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LODD Videos:

Grady Burke LODD Tribute - Part 1
This video was produced by 27media Productions in tribute of Grady shortly after his tragic line of duty death in 2005. Part 1 has never been released to the public before, and was not played at the 2005 HFD Medal Day ceremony as originally planned. Due to the sensitive nature of the ceremony, only the more positive part 2 was played instead.

Grady Burke LODD Tribute - Part 2
This video was produced by 27media Productions in tribute of Grady shortly after his tragic line of duty death in 2005. Part 2 was played at the 2005 HFD Medal Day ceremony. This is the second of a two part tribute. However, the first part has never been shown publicly before due to lack of appropriate venue. This video has been shown by itself in all past instances.

Kevin Kulow LODD Tribute
This video was produced by 27media Productions in tribute of Kevin shortly after his tragic line of duty death in 2004. This video was shown at the 2004 HFD Medal Day Ceremony.

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Pump-Up Videos:

HFD Firehouse 13/D - Remember The Name
This video was produced by 27media Productions for the Houston firefighters working at Fire Station 13 on the "D" Shift. This video gives some insight to what the firefighters on the northwest side of Houston deal with around the Acres Homes & Sound Inwood area. This video was shot in 2004.

HFD Firehouse 31/B - Taking Care Of Business
This video was produced by 27media Productions for the Houston firefighters working at Fire Station 31 on the "B" Shift. This video gives some insight to what a typical 24 hour shift for firefighters on the north-side is like at the station. Fire Station 31 is located in between Independence Heights and Acres Homes. This video was shot in 2003 as part of the original "Houston's Bravest DVD, which sold over 500 copies in its only printing.

HFD Firehouse 25/B - The Fireman
This video might be the oldest pump-up video for a Houston Fire Department Fire Station. This video was made as a supplement to a multi-week long, News 39 cover story about the fire stations that covered Midtown Houston. In the early 1980's factors like the oil-bust, recession, and white-flight turned Midtown into Houston's own version of "Skid Row" - with streets full of drug dealers, prostitutes, and homeless. There were countless fires between downtown and the Texas Medical Center; all throughout Midtown, which stretched from 4th Ward to 3rd Ward. Stations including: 1's, 7's, 8's, 16's, 17's, 18's all saw the action, but 7's and 25's took the brunt of it by being first-in on most of the fires. This video focuses on Fire Station 7 & 25 and their "B" Shift crews. This video was produced in 1984 By Judy Bryan.

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Various HFD Related Videos:

2006 HFD Medal Day Pump-Up Video
This video was produced by 27media Productions for HFD Medal Day and shown during the ceremony in 2006, at the request of the Medal Day Coordinator - Captain Russell Harris.

2004 HFD Medal Day Pump-Up Video
This video was produced by 27media Productions for HFD Medal Day and shown during the ceremony in 2004, at the request of VJTF Chief of Training - District Chief Josef Gregory.

2004 Houston Firefighters' Symposium - Highlight Video
This video was produced by 27media Productions for the Houston Firefighters' Safety & Survival Symposium and shown during the conference portion of the week, in 2004.

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Houston Fire Department Promo Videos:

HFD Promo Video 2000
This was the last promo video HFD had made back in 2000. It was broadcast on the City of Houston Municipal Channel, as well as shown at various career days around the Houston metro area. It is unknown if this video is still in use. This video was created by the City of Houston Municipal Channel Studios.

HFD Promo Video 1992
This is an older HFD promo video put together when Eddie Corral was in office as Fire Chief in 1992. The video is some what crude in craftsmanship. It is presumed that the HPD Video Division, or the City of Houston Municipal Channel Studios made this video.

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