I recommend you
break out the Owners Manual if you haven't already, or download an
online version, brush up on the basics of programming your scanners
and give it a try. YOU WILL BE HAPPY!
Here is a list of
the frequencies used by the system. If you enter them correctly
(make sure you enter them as M (Motorola) TRUNK channels, they
for additional information on frequencies and programming scanners
with what you want to listen to.
For those who are
not already aware, you can also listen to the action online as well.
The LIVE SCANNER FEEDS that were previously on
RadioReference.com have been moved over to a system called
BROADCASTIFY.com. You can listen to
many different feeds, but should check out the local Cape Cod Fire
Departments on the feed provided which covers all the Cape Fire
Departments, including OPS channels, and as a bonus also gets much
of the Southeaster, Mass area off Cape.
feed is also available on a Phone App. So if you wish to listen to
the Scanner here on the Cape you can certainly do so in a number of
ways thanks to
COD Area Fire Radio
COD Fire & Police Radio
who provide these services.
The link for
Cape Cod Area Fire Radio at the top of my
Home Pages also brings your to this feature.
CAPE COD FD
Good luck and good
FROM PHOTO FEATURES
BOBBY "JIT" GEORGE
SANDWICH FIRE RESCUE
August 25, 2016
MUTUAL AID &
RUN CARD NEWS
|FALMOUTH FIRE DEPARTMENT RELEASED NEW RUN CARDS & NOW HAS NEW
Enter a department and zone
for actual official run cards
ANNUAL RUNS STATS
Cape Cod Fire
2015 Run Stats
comparison 2000 vs 2010)
Unofficial 2015 Stats
Estimated 63,779 Total Calls in 2015
59,696 Total Calls in 2014
|#1 Yarmouth FD
|#2 Hyannis FD
|#3 Falmouth FD
|#4 Dennis FD
|#5 Bourne FD
|#6 COMM FD
|#7 Harwich FD
|#8 Sandwich FD
|#9 Mashpee FD
|#10 Brewster FD
|#11 Chatham FD
|#12 Orleans FD
|#13 Eastham FD
|#15 P-Town FD
|#17 Cotuit FD
|#18 Otis/MMR FD
|#20 Truro FD
The above run stats
are unofficial preliminary estimates presented to show the
trends of emergency response on Cape Cod..
FROM THE INCIDENT PHOTO COLLECTION
BOURNE 2ND ALARM
Crews from Bourne and surounding communities worked
the night fighting a stubborn fire in a building at the
FROM THE ARFF COLLECTION
ON THE FLIGHTLINE
JOINT BASE CAPE COD
(Massachusetts Military Reservation - Otis ANGB)
FROM THE BRUSH FIRE COLLECTION
OTIS AIR FORCE BASE
1944 Brush Breaker
BRUSH BREAKER FEATURE
FROM THE FIRE BOATS COLLECTION
SANDWICH MARINE 439
Returning to the Sandwich Basin on the Cape Cod Canal
August 25, 2016 following a boat rescue off Scussett Beach.
FIRE BOAT FEATURE
FROM THE FIRE STATION COLLECTION
FIRE STATIONS FEATURE
ON THE WEB
& OTHER WEB SITES ON INTEREST
IN THE MOVIES
THE VIDEOS & MORE
CHECK OUT THE VIDEO AND YOU TUBE PAGE FOR SOME VERY COOL
VIDEOS INCLUDE SOME HISTORICAL FOOTAGE FROM THE 1940'S, 1950'S, AND
Cape Cod Brush Fire 1946... 15,000 Acres! Part 1
Cape Cod Brush Fire 1946... 15,000 Acres! Part 2
ADDITIONAL VIDEOS LISTED ON
OUR VIDEO PAGE
VIDEOS CAN BE FOUND
CapeCodFD Videos on YouTube
FROM THE HISTORICAL COLLECTION
SANDWICH FIRE DEPT
Early 1960's photo
1965 Dodge brush breaker, 1939 Ford brush breaker,
1957 Ford/Maxim Pumper E4, 1931 Ahrens Fox E1, 1950s Amb
Mass Fire Marshal Steve Coan Retires Jan 29, 2016
Onset Chief Anderson Funeral Oct 12, 2013
Boat Training in Osterville Oct 10, 2013
Hyannis MVC Rte 132 & Xmas Tree Shop Sept 24, 2013
Sandwich Fireboat Drills in Provincetown Sept 15, 2013
Cotuit Night Medflight Sept 14, 2013
September 11, 2013
COMM New Deputy Chief July 15, 2013
Hyannis Don Chase Retires July 2, 2013
COMM Chief Farrington Retires June 28, 2013
Firefighters Honor Wounded Warriors May 25, 2013
Hyannis Honor Guard Figawoi 2013
Fall River Engine
12 (Former COMM 304)
Harwich Capt Young Passing Dec 2011
