The magazine of the photo-essay
March 2018 back issue
American Firefighter
“A free, really high quality photo-essay magazine.  Fabulous!” Stephen Fry. British actor, writer and film maker
by Paul Mobley
Paul Mobley has taken his camera on the road again to photograph America’s bravest citizens. In this collection of intimate and powerful photographic portraits, we get a glimpse of what it means to answer the call and run toward danger. In American Firefighter  stunning portraits of these brave men and women—chief fire officers, company and wildland crew leaders, instructors, and volunteer firefighters —are accompanied by firsthand accounts of those who put it all on the line.
Rochelle “Rocky” Jones,  FDNY Battalion Chief (ret’d), New York, NY.
John C. Morrison, Fire Chief, Vienna Volunteer Fire Department. Vienna, Virginia.
Joseph & John Halas. Captain and Lieutenant, Danbury Fire Department, Danbury, Connecticut
Brian Turcotte,  Firefighter/Instructor, Hopelawn Engine Company No.1, Hopelawn, New Jersey.
Joseph M. Cruzan, Jr, Fire Chief, Schererville Fire Department, Schererville, Indiana.
Kent, Kyle & Kristopher Denlinger,  Firefighters/Paramedics, Kettering Fire Department,  Kettering, Ohio.
Michele Fitzsimmons, Captain, Fire Department City of New York (FDNY)  New York, NY.
Stanley Barnes, Hazardous Materials Coordinator/Inspector/Senior Firefighter, Farmington Hills Fire Department, Farmington Hills, Michigan.
John Zellmann, Chief, Turners Falls Fire Department, Montague, Massachusetts.
Rob Hill, Emergency Management Director, Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Chad Fisher, National Park Service Wildland Fire Operations Program Leader and Firefighter, National Interagency Fire Center, Boise, Idaho.
Kiohud Sanderson, Captain, Gila River Fire Department Gila. River Indian Community, Arizona.
Mario Montero, Captain, St. Louis Fire Department , St. Louis, Missouri.
Rob Hill, Emergency Management Director, Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Tim Sandifer, Captain, Anaheim Fire and Rescue Department Anaheim, California.
Colleen Walz, Fire Chief, St. Johns Fire District Johns Island, South Carolina.
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