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I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to reads a book that they do not want to put down.
I hope that with the use of this book, I can inspire the same respect, compassion, and concern for human life in my students that Smith inspired in me so long ago.
During the tumultuous period of the 60s when author Dennis Smith wrote Report From Engine Company 82, the book was a cry for help from exhausted, frustrated men.
Awesome book! This is a classic and a wonderful read for anyone in emergency services. I've read it several times
Very well written. Dennis Smith is a fireman in New York City.
Most of his writing is from the heart.
SHIPPED PROMPTLY...ARRIVED GOOD CONDITION....GOOD VALUE...VERY PLEASEDPublished 2 months ago by ED FARENTINO
A great book. Shows the fire department from the inside. It isn't all fun, playing with the lights and sirens and sliding down the brass pole. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tracy Jillard
Report from Engine Co. 82 is a great book not only for us who have a Firefighter background but for anyone who wants to know how it is with the FDNY. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JAMES M ALLISON
Love this book about some of the roughest fire years and busiest fire years in NYC. I would highly recommend this book.Published 4 months ago by Aidan
Smith's reportage is the classic account of urban firefighting, written with both raw emotion and great restraint. Read morePublished 5 months ago by B. D. Works