The Fire Scene: Company Officer Skills: Setting the Tone for Your Crew

When we talk about “setting the tone,” we’re talking about how someone can create a mood or attitude among a group of people. Of course, the people I’m talking about are firefighters and although just about anybody can set the tone, it is the...


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Pete Lund died in the line of duty on June 14, 2005, at the age of 54. He suffered a heart attack while responding as the officer on his volunteer fire department’s heavy rescue to a house fire. He had recently retired from the FDNY. His account of 9/11, “It Took a Lot of Courage,” is featured in the book WTC: In Their Own Words by Harvey Eisner and published by Cygnus. n