The Baltimore City Fire Department Honor Guard's primary mission is to pay respect to fallen Police and Fireman local and abroad. Sometimes when traveling, it requires funding. In order to maintain our brotherhood of supporting each other during trying times, we try to remain prepared to travel as well as supporting our local brethren. We also maintain a high level of professionalism and at times must purchase our own equipment to do so. If you are Interested in supporting our cause, you may click on the donation tab above. We are thankful for you and your support as we continue to support our own.Thank You.
The IAFF Recognizes all fireman killed in the LINE OF DUTY for the preceding year. Family members of all the FALLEN are flown in and given full honors for their loved ones sacrifice.This event is an epic ceremony with over 600 honor guard and approximately 400 bagpipers from each of the fallen departments.
WE SHALL NEVER FORGET
Please Support Our Annual T-shirt Fundraiser for Fallen Heroes and Firefighters Abroad. T-Shirts will be sold for the duration of the year at a cost of $15.00 and $1.00 extra for each additional size over XL. The Funds will benefit BCFD Honor Guard for travel expenses as we support our fallen brothers abroad.
The Honor Guard is a proud tradition of the Baltimore City Fire Department. Our current Honor Guard teams are well respected around the state and are highly requested for high profile events such as the Orioles playoff series and Mayors Inaugurations etc...Members are also requested to travel to other jurisdictions to pay respect to our brothers who have fallen in Line of Duty. We are recruiting a limited number of members to carry on this standard. As an Honor Guard member, you must be willing to dedicate your time and proudly represent those who have given the ultimate sacrifice to save life and property as well as proudly represent the Baltimore City Fire Department. Although honoring our fallen members is our priority, Honor Guard members are frequently called upon to represent the fire department in government functions, as well as parades and other public events.
Military background is preferred but not necessary. All members must meet the minimum requirements of the Baltimore City Fire Department.
If interested, submit a Special Report to the Chief of Fire Department, Attention Honor Guard Commander Tyler Tyson’ also email firstname.lastname@example.org of your Intent.