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Milestone For FDNY As First African American In 30 Years Promoted To Deputy Chief | CBS New York

Milestone For FDNY As First African American In 30 Years Promoted To Deputy Chief | CBS New York

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – There was a milestone for the FDNY
Wednesday.

It promoted 80 members of the department, including the first African American to make deputy chief in 30 years.

Malcolm Moore is one of 12 battalion chiefs promoted to deputy chief at a ceremony in Brooklyn.

Moore is a 22 year veteran with the fire department, serving as chief of special operations command at rescue battalion. That division handles FDNY operations including structure collapses, construction accidents, and confined space incidents.

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