Here's a look at what's inside the August 2018 issue

1708FR_C1.pdf
  • Features

    • Rescue on The Water

      Eight children and two adults were rescued by Milford (CT) Fire Department Marine Division.

    • FireCARES

      FireRescue's editor in chief examines how FireCARES helps departments make the safe grade in the community it serves. 

    • Company Interoperability

      Robert Policht looks at how communications, equipment, and training assist in effective company interoperability. 

    • Navigating Toward Career Advancement

      Candice McDonald provides some life standard operating guidelines to assist in advancement - both on and off the job. 

    • If I Am the Leader, Where are My Followers?

      Ronny J Coleman looks at changes that need to be made in the fire service so that leadership continues to be about more than a title or a helmet.

    • Growth in the Fire Service

      Nicola Davies looks at career progression expectations and aspirations. 

  • Departments

    • From the Editor

      • Lats and Longs

        FireRescue's editor-in-chief looks at strategies for figuring out where you are going - on the fireground and in your career.

    • ToolsNewsTechniques

    • Nozzlehead

    • Apparatus Ideas

      • A "Do-All" Vehicle

        Bob Vaccaro looks at the E-ONE rescue pumper delivered to the Silver Spring Community Fire Company in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

    • Wildland Urban Interface

      • Wildfire Growth, Part 2

        Dena Ali looks at the threats posed by wildfires and examines the hypothesis that policies aimed at controlling climate change and limiting the opportunity for a wildfire to escape initial attack will mitigate negative societal impacts of wildfires.

        • Image Gallery

    • Hump Day S.O.S.

    • Distant Fires

      • August 1917 Fires

        Paul Hashagen looks at fires that occurred 100 years ago, in August 1917.

    • Company Officer Development

    • The Backstep

      • Tiger by the Tail

        Matt Tobia examines the search for the "right" rank in the fire service. 

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