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The Maltese Cross...Or Is It the St. Florian Cross?

The Red White and Blue Fire Museum

Fire-Dex: Celebrating 30 Years

On April 27, 1983, when stamps were .20 cents and gas was only $1.25/gallon, Fire-Dex opened in Cleveland Ohio, under the name National Safety Apparel. Thirty years later, Fire-Dex is serving the international firefighter community as a top provider of head-to-toe turnout gear with continued

Fallen Firefighters Honored in Emmitsburg, MD

A seven-foot stone monument was constructed in 1981 in Emmitsburg, Maryland to honor the brave men and women who lost their lives to protect their community. The monument features a sculpted Maltese Cross, the traditional symbol of the fire service. There is an engraved plaque on the monument that

Fire-Dex Receives 2013 Leading EDGE Award for Value Creation in Northeast Ohio

Medina, Ohio - June, 2013

Brave Little Cooper Dewitt

Meet Paul Merryman Our Fire-Dex Sales Rep of the Month

Paul Merryman is our Sales Rep of the month.  Paul works for Fire Safety Services - a long time Fire-Dex dealer in Huntsville, Ohio.  Paul's territory covers central Ohio which provides him plenty of opportunities to promote the Fire-Dex products, which he does with passion. Paul lives outside of

International Firefighters' Day - May 4th

May 4 is International Firefighters’ Day (IFFD).  All are invited to remember the past firefighters who have lost their lives while serving their community.

Facts and History of the New York City Fire Museum

The Boston Fire Museum

The Boston Fire Museum is located at 34 Congress Street in Boston, Massachusetts in an old firehouse. The Museum not only educates and informs the general public about fire safety but it preserves firefighting memorabilia and supports the fire service.

  

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