If you want to be provoked into putting aside biases and stereotypes, to ask ‘why?’ and ‘why not?’, if you want to exercise your firefighting brain, then tune in.
Three years ago Colerain Township lost two firefighters in an early morning residential structure fire.
Charles Bailey. ‘Nuff said.
Your new live-ins have mentors right? No? Uh oh.
Are you pissing away hard earned money when you go to the conferences and hands-on training, taking forcible entry classes, when kicking a door is your automatic response?
This is my safety. There are many like it, but this one is mine.
Across the country firefighters are running into trouble inside burning buildings and then fail to act in a manner consistent with their survival. But is it their fault? Or is it a result of their training?
Panic, a down firefighter and a bad mayday lead to a new survival training tool for P.G. firefighters.
Prince George’s County Fire and EMS Department Career Recruit School Class No.42 starts the first day standing tall before the man.
“Harmon’s implication that firefighters are morally inferior is not justifiable.”