So with all the other burning color question that must be answered, there is one that hasn't come up in a while and must be addressed. If I wear a yellow helmet and black gear should I have a yellow hood to match the helmet, black to match the gear or a contrasting color for visiblility. Same if I wear a red helmet and tan gear, or a white helmet. And should I take into consideration if I will be riding in a red truck or a yellow engine. I mean if you are not fashionable on the fireground it could set a bad tone with the residents who already think it took you too long to respond anyway. (Since you couldn't figure out if you should run your red lights with your Q siren or just blue and use the air horn on your way to the station.)
Finally! Fashion! I thought we'd never get there. HOW can we possibly function on the fireground if we are NOT (making the effort to be) fashionable. ANYONE can put out a fire, but to do it, in a coordinated manner, both in terms of function as well as fashion is the key. Thanks for highlighting the importance of fashion and color coordination.
Also would it be too much if the chrome air pack tank was added for bling or should you just color coordinate the tank with the gear and or helmet. But, oh no, what if the chrome on the tank has a gold tint and the chrome on the truck is true silver, oh lord please help me it just don't know if I will be able to get out of the station if I can't figure this out.