Nice series of video and audio of a Columbia County fire from start to finish.
What is so great about the “Transitional Attack”? Can it stand up to “real-world” firefighting, or rather, firefighters?
More information on the popular helmet cam video from someone who was there.
Video from Rescue Officer answers critics about delay in getting water on the fire and shows that chasing kinks is everyone’s job. Where is that firm benchmark that says you must have water on the fire by __ time?
You are an engine company, not an Italian restaurant.
You have a job to do. Get it done.
Not much fire in the video, but two damn good examples of a hoseline stretch.
Lieutenant’s catch helps us give you some valuable questions your engine company should try and answer – before the fire.
NC engine company sets up their hosebed to make the best use of not only their three-man crew, but the second-due three-man engine company as well.
Only a block away from quarters, Engine 22 has an afternoon full of fire and first line choices.