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Two JFRD ladder truck crews prepare to display a huge U.S. Flag at TIAA sports complex.
U.S. Flag Display at TIAA Field near Memorial Wall
Photo of JFRD Ladder 50 Aerial Device d
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Panoramic Photo of Multi-Alarm Fire at Night
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JFRD Squad 12 at Overnight Fire
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City of Jacksonville Officials Cut the Ribbon and officially open Fire Station 61.
Ribbon Cutting at Fire Station 61
Photo of firefighters in bunker gear and face masks outside Fire Station 28
FS 28 Exterior (Crew in Masks)
Group of Firefighters at JFRD Fallen Firefighter Ceremony December 2019
JFRD Fallen Firefighter Ceremony December 2019
JFRD rescue personnel caring for patient at a vehicle accident
Firefighters on scene at vehicle accident on interstate
Firefighters hydrating after a structure fire.
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Class photo of JFRD Recruits
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Ribbon Cutting for Fire Station 73
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Old Rescue 10 in 2019 Beaches Parade
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JFRD Ladder 1 at Nighttime Fire
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JFRD Marine Boat 39 in the Atlantic Ocean near Mayport
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Ladder 4 Old and Ladder 4 New in front of Fire Station 4
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New Rescue 37 at Station 37
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Photo of Marine 1 Fireboat
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Overnight Fire Suppression Operations
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Recruit Class 119 at Graduation Ceremony
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Recruit Class 3-17 is posing for a photo at Mayport Naval Station
Recruit Class 3-17
Engine 58 visits a daycare.
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JFRD Marine Units in St. Johns River
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