"I agree that truck work is absolutely essential at every working fire. Our department lost its truck company in the 80s due to absorbing a district and not increasing staffing. We got our truck company back 3 years ago and I will tell you it has…"
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"Welcome to Firefighter Nation Jim. I am glad you joined the group. There is lots to do, read and be involved with. Your participation and involvement is important to us all.Chief William Sharp- RetiredBrookings Fire / Rescue"
We are currently in the process of purchasing a new truck. This truck is coming fully equipt. I am finalizing the equipment list now and have added a petrogen torch to the compliment. It seems like a more versatile set up than the oxy-acetylene set up we have now. What is your opinion? Has anyone used a petrogen torch before?
Welcome to Firefighter Nation Jim. I am glad you joined the group. There is lots to do, read and be involved with. Your participation and involvement is important to us all. Chief William Sharp- Retired Brookings Fire / Rescue