In my years as a younger firefighter, both as a volunteer and during my career training, it was driven home that we enter building fires with a low profile. More specifically on our hands and knees. I was never going to question my instructors, the books or the more veteran firefighters that mentored me. However, the more fires I got to fight, the more I started to…Continue
Added by Jason Hoevelmann on November 29, 2015 at 1:37pm — No Comments
my name is Doug Hudson and am with the Ordway fire department from Crowley county Colorado I would like every one here on firefighter nation to pray for my daughter she was in a car accident on thanksgiving day, they transported her to pueblo Colorado for sugary she had bleed of the brain so they had to do sugary for that, and close a large cut across her forehead, then she was taken to Denver Colorado for more evaluation and more sugary on Tuesday. this will be for damage around her eye,…Continue
Added by douglas hudson on November 29, 2015 at 11:37am — No Comments
Added by Paul Combs - Fire Caroonist on November 16, 2015 at 8:44am — No Comments
Cooking in the firehouse is pretty difficult. One of the biggest fears of every firehouse chef is not preparing enough food for the crew. This fear usually leads to an excess of available food and larger portions around the table. So, today I wanted to give you a quick and easy “trick” you can use to get your crew to take smaller servings.
Answer this question: Which is the larger black circle – the left or the right?…Continue
Added by Aaron Zamzow on November 12, 2015 at 2:39pm — No Comments