04/27/11 192 W, 1 I - + 3 - 2 April Episode of FireWatch

The April 2011 episode of the Raleigh Fire Department's cable television series FireWatch features an appearance by Yours Truly. This month's episode is about the Raleigh Fire Department Historical Society, the museum we're preparing to open at the training center, and the department's collection of antique apparatus at Station 28.1

In addition to Mr. Blogger, cleverly disguised as department historian Mike Legeros, the episode also stars Battalion Chief Alan Walters and Asst. Fire Marshal/Fire Protection Engineer Tim Henshaw. The three are also founding members of the historical society. They are interviewed by Deputy Fire Marshal/Fire Educator Ronald Campbell.

FireWatch airs on the RTN-11 cable television channel on Monday (12:30 p.m.) Friday (11:00 a.m.), Saturday (11:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m.) and Sunday (2:30 p.m., 8:30 a.m.) Watch the episode, or click the image below showing the scary guy with the wild hair.


1Speaking of history, also check out the February episode of FireWatch. Retired Lt. Welton Jones, Lt. Randy Harrington, and Firefighter First Class Glenn Todd were interviewed for Black History Month. They discussed the department's diversity, and the history of the city's first black firefighters. Good stuff.

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