FF Davies LODD Dec 2011
New Boston & Massport Fire Boats, Nov 2011
Wareham 3rd Main St, Nov 2, 2011
Hyannis 4 Alarm West Main, Oct 31, 2011
Blessing of Fleet, July 2011
Falmouth 2nd Alarm, County Rd, May 14, 2011
Crosby's Retirement Party, 4-9-11
Vinnie Harrington Funeral, April 4, 2011
House Fire Ginger LN, April 20, 2011
Dennis Barn Fire, March 28, 2011
Mashpee Brush Fire, March 27, 2011
Hyannis FF Clough Retires March 18, 2011
Hyannis 2nd 39 Pearl St Mar 18, 2011
Pecks Boats March 16, 2011
Annual Chili Challenge March 13, 2011
Hyannis Fire 447 Main St March 4, 2011
Hyannis Fire General Patton Dr Feb 20, 2011
COMM House Fire Shootflying Hill Rd Feb 15, 2011
Bldg 3596 Gaffney Feb 7, 2011
Eastham Deb Abbott Retires Jan 28, 2011
Hyannis House Fire Walnut St Jan 26, 2011
West Barnstable Deputy Pye passed away Jan 25, 2011
Fire Chief Martin Greene Jan 24, 2011
Orleans 2nd Alarm Baxter Road Jan 24, 2011
Sendoff Jan 21, 2011
Announce Retirement Jan 14, 2011
Hyannis Chief Farrenkopf Memorial Jan 10, 2011
2010 In Review
New Years Polar
Plunge Barnstable Jan 1, 2011
Hyannis LT Roger Cadrin Retires Dec 19, 2010
Osterville House Fire Main St Dec 9, 2010
2 new Engines Dec 9, 2010
Hyannis Boat Fire Nov 24, 2010
Yarmouth Deputy Kelleher Retires Nov 11, 2010
Cotuit 3rd Alarm Old Post Road Oct 20, 2010
Capt Paul Cabral Retired Oct 3, 2010
Bluffs Fire Museum September 19, 2010
Earl September 3, 2010
Fridays August 27, 2010
Air Force One Visit August 19, 2010
Bourne Squateague Harbor 2nd Alarm August 2, 2010
2010 Lynnfield Muster
June 12, 2010
Sandwich 3rd Alarm FFs Hurt May 31, 2010
2010 Tri-State Muster CT May 16, 2010
Onset Cranberry 5th Alarm March 29, 2010
Hyannis FF Chili Challenge March 14, 2010
Chester NH 2nd Alarm March 12, 2010
Wareham Fire Dangelo Road March 9, 2010
Hometown Firehouse - Osterville March 7, 2010
Provincetown Apparatus Feature Feb 1, 2010
Hyannis 4th Alarm Iron House Jan 26, 2010
Harwich Tribute to "Bobby J" Jan 2, 2010
Airport Crash Drill Oct 22, 2009
BMA Drill Sept 24, 2009
Hyannis Baxter Rd Laundry W/F Sept 8, 2009
Communication Center Aug 11, 2009
Nicholas Xiarhos July 31, 2009
Yarmouth 3rd Alarm Knob Hill July 10, 2009
Hawaii Trip May 3,
Hawaii Fire Depts
May 3, 2009
Wellfleet HQ Open March 26, 2009
Animal Hospital 3rd Alarm March 9, 2009
Lakeville Fire March 3, 2009
Mashpee Condo Fire Nov 24, 2008
EDS Drill Nov 14, 2008
September 11, 2001 Remembered 2008
Aug 13, 2008
Hyannis Fire Winter Street July 13, 2008
OTIS TFFT Apparatus July 2008
Cotuit Fire Chiefs July 2008
Military Reservation Fire Dept July 2008
IHOP Fire May 23, 2008
Harwich Oil Tanker Crash May 14, 2008
Falmouth Fatal Deer Run May 17, 2008
Mashpee Brush Fire April 17, 2008
House Fire Currier Road Apr 16, 2008
Headquarters Ground Breaking March 6, 2008
New Plymouth Fire Chief Dec 1, 2007
Bob Crocker Nov 25, 2007
Bourne 5th Alarm Mezza Luna Restaurant Oct 20, 2007
District 100th Anniversary Oct 14, 2007
Sandwich Lt. David Boles Sept 15, 2007
Otis Second Alarm - Aug 5, 2007
Baltimore Firehouse Expo 2007 - Aug 1, 2007
Update of Fireboats
Pages Aug 1, 2007
New Otis Fire HQ / County Comm Center July 11, 2007
Provincetown Fishing Boat Fire June 29, 2007
Charleston Nine Tribute June 24, 2007
CIEMSS Awards May 24,
Falmouth Decon Training May 2007
Barnstable County Fire & Rescue Academy Training May 2007
Centerville House Fire May 14, 2007
Barnstable High School Docudrama May 2, 2007
West Falmouth House Fire - April 16, 2007
Mutual Aid To Nantucket Brush Fire - April 1, 2007
Rochester Fire March 29, 2007
2007 Chili Challenge Mar 11, 2007
Boston 6 Alarm Fire, Endicott St, North End Feb 22, 2007
Bourne 2nd Alarm Chickadee Lane, Feb 8, 2007
Bourne House Fire Easting Road Feb 7, 2007
