FirefighterToolbox Podcast/ Internet Radio Show Episode #12
Interview with Battalion Chief Mike Meyers
About this Episode:
Battalion Chief Mike Meyers meets with David to discuss what the biggest lesson he learned from 9/11 was. He shares about what it was like being there, what he did and how many days he was there.
He also explains what it takes to be a great firefighter and leader in the fire service today and shares his experiences of being a Battalion Chief in Times Square, NY where every year the Ball is dropped on New Year’s Eve.
Battalion Chief Meyers talks about interacting with celebrities and sports figures like New York Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman.
This and more.
About Battalion Chief Mike Meyers:
Battalion Chief Meyers has spent 22 years with FDNY. In that time he has served 6 of those years as a Battalion Chief in Times Square B-9, 5 years as a Captain in Ladder 4 (Times Square), 2 years as a Lieutenant in Ladder 11 (Lower East Side, Manhattan), 2 years as a firefighter on Rescue 4 (Queens) and 7 years as a firefighter on Ladder 175 in East NY (Brownsville Brooklyn).
About the FirefighterToolbox Podcast/Internet Radio Show
The FirefighterToolbox Podcast/Internet Radio Show is audio program for up and coming firefighters and leaders who want to become better at the ever evolving skill of firefighting and to continue growing into a better leader. We interview great firefighters and officers and others who can bring great ideas, insights and information and share it with us so we can take our skills to the next level. New episodes every Tuesday. (Most listen to it on the commute to work, working out, doing chores or as a company training.)
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