The Boston Fire Museum, owned and operated by the Boston Sparks Association, has occupied the old firehouse at 344 Congress St, Boston, since 1983. The goal of the Museum is to preserve and display fire fighting memorabilia from the Greater Boston area, educate and inform the general public on fire safety, restore and maintain the “Landmark” building we occupy, and to support the fire service in general.
IFBA – International Association of Fire Buffs
The International Association of Fire Buffs is organized to serve as a common ground for Fire Buffs, active in promoting the general welfare of Fire Departments, allied emergency services, their officers and members.
Boston Fire Department
Official site of the BFD, Established in 1678 provides fire, rescue, and first responder emergency medical services to the citizens of Boston, Massachusetts.
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Boston Firefighters Local 718
Boston firefighters are dedicated to the advancement of the moral, economic, and social standing of the members of the Boston Fire Department in keeping with the dignity of their heroic calling.”
Boston Fire Historical Society
The Boston Fire Historical Society is a tax exempt, non-profit organization. It is an all-volunteer association seeking to preserve and catalog the many historical records of the Boston Fire Department for research and educational purposes.
Massachusetts Department of Fire Services
The mission of the Department of Fire Services is to promote and enhance firefighter safety through policy and training, to assist and support the fire service community in protecting the lives and property of the citizens and to direct policy and legislation on all fire related matters.
Box 41 Associates
The Box 41 Associates were founded in 1914, on the 25th anniversary of the first Great Lynn Fire. The original members were veteran firefighters who had fought this blaze, which consumed much of the downtown area. Today, members include current and retired Lynn firefighters and officers, members of surrounding departments, and buffs
Brockton Fire Museum
The Brockton Fire Museum was constructed for the purpose of preserving the proud history of fire fighting in the Brockton area. There is also a touching memorial dedicated to the memory of the 13 Brockton firemen who were killed in the Strand Theater disaster in 1941 – the most firemen killed in a building fire in the nation’s histor
SOCIETY for the PRESERVATION & APPRECIATION of ANTIQUE MOTOR FIRE APPARATUS in AMERICA or S.P.A.A.M.F.A.A.. is an organization of over three thousand members and over fifty Chapters. Their membership is located all over the globe but primarily in the United States. Ownership of an antique piece of fire apparatus is not a requirement of membership
Providence Citywide Fire Network
The main purpose of Providence Citywide is to act as a fire and emergency notification network for Rhode Island, nearby Southern Mass., and Southeastern CT areas. They currently operate 2 repeaters in the UHF range. Main Channel 462.400 – OPS 452.825, PCFN operates 24 Hours a day 7 days a week. They also assist the busy Canteen Units that are operated by the Special Signal Fire Association..
Firemen’s Association of the State of New York (FASNY)
The Mission of FASNY is: to maintain, support and serve the Volunteer Fire Service of New York, its firefighters, and the public they protect through education, legislation, communication, recognition and community service. To provide a haven at our Firemen’s Home for our volunteer firefighters. We will accomplish this mission by building camaraderie among the members and forming positive partnerships with related organizations
FASNY Museum of Firefighting
The FASNY Museum of Firefighting was built on the grounds of the Firemen’s Home in 1925 to safeguard the long and exciting heritage of firefighting in New York State which is documented back as early as 1648 when Peter Stuyvesant appointed four fire wardens to inspect the wooden chimneys of the houses of New Amsterdam. From that point forward, volunteers have banded together to offer mutual aid in an effort to thwart any disaster. Our museum depicts the history of firefighting in a moving tribute to those brave men and women who have served their communities. Observe floor-to-ceiling displays of historic paintings, dramatic photos, badges, helmets, torches and antique toys. Our staff and retired volunteer firefighter tour guides will be pleased to show you around!
Orange County (NY) Fire Museum
In 1996 a county-wide group of fire commissioners, chiefs, volunteer and professional firefighters decided honor the over 200 years of firefighting heritage in their area by creating a County Firefighters Museum. The Orange County Fire Museum (OCFM) is housed in an old firehouse in the village of Montgomery, NY and contains a large number of interesting and well done exhibits. The site is situated in an historic district
The New York City Fire Museum
New York, NY
The New York City Fire Museum holds an impressive collection of fire related art and artifacts from the late 18th century to the present. Among its holdings are painted leather buckets, helmets, parade hats and belts, lanterns and tools, pre Civil War hand pumped fire engines, horse drawn vehicles and early motorized apparatus. The museum is located in a renovated 1904 firehouse at 278 Spring Street in the SoHo district of Manhattan.
The Mesothelioma Group’s mission is to provide the most up-to-date information and resources for firefighters, their family members, and others who have been exposed to asbestos. Firefighters are at a greater risk for mesothelioma cancer and other asbestos-related diseases due to firefighters’ contact with asbestos commonly used in older homes and buildings. The Mesothelioma Group is dedicated to helping firefighters and providing support in any way possible.
Mesothelioma Prognosis Network
MesotheliomaPrognosis.com is dedicated to providing free information and resources to those affected by mesothelioma cancer.
Rehab Five Welcome to the Official Website of Community Service Emergency Rehab Ltd. or Rehab-Five as we are commonly known. This website has been designed to show you who it is we are and exactly what we do. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to Contact Us. We hope you enjoy the site and get a better understanding of how Rehab Units work into the Fire Service. http://www.rehabfive.org/