Figured some of you guys may be interested in this:

Available From FSP Books and Video www.fire-police-ems.com

FDNY OPERATIONAL REFERENCE, 5th ed.,
James S. Griffiths, 2003

Can the BEST FDNY reference get better? You bet!

Jim Griffiths has just produced the latest edition of what is
unquestionably "the mother of all FDNY references".

This edition is distributed to headquarters staff, all chief officer
commands, and all fire companies.

It covers engine, ladder, and rescue/squad operations; includes
chief officer operations, training, and statistics; explains foam,
hazmat, marine, collapse, pipeline, and airport operations; provides
details of dispatch operations, alarm assignment, and radio
procedures.

It also lists apparatus assignment for each company and unit;
includes an overview of EMS operations and shows ambulance
deployment, and much, much more!

Topics which have additions or significant changes from the previous
edition:
McKinsey Report on FDNY World Trade Center operations
Updated Headquarters and field organizational charts portraying
current headquarters staffing and the newly activated Borough
Commands
Data reflects units activated and disbanded since 9/11/01
Updated borough maps
New UHF tactical radio systems
Revised alarm assignments
Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction threats, including
Operations in Bio-Hazard Areas, planned expansions of Hazmat
responsibilities by designated ladder companies, new training
programs, and implementation of new incident command facilities and
procedures.
Revised Foam Operations procedures
Updated listing of all ladders, pumpers, and special unit apparatus
Updated fire response statistics

8 1/2" x 11", 233 pages, B&W photos, spiral bound, BF1115 / $29.95