Dennis Smith is a former firefighter, a writer, and president of a company offering financial services to emergency services personnel. He is an advocate for firefighters in the United States. He served for 18 years (1963-1981) as a firefighter with the New York City Fire Department.
His experience and great reputation make him aware of the interests and concerns of fire and emergency departments and emergency professionals, particularly in the post 9/11 economic and political environment.
He has written several books about firemen, including Report from Engine Co. and Firefighting in America. He is also the author of the novels, The Final Fire, Glitter and Ash, and Steely Blue.
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