There’s more to it than grabbing a saw, cutting a hole and watching the engine, right?
Lieutenant’s catch helps us give you some valuable questions your engine company should try and answer – before the fire.
The second-due truck is not just an “extra company” but an important assignment. Take a look and see if your truck can handle the rear, por favor.
Only a block away from quarters, Engine 22 has an afternoon full of fire and first line choices.
Maybe some of us can’t handle the truth, that this is what is expected. Maybe some of us have lost focus and forgotten about “getting the baby!” Maybe it’s the kinder, softer-side of firefighting, that makes reality more harsh.
Texas fire department takes a bad fire and makes it your educational opportunity.
It’s true. Some of you simply cannot handle it.
The grave for Captain Bowen hasn’t even been dug yet and the anonymous experts have already gone to work.
If your baseline defense is “how may fires do you run?” then your argument is weak.
If firefighting were combat, would we read the lessons on what was killing 60% of our soldiers? What if they weren’t promoted?