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Gettin' Salty Experience Firefighter Podcast

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    GETTIN' SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep. 208 | FF BILL LARSEN

    11 GIU 2024 · GETTIN’ SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep.208 : Our special guest will be 30 year DC and FDNY veteran FF Bill Larsen. He was a volunteer from 1972 thru 1978. He Joined the DCFD in 1978 and was assigned to Engine 22 and 11 Truck and worked there until 1982. He joined the FDNY in January 1982 and was assigned to Engine 305 in Queens. He Transferred to Engine 60 in the Bronx in December 1982. He transferred to 17 truck across the floor in 1985 and worked there until his retirement in 2002. We will get the whole skinny. You don’t want to miss this one. Join us at the kitchen table on the BEST FIREFIGHTER PODCAST ON THE INTERNET! You can also Listen to our podcast ...we are on all the players #lovethisjob #GiveBackMoreThanYouTake #Oldschool #greenberet
    2 h 3 min. 20 sec.
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    GETTIN' SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep.207 : CHICAGO FD | FF BILL HEENAN

    4 GIU 2024 · Our special guest will be 30 year Chicago FD veteran FF Bill Heenan. He was assigned to Engine 57 out of academy until 1990. He transferred to Engine 45 in 1990 thru 1999. Transferred to Engine 84 in 1999 until 2004. He transferred to Truck 20 in 2004 until 2008. Lastly transferred to Squad 5 in 2008 until his retirement in 2021. In 1996 he caught an 8 year old girl who jumped from the sixth story, using only one arm while climbing up the ladder. We will get the whole skinny from this jagoff... You don’t want to miss this one. Join us at the kitchen table on the BEST FIREFIGHTER PODCAST ON THE INTERNET! You can also Listen to our podcast ...we are on all the players #lovethisjob #GiveBackMoreThanYouTake #Oldschool #jagoff
    1 h 57 min. 43 sec.
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    GETTIN' SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep.206 | THE BEGINNING OF SQUAD 18

    31 MAG 2024 · Join us at the kitchen table on the BEST FIREFIGHTER PODCAST ON THE INTERNET. We will be joined by four Squad 18 charter members from 1998....Current FDNY Chief of Operations John Esposito, retired Battalion Chief Jerry Tracy, Battalion Chief Steve Mickiewicz and Battalion Chief Dan Murray. We will be goin waaaay back (not too far back) to the beginning of Squad 18 and how it was in those early years as a new squad. We will also be discussing its core duties including engine work, truck work, rescue operations and hazardous materials operations. You don’t want to miss this one. Be sure to Subscribe and Hit the Bell for your notifications. #backintheday #FDNY #firefighters #salty #gettinsalty #SQUAD #howmanyguyscanyoufitinthefirebuildingatleast5more 🤣
    1 h 56 min. 10 sec.
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    GETTIN' SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep.205 | FDNY FF JOSEPH BONANNO

    24 MAG 2024 · GETTIN’ SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep.205 : Our special guest will be 21 year FDNY veteran FF Joseph Bonanno. Joe’s father was a 34 year FDNY veteran firefighter in Engine 88 and Engine 306 as well as his brother Michael, also a firefighter in Engine 315, Engine 216 and Ladder 7. He was Appointed in May 1979, assigned Engine 319, Did a 2 month detail in Ladder 138 and then Ladder 151. In 1982 transferred to Ladder 129. In 1996 he again transferred to Ladder 152 and finished out his career and retired 2001. He is the author of The Healthy Firehouse Cook book in 1995, The Firehouse Grilling Cookbook in 1998, Monutza The Firefighting Elephant children's book in 2006, and American Firehouse Cuisine cookbook in 2011. He has appeared several times on “Live with Regis”, Martha Stewart, The Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS Saturday Morning, FOX N.Y. and many others. He has been featured in the New York Times, The Daily News, The NY Post, Eating Well and Bon Appetit. You don’t want to miss this one. Join us at the kitchen table on the BEST FIREFIGHTER PODCAST ON THE INTERNET! You can also Listen to our podcast ...we are on all the players #lovethisjob #GiveBackMoreThanYouTake #Oldschool
    2 h 18 min. 57 sec.
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    GETTIN' SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep.204 | LOUISVILLE METRO FD | FF BRYCE CARDEN

    21 MAG 2024 · Our special guest will be active 6-year veteran of the Louisville Metro Fire Department Firefighter Bryce Carden. He was one of the heroes that saved a woman from a cab, still attached to a tractor-trailer, that was dangling over the side of a bridge. Since his death-defying rescue 115ft above the Ohio River, his life has been a whirlwind of interviews and appearances. He has gotten much of the attention since the incident, but he has quickly praised the other guys at the incident from his department. “Everybody did their jobs that day. I’m still a new guy in the department. You’ve got guys that have been doing this stuff for fifteen, twenty years. I’m just getting started.” ... That's our kind of guy.... We will get the whole skinny... You don’t want to miss this one. Join us at the kitchen table on the BEST FIREFIGHTER PODCAST ON THE INTERNET! You can also Listen to our podcast ...we are on all the players #lovethisjob #GiveBackMoreThanYouTake #Oldschool #NotMebutWe
    1 h 36 min. 1 sec.
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    GETTIN SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep 203 | FDNY CAPT. MARIANNE MONAHAN

