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: People are always asking me how is it that firefighters run into a burning building when everyone else is running out. Courage is the answer.
: It's never an easy thing, saying goodbye to a brother firefighter, it's not. And this time, particularly is difficult for me because I watched Jack grow into a, well, into one of the finest firefighters I've ever known. He joined this department because he wanted to help people, who knows how many homes are still standing because Jack was there or how many lives were spared. He gave his life for that cause. We'll never forget you Jack. And we're better for having known you. But I make you this one promise, tomorrow when that bell rings, we will be back on the truck, because you were the bravest of the brave. People are always asking me, how is it that firefighters run into a burning building when everyone else is running out? Well, Jack, you answered that question by saving another man's life. Your courage is the answer. And today we will be as brave as you, by not mourning you, but by celebrating your life. So I'd like everyone to stand up and celebrate the life of Jack Morrison.
: Have you ever considered baby-sitting full time? Chief Kennedy
: What do you think I do at the firehouse?
: Hi, I've heard alot about you! Chief Kennedy
: Yeah? Linda Morrison
: Yeah; you wear really sexy boxers, right? With the red love hearts on them?... little too tight?
: There's something I wanted to talk to you about, Cap. I was thinking of transferring to the truck. Chief Kennedy
: Oh, geez. What the hell do you want to do that for? You're an engine man. Truck's a whole different thing. No water between you and the fire, no hose to lead you out if you get lost in the smoke. Not a good idea. Jack Morrison
: I know that, Cap. And I love being on the pipe, but... I want this, Mike. Chief Kennedy
: Ok. We'll give it a try. But you gotta tell me something. If this isn't for you, you tell me right away. Promise? Jack Morrison
: Yes, sir.
: Hey! What the hell is going on in here! Huh? I come back from tellin' a mother her son is dead, and this is goin' on, in my house, IN MY HOUSE! We deal with this by stickin' together. We take it. We learn from it. And we get back on the god damn truck and that's how we honor Dennis. You got that? Anyone think about lowering the flag? Do it!