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This is The FDIC Experience Finale show with the members of the Snyder Fire Department from Buffalo New York . This day starts off with the Pipes and Drums as the enter the Expo Floor, a Tradition. Then, the Commissioner, along with the Fire Chief and one of the Lieutenants check out some of the tools and rigs in the main building, then, off to Lucas Oil Stadium. They check out the rigs. Next up, Lieutenant Mike Bastedo prepares for the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. The Ceremonies begin with a sea of firefighters ready to go, The President of the Fallen Firefighters starts off the event, then the Chaplin speaks, Chief Bobby Halton says a few words, the Pipes and Drums start the march. If you have walked the stair climb, or thinking about it if 2017,  walk with Mike on his first of three climbs around the circuit,and see what it's like for the 1st Timer. Be safe.

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