    11 MAG 2024 · GETTIN’ SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep.203 : Tomorrow Thursday May 9th at 8pm on our Youtube Channel. Our special guest will be 21 year FDNY veteran Capt. Marianne Monahan. She was appointed to FDNY in Sept.1982 and then assigned to E298. She worked there until her Promotion to Fire Marshall in March 1993. Promoted to LT in Sept. 1996 and covered in the 33 Battalion before being assigned to Engine 321. She helped write 2 Lt's tests and was recruited to work at FLIPS. She helped train over 600 LTs until 9/11. She was Promoted to Capt. in spring of 2002. She covered in the 14 division until her retirement in 2003. Capt. Monahan was a teacher in 1978 when her mother encouraged her to test for the FDNY after it began accepting women for the first time. She was among 41 women sworn in as the department’s first female probationary firefighters in September 1982. Her son Matthew Fiorito followed in his mothers footsteps joining the FDNY since 2018 and now works for the FDNY in Ladder 103. Join us at the kitchen table on the BEST FIREFIGHTER PODCAST ON THE INTERNET! You don’t want to miss this one. You can also Listen to our podcast ...we are on all the players https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/lovethisjob https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/givebackmorethanyoutake https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/oldschool
    1 h 49 min. 51 sec.
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    GETTIN SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep 202 | FDNY ASSISTANT CHIEF MIKE MEYERS

    7 MAG 2024 · GETTIN' SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep.202 : Our special guest will be Active 33 year FDNY veteran Assistant Chief, FDNY Chief of Safety Command, Operations Chief of the FDNY Incident Management Team Mike Meyers. He was appointed to FDNY in 1991. Assignments are as follows: -Ladder 175 –East NY & Brownsville Brooklyn (1991-1998) -Rescue Company 4 – Woodside Queens (1998-2001) -Ladder 11 - Lower East Side Manhattan LT (2001-2003) -Ladder 4 – Times Square NY Capt (2003-2007) -Battalion 9 – Times Square NY BC (2007-2017) -Deputy Chief -Executive Officer to the Chief of Safety (2017-2018) -FDNY Chief of Safety Command (2018-Present) -FDNY Liaison to NYC Office of Emergency Management (2023-Present) -FDNY Incident Management Team (2004-Present) -Bravest Football Club (1992-2003) During his career he has responded to many large scale operations. Here is just a sample.. 9/11 World Trade Center (2001) Hurricane Irene-NY, NY(2011) SuperStorm Sandy-NY, NY(2012) Hurricane Katrina-New Orleans, LA (2005) Hurricane Gustov- Baton Rouge, LA (2008) Con Edison Steam Explosion NY, NY (2007) Crane Collapse 1 & 2 NY, NY (2008) Miracle on the Hudson NY, NY (2009) Hurricane Harvey, Houston Texas (2017) Join us at the kitchen table on the BEST FIREFIGHTER PODCAST ON THE INTERNET! You don’t want to miss this one. You can also Listen to our podcast ...we are on all the players https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/lovethisjob https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/givebackmorethanyoutake https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/oldschool
    2 h 13 sec.
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    GETTIN SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep 201 | FDNY LADDER 54 FF TONY VAN BOMMEL

    3 MAG 2024 · GETTIN’ SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep. 201 Our special guest will be 84 YO and 21 year Veteran FDNY FF Tony Van Bommel. He was assigned to Proby school in late 1967 and assigned to Engine 302 in January 1968. He transferred to newly formed 2nd section, Ladder 103-2 in August 1968. He worked there until they were disbanded in 1974. He then transferred to Engine 328 until the fiscal crisis in 1975/76. He transferred to 96 Engine in the Bronx in 1976 for about a year before going across the floor to 54 truck where he worked for the remainder of his career retiring in 1989. WOW...😎🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 Join us at the kitchen table on the BEST FIREFIGHTER PODCAST ON THE INTERNET! You don’t want to miss this one. You can also Listen to our podcast ...we are on all the players https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/lovethisjob https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/givebackmorethanyoutake https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/oldschool https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/aintseennofire
    2 h 6 min. 20 sec.
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    GETTIN SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep 200 | FDNY HM1 FF PHIL MCARDLE

