Eastern Awarded NYC Firefighter Plate

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Monday, April 21, 2014
From left to right: Jim Carney, JCarney Company; Kevin Traver, Staff Vice President of Corporate Affairs for the Navy League of the United States; Brian D’Isernia, President of Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc. (Photo: Eastern Shipbuilding)

Monday, April 7, 2014, at the Sea Air Space Exposition at the Gaylord National Convention Center - National Harbor, MD, Brian D’Isernia, Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc’s president, was presented a NYC Firefighter Plate which honors the 343 NYC firefighters who sacrificed their lives during the 9/11 World Trade Center disaster.

Presenting at Eastern’s booth was Jim Carney with the JCarney Company, a retired NYC Firefighter and Kevin Traver, Staff Vice President of Corporate Affairs for the Navy League of the United States. Eastern was the builder of the two 140’ FDNY Fire Fighting Vessels now operating in New York City.

Three Forty Three
Hull number: 969
Type: ABS/USCG Fast Response Fireboat
Size: 140’ x 36’ x 16’
Launch: 9/11/2009
Delivery: 5/10/2010

Firefighter II

Hull Number: 970
Type:  ABS/USCG Fast Response Fireboat
Size: 140’ x 36’ x 16’
Launch: 3/19/2010
Delivery: 11/21/2010
 

  • (Photo: Eastern Shipbuilding)

    (Photo: Eastern Shipbuilding)

  • FDNY's Three Forty Three (Photo: Eastern Shipbuilding)

    FDNY's Three Forty Three (Photo: Eastern Shipbuilding)

  • Left to right: Carney, Traver and D’Isernia (Photo: Eastern Shipbuilding)

    Left to right: Carney, Traver and D’Isernia (Photo: Eastern Shipbuilding)

  • (Photo: Eastern Shipbuilding)
  • FDNY's Three Forty Three (Photo: Eastern Shipbuilding)
  • Left to right: Carney, Traver and D’Isernia (Photo: Eastern Shipbuilding)
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