Sometimes people will catch a member of the Los Angeles Fire Department in a moment of deep introspection. While our rare quiet moments could have us thinking of many things, there are some people who are always on our mind. They of course, are the men and women of our Armed Forces.
While there is precious little we as Firefighters can say or do to help them overseas, we always want them to know that we are here to protect their loved ones and respect their fallen colleagues.
And so it was this weekend, in a story you won't read in the paper or see on the evening news: The homecoming of Petty Officer James Suh.
Sunday, July 31, 2005 | Posted by LAFD Media and Public Relations
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