Rote training produces rote responses and as such the mind isn’t challenged to think in different ways. Use this video and the questions to challenge yourself and the firefighters you work with.
Watch this and begin to consider your own work as the second-in company.
“Battalion 2 to Communications, have the second engine bring their blitz line to side Charlie and start city police ASAP for crowd control.”
Capitol Heights fire with two rescued in critical condition.
Video shows what appears to be first arriving crew faced with a stuck and trapped occupant as well as a working fire. What would be your plan C? Or D, E and F?
Don’t bastardize Cheney’s decision and Ayers acceptance by doing something foolish, believing that you are supposed to take a feed, supposed to get burned, if there is no reward at the end of the risk.
Nit-picking or valid response from a department still hurting after two LODDs?
“There was no other option than to push our way up those stairs.”
Three teens rescued from rising storm waters underneath 4th Battalion bridge.
Special Order No. 180, which was dated October 4, 1920, reads as follows: “A medal, to be known as the ‘Harry M. Archer Medal’ has been donated…