“I can easily recall being at some of the biggest fires in town as a kid, after my mom drove me to the scene so we could watch.”
This year, avoid the airports and just get on the Capital Beltway.
“If ‘fast attack’ is intended to mean quick access into the structure and positioning of the hoselines for a quick knockdown, then it is dead-on in probably the majority of working fires in Houston.”
Is it the actual tactic or is it a string of collective, individual errors making us question Houston’s ‘fast attack’?
One of many great reasons to come to the Washington, D.C. area.
“Cowboys, who do they think they are jumping in there without any SCBA on…”
” – we actually go into the building and fight the fire to reduce any further damage.”
I’m pretty certain the fire will attack you, just not exactly like this.
A detailed look at the last half of 2009’s line of duty deaths. Reinforcements, surprises and additional considerations.
“Not a fad, but a change in “culture”, a change of delivery.”