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Atlanta Professional Fire Fighters

Local 134 members working on their professional development with secondary degrees. Thank you Atlanta Fire Rescue Foundation for being a supporter of our members. ... See MoreSee Less

Friends of Atlanta Firefighters, please come out and support Captain Skinny Vincent Tierney of DeKalb County Fire. A strong family man and valiant public servant. Long road of recovery ahead for him and his family. ... See MoreSee Less

Friends of Atlanta Firefighters, please come out and support Captain Skinny Vincent Tierney of DeKalb County Fire. A strong family man and valiant public servant. Long road of recovery ahead for him and his family.

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Atlanta Professional Fire Fighters

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Celebrating Black History Month by Honoring the Bravest Men to join the AFRD. The first 16 men to break the color barrier in Atlanta. Assigned to Fire Station 16, these men reported for duty on April 1, 1963. “First in Courage, Last in Fear.” ... See MoreSee Less

Celebrating Black History Month by Honoring the Bravest Men to join the AFRD. The first 16 men to break the color barrier in Atlanta. Assigned to Fire Station 16, these men reported for duty on April 1, 1963. “First in Courage, Last in Fear.”
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The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery. It is a safe haven for members to talk with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges.

https://www.iaffrecoverycenter.com

Atlanta Professional Firefighters Local 134 is proud to currently represent over 600 Firefighters and Paramedics that protect and serve the residents and visitors of the City of Atlanta.

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Friends of Atlanta Firefighters, please come out and support Captain Skinny Vincent Tierney of DeKalb County Fire. A strong family man and valiant public servant. Long road of recovery ahead for him and his family.
Celebrating Black History Month by Honoring the Bravest Men to join the AFRD. The first 16 men to break the color barrier in Atlanta. Assigned to Fire Station 16, these men reported for duty on April 1, 1963. “First in Courage, Last in Fear.”
For those of you following the suspension of AFRD Captain Dwyer, please tune into the Mike Brooks Show, The Talk of Atlanta, today at 2 pm. http://WTZA.net 102.1 FM 1010 AM Call-in and share your thoughts. (678)996-1776
This is Captain Borgen “Bo” Johnson with Fire Engine 20 in SW Atlanta. Captain Johnson and his crew responded to an apartment fire with victims trapped. Captain Johnson entered the second floor of the burning apartment building to rescue a mother of two young children. He shared his mask and air with the terrified mother while he quickly got her out of the apartment fire and back to her children. Please view the news clip below. City of Atlanta Fire Rescue Department City of Atlanta Government International Association of Fire Fighters Atlanta Fire Rescue FoundationAtlanta Fire Report https://www.wsbtv.com/video/?id=4824976
Merry Christmas and a happy holiday season from your first responders
September 11 will forever be a difficult day in America. The Fire service will be forever impacted. God Bless the families that have been forever changed. The Atlanta Professional Fire Fighters will honor the actions of the FDNY, NYPD, Port Authority, and NY EMTs through our dedication to the fire profession and our commitment to our citizens.
With deep sorrow and grief we are announcing the passing of AFRD Captain Greg Wise (50 y/o). Captain Wise spent 27 years in service of the City of Atlanta with the Fire and Rescue Department. Captain Wise is known as a fireman that enjoyed a good fire attack and always placed rescuing citizens above his own safety. Captain Wise trained his firefighters to the highest standards. He left the department better than he found it. His career was cut short after being diagnosed with stomach cancer in 2018. On July 22, 2019; Captain Greg Wise battle against cancer came to an end. Captain Wise was surrounded by his loving family as he passed. He loved his wife Kristy, daughter Addie, and son Colton with all of his heart.
WSB-TV Story on Firefighter and EMT shortage in Georgia. City of Atlanta is not immune. There are currently over 200+ field vacancies with the Atlanta Fire Department. Attached is the current pay structure for Atlanta Firefighters. https://www.wsbtv.com/news/2-investigates/shortage-of-emergency-workers-across-georgia-the-price-of-low-pay/947924244
On this day April 1, 1963, these courageous men broke the color barrier with Atlanta Fire and Rescue Department. The men completed their training and were assigned to Station 16 on then Simpson Rd NW (J. E. Boone Blvd). These men created the Station 16 Company motto, “First in Courage Last in Fear”. Inspiring generations of future Atlanta Firefighters. City of Atlanta GovernmentAtlanta Fire Rescue Foundation City of Atlanta Fire Rescue DepartmentKeisha Lance BottomsAtlanta City Council
Friends of Atlanta Firefighters, Get your Official Local 134 St Patrick Day T-shirt. All sizes available. A few shirts left over from St. Patrick’s Day 2019. $25 for Blue $20 for white Proceeds from shirt sales goes to our Firefighter Health and Wellness Fund, used to assist sick and injured Atlanta Firefighters. Email: atlantalocal134@gmail.com to place an order. City of Atlanta Government Atlanta Fire Rescue Foundation Nine Line Apparel Atlanta St. Patrick's Day City of Atlanta Fire Rescue Department
Celebrating the life of a Civil Rights leader and a leader of the Labor movement.
Atlanta Fire and Rescue is taking applications. We’ve got over 200+ vacancies. Should be a no brainer for anyone interested in the fire profession. Apply at: www.atlantafirerescue.com
Please make sure you set your clocks back and check you smoke alarm. If you are unable to check your alarm or need one, contact you locale fire station and we will be happy to help you out.
Please be careful when traveling this evening. Watch out for the little ghosts and goblins.
If you are going out trick or treating tonight, please make sure you keep the little ones safe.....If your out driving, watch out for the kiddos......
Reminding everyone October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!!!!
Happy Father's Day to all the fathers out there!!!!!!
Please enjoy your cookouts and your family gatherings but take a minute to remember who this day is for.
HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY to all the Moms out there!!
We struggle everyday to live up to his dream. On the 50th anniversary of MLK's death, we ask that everyone try to be a little kinder and have more understanding for our fellow man.
Thank you LuRusso Law Firm for your support of our 2018 Firefighter Appreciation Event.
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