Barnstable Jan 1, 2007 Splash
Bourne 2nd Alarm House Fire Nov 23, 2006
Mashpee Medflight Nov 21, 2006
Mashpee House fire Main Street Nov 17, 2006
Bourne 1939 Buffalo Engine 3 Oct 8, 2006
Harwich 1928 Maxim Engine 1 Oct 6, 2006
Falmouth Boat Fire Sept 4, 2006
COMM 2nd Alarm Fatal Fire June 21, 2006
COMM Medflight July 7, 2006
Plymouth-Wareham Brush Fires May 7, 2006
Sandwich Fire Tower Visit April 2006
Dennis 2nd Alarm House fire April 2, 2006
Plymouth County Brush Breaker Drill Feature April 2, 2006
Nantucket Ladder Truck Arrives March 28, 2006
West Barnstable Medflight March 28, 2006
Eastham Ship Wreck March 27, 2006
Taunton General Alarm Fire March 19, 2006
Mashpee 2nd Alarm March 1, 2006
Bourne House fire February 26, 2006
Falmouth House of Pizza Nov 27, 2005
Osterville 3rd Alarm Nov 4, 2005
Hyannis 2nd Alarm Rte 132 Nov 4, 2005
Centerville House Fire Oct 13, 2005
Chief Peterson Memorial
Oct 1, 2005
School Bus Accident Cotuit Sept 22, 2005
Ambulance Accidents & Problems Sept 2005
Kids Day - August 6, 2005
- July 6, 2005
June 25, 2005
West Barnstable 2nd Alarm Motel June 13, 2005
Sandwich House Fire June 9, 2005
Marstons Mills Fire
Plymouth and Barnstable Brush Fires
Hyannis Structure Fire Barnstable Road April 2005
New Mashpee Breaker 354 April
Nantucket FD Apparatus changes Mar 2005
WBFD Chief Jenkins Retires Mar 2005
Orleans Ambulance Accident Mar 2005
New Mashpee Run Cards
Plymouth Station 5 Shutdown Feb 2005
LET US NOT
The Worcester Six
December 3, 1999
June 18, 2007
August 29, 2007
FF Paul J. Cahill - E30
FF Warren J. Payne - L25
January 9, 2009
LT. KEVIN KELLY
Capt Robert W. Johnson
Dec. 26, 2009
FF Dana "Danny" Clough
Oct 19, 2011
FF JON D. DAVIES
December 8, 2011
Jan 23, 2013
Yarnell Hill, AZ
Granite Mountain Hot Shots
June 30, 2013
Onset Fire Chief
Howard B. "Howie" Andersen
Retired in September 2013 and passed away Oct 4, 2013.
298 Beacon St, Boston
March 26, 2014
Lt Edward Walsh E33
FF Michael Kennedy L15
Horace Manley "Gus"
Passed away September 19,
The first permanent
firefighter in Osterville.
Founding member IAFF Local 2346.
33 Year career COMM FD.
My mentor, Best Man, Neighbor.
Semper Fi Marine
Firefighter - Dispatcher
Passed away Oct 9, 2014
Charter member Hyannis IAFF Local 2172
32 Year member retired 2002
"KCD 454 Clear"
BRETT D. GRANDAW
Former Firefighter / Paramedic
Hyannis FD, Age 55, November 18, 2015.
23 years with Hyannis FD
and 17 years with FEMA Team.
William E. "Billy"
Retired Barnstable Fire Fighter
Past President IAFF 3276
Age 56, Passed away Dec 31, 2015
Retired COMM Senior Private.
Passed away from Cancer
Sept 8, 2016
SEPTEMBER 11. 2001
ALL THOSE WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE
SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
The World Trade Center towers from Liberty Island, summer 2001.
TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT WHAT HAPPENED THAT DAY.
What have we as a fire
service learned about the collapses of the
two 100 story twin towers and the 47 story WTC Building 7 that day?
CHECK OUT THESE LINKS 10
LISTEN TO THE FDNY AUDIO
TAPES OF THAT DAY
FDNY Live Audio Tapes of 9/11
REVIEW THIS VIDEO OF THE
EVENTS THAT DAY
September 11th Revisited - Full Movie
FIREFIGHTERS FOR 911 TRUTH .ORG
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REMEMBER ALL THE MEN AND WOMEN
PROTECTING OUR FREEDOM
COUNTRY BIKE RIDE
HE MADE IT!
Crazy Guy on a Bike
Check out Retired Falmouth FD
Lieutenant Joel Carlisle's
2012 Coast to Coast Bike Ride!
Joel set out from Cape Cod on April 25, 2012
and rode his bike over 4,414 miles
reaching the west coast and the Pacific Ocean at Oregon on
July 10, 2012!
His daily logs and photos of his progress
are fun to read.
Welcome Home Joel!
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