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FIOANH is a not-for-profit association.  Our mission focuses on improving firefighter safety through training and education.  While we are not a labor organization or IAFF affiliate, we would like to extend our gratitude to and for their support of our mission in hosting our website.

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Welcome to the on-line home of the Fire Instructors and Officers Association of New Hampshire!  Please check back often as we are working to update the website and add resources for our members!

"From the Jump Seat to the Front Seat" Seminar
100 Attendees took leadership lessons from Winter Park, FL Division Chief Jimm Walsh, owner of
First Due Decisions for Truck Co. Officers
FDNY Lt. Mike Ciampo discusses first due strategic & tactical decisions.
Engine Co. Tactics
Students operate a handline under the guidance of FDNY Lt. Ray McCormack.
2009 John T. Ayers Instructor of the Year Award
Director Richard Mason & Past President Scott Carrigan present Capt. Joe Butts with the 2009 Fire Instructor of the Year Award.
Ground Ladder Victim Removal
FDNY Lt. Mike Ciampo instructs First Due Decisions for Truck Co. Officers students.
Ground Ladder Victim Removal
Students participate in practical drills rescuing a vicitm threatening to jump from an upper floor window.
Engine Co. Tactics
President Bolduc demonstrates various methods of packing and deploying high rise hose packs.
What's New at FIOANH
4th Annual NH 9-11 Stair Climb

The Board of Directors and the Stair Climb Planning Committee would like to thank each and every supporter, volunteer, and climber who made the 4th Annual NH 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb an overwhelming success.

The 264 climbers raised over $10,000 to support the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation!

A special thanks to Brady Sullivan Properties, Team Nissan, and The Derryfield Restaurant for your support.  And a huge thank you goes to Sharon Campbell for her tireless efforts behind the scenes!

Again, thank you to everyone who participated and once again helped us show that the New  Hampshire fire service will never forget our 343 FDNY brothers who gave their all on September 11, 2001!

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