IAFF Fallen Fire
The 2007 IAFF Fallen Fire Fighter
Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, September
Click here to register online.
The mission of the IAFF Fallen Fire
Fighter Memorial, which is located in the shadow of
Pike’s Peak, is to honor the sacrifice made by IAFF
members who serve as professional fire fighters and
emergency medical personnel who have given their
lives in the line of duty.
Since its creation in 1976, the
names of fallen IAFF members have been engraved into
wall of honor
located behind the memorial. The organization also
provides assistance to surviving families and serves
as a public reminder of the risks fire fighters take
The IAFF will ensure that the
ceremony remains an uplifting one for the families,
friends and loved ones, and that it celebrates the
lives, heroism and accomplishments of our union’s
bravest of the brave.
The IAFF has prepared a video
presentation summarizing all the events and
activities leading up to the Memorial Service. The
video will be sent to all families and local union
presidents in jurisdictions that experienced or
line-of-duty death during the past year (June 2006 -
June 2007). It is also
available to review on line.
Select and click the appropriate
icon below to Watch the Memorial Video rHigh
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All IAFF members attending are
encouraged to wear their uniforms (preferably Class
A (dress) uniforms), register and make hotel
reservations as soon as possible.
For more information: Write to the
IAFF Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial Office at 1750 New
York Avenue, NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 2006 or visit the Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial
section of the IAFF web site.
Click here for On-Line Store
for Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial