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No more 'DCFD' — at least at Engine Co. 7

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Some interesting photos made their way to us today. They appear to show a worker painting the bay doors at the D.C. fire department’s Engine Co. 7 in Southwest — a task we were able to confirm was performed Thursday.

What’s interesting about that?

Well, the paint job covers the letters “DCFD.” The acronym, which stands for D.C. Fire Department, has been the subject of some controversy lately, so we’re not sure what to make of this.

Oh, and did we mention that Engine 7 happens to be the company that union President Ed Smith is assigned to?

 

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