Put all that ‘brotherhood’ and ‘never forget’ talk where your feet are.
A nice little Boston payoff for reading this blog.
There are rear tenements and then there are “rear tenements”. How would your department deal with this type of addition?
If firefighting were combat, would we read the lessons on what was killing 60% of our soldiers? What if they weren’t promoted?
For 12 minutes, Incident Command has called for the victim and captain 10 times.
“Battalion 42 to Brooklyn, we have five stores in a one-story taxpayer. Fire appears to be extending to all. Transmit a second alarm!”
There is enough excitement and confusion already, if we arrive and start screaming, yelling nothing will get done.
SDFD Truck 1 and Truck 11 forcing entry, completing primary search and assisting Engine 1 advance 2 1/2″ attack lines.
“Ah, but they selflessly sacrifice themselves for the “public good.” Ditch the martyr complex. Growing broccoli or roofing a house is just as socially beneficial as apprehending a shoplifter.”
Latest in managing a live-in program tackles the slow times in quarters.