    30 APR 2024 · GETTIN’ SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep. 200 Our special guest will be 26 year Veteran FDNY FF Phil McCardle. Appointed to FDNY 6/26/1982 • Graduated from Probationary Fire School 8/5/1982. • Class Valedictorian • Given choice of assignment • Assigned Ladder 58 Bronx • Detailed to Engine 88 and & Engine 45 (60 days) as per Dept. policy. • Assigned Haz-Mat 1 9/22/1984. • Interviewed for position. • Selected because of Operating Engineer background. • National Fire Academy (1986) • Adjunct Faculty LEAD Instructor • Course Developer / SME (subject matter expert) • Hazardous Materials Tactical Considerations • Hazardous Materials Operating Site Practices • Emergency Response to Terrorism ERT-Bacic Concepts • ERT- Tactical Considerations / ERT Company Officer / ERT- Incident Command • Detailed to Rescue Services (1993) • Worked for DC Jim Bullock developing Haz-Mat Training for HM-1 and Rescue Companies • Assigned to help start new Haz-Mat Operations Battalion with BC Tom Haring • Detailed to NYC Transit Authority (1995) • Assigned to develop an exercise to mimic the Tokyo SARIN event. • Developed exercise evaluation plan. • Coordinated multi-agency exercise in subway system. • Assigned to FEMA USAR NYTF-1 (1993) • Initial CORE Group member • Hazardous Materials Specialist • Logistics Specialist • Deployed Oklahoma City bombing • Atlanta Olympics • One hundred Year Association Award for Outstanding Public Service (1995) • Top city employee awarded $5,000.00. • Elected UFA Sgt. At Arms / Health & Safety Officer (2002-2005) • Returned to Haz-Mat 1 (2005) • Injured and forced to retire -March 2008 Phew I’m exhausted… We will get the whole skinny... You don’t want to miss this one. Join us at the kitchen table on the BEST FIREFIGHTER PODCAST ON THE INTERNET. You can also Listen to our podcast ...we are on all the players https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/lovethisjob https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/givebackmorethanyoutake https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/oldschool
    1 h 59 min. 11 sec.
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    GETTIN' SALTY EXPERIENCE PODCAST Ep. 199 | TRIBUTE TO CHIEF OF DEPARTMENT PETER GANCI

    26 APR 2024 · Our special guests will be 43 year FDNY veteran Deputy Chief Jay Jonas and Chief of Dept Ganci's son, FDNY Battalion Chief Chris Ganci. We will be paying Tribute to FDNY Chief of Dept, Peter Ganci Jr. who died on 9-11-01. Chief Ganci was 18 when he enlisted in the U.S. Army. It was 1965 and the Vietnam War was raging. He volunteered for “Airborne” and was later assigned to the famous 82nd Airborne unit. He would spend two years in the Army and attain the rank of Sargent. However, he was never deployed to Vietnam. He was appointed to the FDNY on September 14‚ 1968 and assigned as a firefighter to Engine 92 in the Bronx and then to 111 truck in Brooklyn. His climb to the top began as Lieutenant‚ Ladder 124‚ August 1977. While at Ladder 124‚ serving as a lieutenant‚ He was awarded the B.C. Frank Tuttlemondo medal in 1982 for performing an act of bravery and courage when he rescued a child from a burning apartment that was heavily engulfed in smoke‚ heat and fire. B.C. Robert Scalone of the 28th Battalion‚ after investigating this incident wrote‚ ‘without regard for his own safety‚ Ganci‚ with unerring skill and accuracy‚ moved into an atmosphere heavily charged with heat and smoke. If it were not for his quick‚ skillful actions‚ the rescued child would certainly have perished.’ When the incident was discussed with then Lt. Pete Ganci‚ he summed it all up very succinctly by saying‚ "When a firefighter realizes that someone is being robbed of life by fire‚ adrenalin and determination replace any thoughts of personal safety". It was this same determination that Chief Ganci‚ on September 11th as the Chief of Department‚ led and directed the most successful rescue operation of the modern era. Over 30‚000 people were saved because of Chief Ganci and his fellow firefighters. His career achievements included Captain‚ 1983; Battalion Chief‚ 1987; Deputy Chief 1993; Deputy Assistant Chief in charge of Bureau of Fire Investigation‚ 1994; Assistant Chief of Operations‚ 1996; Chief of operations 1997-99; Acting Chief of Department‚ 1998-99; and Chief of Department‚ October 1999 to September 11‚ 2001. Although Chief Pete will always be recognized for his distinguished accomplishments in the FDNY‚ his greatest legacy will live on through his Family. Pete Ganci‚ a loving husband to his wife Kathy‚ a devoted father to his children‚ Peter‚ Chris‚ and Danielle‚ will be remembered for his quick wit‚ his zest for life and his unforgettable smile. Remember WE HONOR the BRAVE men and women like Chief Ganci, who refused to quit; refused to retreat; and fought until the very end! https://www.youtube.com/gettinsaltyexperience
    2 h 18 min. 17 sec.

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If you like fires, drinking and ball breaking you will absolutely love our podcasts. We interview some of the greatest firefighters to ever work in the FDNY and across the country. We get them to tell us their stories and experiences through out their careers. You will feel like you are back in the kitchen. Join our hosts Lou Rufrano and Kevin Kubler (former 20+ year FDNY firefighters).. we are sure you won't be disappointed. Stay low and go!! #firefighter #fdny #oldschool
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