When Jeanne’s husband Ralph, a Firefighter III with the LAFD, died unexpectedly in 2009, she discovered the lengths to which the Relief Association and the Widows, Orphans & Disabled Firemen’s Fund would go for the families of firefighters.
The Relief Association values your membership and is dedicated to providing you with the best services possible. Once a year, all active-duty Relief Association members will see a $36 annual assessment on their paychecks. This small fee is used to keep your member benefits and services going strong and is part of your membership agreement. [...]
Civilians aren’t always aware how of much the ability to cook is a point of pride for firefighters. Meals at the station mean that firefighters are well aware of each other’s culinary prowess. If a firefighter can’t cut it in the kitchen, he’s sure to get an earful from everyone on his shift. Martin Gutierrez, [...]
Things were looking a little “iffy” this year for the Buzzard Bait event, with new management at Ocotillo Wells State Off Road Park, but we were able to change the dates
A member of the Los Angeles Fire Department received this year’s California State Firefighters Association Training Officer of the Year Award on Tuesday, February 18, 2014.
LAFD families are needed to host teenagers from Berlin, Germany who will be visiting SoCal in July. The visitors are all children of Berlin Fire Department firefighters.