Instructor Mike Perrone

My name is Mike Perrone. I retired from the FDNY back in November of 2014 with 33 years of service in the department. I retired out of the "EAST NEW YORK TRUCKIN CO" Ladder 175 East New York Brooklyn, where I served the last 25 years of my FDNY career. In September of 1981 I started my career in a Great Engine company, Engine 236, also located in East New York Brooklyn. I then transferred in April of 1989 to what I believed at the time, and still believe even more so to this day, is the very best Truck Co on the job, Ladder 175. I thank God and consider myself truly blessed to have had the opportunity to serve in two of the very best fire company's in the FDNY. I wish everyone reading this could have the same good fortune that I have had fighting fires along side of some of the greatest firefighters and friends anyone could ever ask for.

May God bless and protect you all.

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• Mike is a retired member of the FDNY with 33-Years of service retiring out of Ladder 175 in East New York Brooklyn.

• Lead instructor at Firehouse Innovations LI Training Facility

• 5+ years teaching FDIC H.O.T. Forcible Entry classes.

• Past Instructor at FDNY Fire Academy, Probationary Firefighters School.

• Set the current curriculum for FDNY Mobile Forcible Entry Class as well as Probationary schools FE training program.

• Forcible Entry Instructor to the U.S. Navy Seals Breacher Instructors at their Breacher class at Fort A.P. Hill, VA on 02/14/12

• Forcible Entry Instructor for U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Berets) Squad at FDNY Academy on 03/16/13

• Held dozens of FE classes for numerous paid and volunteer departments all over the U.S. over the past 8 years.

• Designed and created the Multi-Force Forcible Entry training door with over 2,600 doors in circulation world-wide.

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