Uncanny timing of inept city politics is highlighted by a working fire with people trapped.
Submitter of a past Backstep article is seen on tape hustling the hoselines.
We’ll be talking about the nation’s only 2-man ladder company. What? You say there are other minimum staffed companies out there? No way!
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.
Does your wagon driver get dressed and don SCBA, to back you up on the line, after he’s changed that line? If so, then we want to hear from you!
“Every situation is a situation” and the fire you are responding to is one that you are seeing for the first time.
April saw discussions primarily centered on risk, sizeup and personal responsibility.
For some of you, three on the engine or truck is a luxury. Others at times wish they had three. This highlights a point in our education that I hear and read of many times from suburban and rural firefighters.
He stopped at the third floor, where the woman and boy were. “They looked like they would jump,”
What do you think the 2011 Firefighting is going to be? Trained and confident? Or tentative and fearful?