Tag Archives: “vent-enter-search”

Fire Behavior or Firefighter Behavior? Pennsylvania House Fire Video


Our views must be balanced to include what may happen, what is obviously happening and why it is happening


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Protecting Lives

Protecting people’s lives will involve risk for us as firefighters

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A Tale of Two Fires

At what point do we add so much to our “incident evaluation” that we handcuff ourselves into inaction?

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Two and Three-Man Crews Entry No.2:Pine Bluff, Arkansas

This two-man ladder company is the standard for working structure fires in their city.

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Search and Rescue Separation for Initial Training. A Shared Post

Brian Brush shares how we need to not just “talk” search but teach it, model it, correct it and reinforce it.

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A Primer on Victim Survivability Profiling and “Taking It To The Streets” Program

What you should know or how you should conduct yourself before engaging in debate.

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Bronx Working: Video Captures OVM Making Entry On Top Floor Fire

Three children injured during Bronx apartment fire. How specific are the outside vent position duties in your department?

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