We're taking a brief break from our podcast, "5-Alarm Task Force" and will return to production the first week of August.
As Willy Nelson's song, says, "On the Road Again." And we'll be heading to NC next week. Along the way, we hope to have the opportunity to visit some firehouses along the way.
If you're in the Guilford County/Greensboro or the Boone/Blowing Rock areas, drop us a line to DalmatProd@Outlook.com and we'll try to set up a brief meeting to record your thoughts…Continue
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Winchester, Kentucky fire shows just how well training can pay off in a small department
Around 10 PM last Thursday June 1st, the Winchester Kentucky fire department which operates out of three fire stations and protects roughly 28,000 citizens responded to a fire on their Main Street, and as with many other fires that occur around the country this website posted raw video from the event.
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Featured Contributor David Polikoff shares how he got startedContinue
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Many and various are the discontents of the military…Continue
Added by Ioana Anamaria Ungur on April 26, 2017 at 1:42pm — No Comments
A huge fire started in Arad, at a shopping center, on the…Continue
Added by Ioana Anamaria Ungur on April 26, 2017 at 1:39pm — No Comments
HEY MY FIRE DEPT VILLAGE OF FORD NEEDS ALL KINDA OF EQUIPMENT BUNKER GEAR SAWS EXTRACTION QUIPMENT ANY EQUIPMENT WOULD BE GREATLY APRECIATED PLEASE EMAIL ME BACK IF YOU CAN HELP AT THOMASKELLECK@YAHOO.COM
Heart attack and strokes are more likely to kill firefighters than an actual fire. A recent research article just confirmed one of the major reasons why. The research confirms that the physical demands of firefighting may trigger the formation of blood clots and impair blood vessel function -- two factors associated with increased risk of heart attack and stroke. (You can read more about that…Continue
Added by Aaron Zamzow on April 13, 2017 at 11:48pm — No Comments
Comply, or else!
STAY FIRED UP, and follow the code!
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Added by Paul Combs - Fire Caroonist on April 10, 2017 at 8:26am — No Comments
I was 27 years old. Never heard of PTSD. I had just been turned down a week earlier by HR for the hire that was hands down my top pick, my hometown. That particular day I was at work at the Cashway Lumberyard. Just as I was getting ready to head out with my 26 sheets of ½ inch drywall delivery order. The yard foreman yelled me back, “Carl phones for you.” That’s strange; I remember thinking,…Continue
Added by Carl Waggett on February 24, 2017 at 2:30pm — No Comments
As a kid, my father and I would watch endless hours of war movies together. One of my favorites was Full Metal Jacket, well, the first hour…Continue
Added by Carl Waggett on February 24, 2017 at 2:27pm — No Comments
They say the key to happiness is to find someone who’s crazy fits with your crazy. If you can find that person then you have found The One. The one you can take on the world with, the one that you can conquer anything with… And this certainly includes…Continue
Added by Carl Waggett on February 24, 2017 at 2:26pm — No Comments
The world is full of mysterious people. And who hasn’t wanted to be the most interesting man in the room at one point or another? I know I have. You know the guy I’m talking about… He’s mysterious and guarded, yet casual and nonchalant. He’s friendly and approachable, yet cautious and…Continue
Added by Carl Waggett on February 24, 2017 at 2:25pm — No Comments
Ok by this point you may have figured something is up with you. Perhaps you suspect PTSD, perhaps not. But in either case, the ice is starting to break under your feet, and you’ve got to figure something out, and…Continue
Added by Carl Waggett on February 24, 2017 at 2:00pm — No Comments
The purpose of the contest is to motivate Firefighters, EMTs and Medics to change the…Continue
Added by Aaron Zamzow on January 10, 2017 at 9:25am — No Comments
I love being a firefighter. Let’s get that straight from the beginning. Aside from my marriage and the birth of my children, it is my greatest accomplishment. But despite the personal satisfaction it has given me I have often been frustrated with the lack of brotherhood and respect we sometimes show towards each other. I don’t mean the “support your brother or sister firefighter without question: right, wrong or indifferent” kind of false brotherhood. What I’m talking about is the true “we…Continue
By Lindon Pronto and Johann Goldammer, Global Fire Monitoring Center (GFMC)
This article appears in the September 2016 Newsletter of the Commonwealth Forestry Association
Every year, roughly an average of about 600 million hectares of vegetated lands is affected by land-use fires and wildfires (Mouillot and Field, 2005).…Continue
Added by Lindon Pronto on October 4, 2016 at 5:30pm — No Comments
THE QUICK RACE TO THE GRAVE
Heroin....What's that mean to you or, what do you think about when hearing that word. Another overdose, more narcan, another code, another meaningless death, or another set of parents without a child again. This drug...Heroin…= Epidemic. There’s no other word to describe it. This drug has become the drug of choice in recent years to wreak the most havoc in the families of the loved ones that abuse it and are addicted…Continue
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Added by Jan Fuchs on September 17, 2016 at 9:59am — No Comments
Never get a tattoo you can’t see. Seems like good advice to me!
STAY FIRED UP, and smile!
Added by Paul Combs - Fire Caroonist on September 12, 2016 at 8:47am — No Comments