Casino Bar & Grill is the host Restaurant & Bar for the week with 20% off and Great drink specials.
Check in will start at 0800 on Tuesday morning in the lobby of the Hampton Inn on Pensacola Beach. COBC will be in the Deluna Hall first floor of the Hampton Inn.
Class will be 08:30-16:30 hours Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday.
Large Firefighter Gathering Wednesday evening at Hemingway’s from 16:30-2100 hours with $1 Fish Tacos and $4 Mojitos. “All Firefighters and family members invited regardless if your attending COBC” This is also a celebration for the 15 New Firefighters hired in Escambia County and the 4 Newly Promoted Lieutenants. Looking to have over 200 Firefighters in attendance. Bring swim shorts and a towel for the kids.
Any Questions??? email Curt Isakson at email@example.com
The Cultural Divide
“It’s Worth The Risk”
Chief Isakson will deliver a motivational speech on how history proves that AGGRESSIVE INTERIOR operations saves more civilian lives than firefighter lives lost. Civilians are being saved 1,000 plus to 1 because of a culture of risking our LIVES to save theirs. This Cultural Divide must be neutralized for the long standing support of the citizens we swore to protect. The American Fire Service must understand our culture is the foundation of how were viewed by fellow Americans. The Fire Service is the insurance company for so many that can not afford it and what they have is not insured. Property still counts and it can not always be replaced. You will not want to miss this inspirational speech on it’s worth the RISK!
It’s Critical to Know Your D
Flow and pick a hose and nozzle that fits your department.
I personally like the 7/8 for 3 and 4 person Engine Companies that primarily fight house fires. The 7/8 gets you 150 GPM, with 60+ feet of reach, at only 60 lbs of nozzle reaction. When you think in terms of Gallons Per Second and the nozzle flowing 2.5 GPS and your able to Flow as you go; this is putting more water on the FIRE/in the building, than 185 or 3 GPS, if the nozzle firefighter has to gate/shut down frequently. To really test what works and how much water you can throw; you need to use a flow meter and track the flow while an attack crew pushes into the drill tower.
REALISTIC Attack evaluation for a REALISTIC F I R E!!!
Till next time FLOW WATER
150 GPM on Residential
300 GPM on Commercial Interior
600 GPM for Master Stream Operations
The 7/8, 1 3/16, 1.5″ tip. Three Flow Options for simplification of Water On The Fire!!!
Fire Stream Factors
1. Desired Amount “GPM”
2. Desired Location/Stream Reach
3. Desired Nozzle Reaction/Nozzle mobility.
The Ultimate Water Applicator.
1. 150 Gallons Per Minute or 2.5 GPS
2. 60 + Feet of reach
3. 60 lbs Nozzle Reaction
More is not always better
You need balance of all three.
FDIC 2015 has officially started.
County Fire Tactics
At the Atlanta Fire Conference.
MAFFC 2015 Hands on Classes
Class Format: Hands on Training
More info at http://www.MAFFC.org
This 8 hour hands on class will cover both engine and truck tactics required at your typical house fire. All students will force a door, vent a roof, take a window, conduct an interior search under smoke conditions, perform VES with ground ladders, and make a victim removal. Students will also complete a downed firefighter scenario, including packaging and removal. Engine operations, including stretching, advancing, and flowing hose lines will be practiced. This includes 1 ¾”, 2”, and 2 ½” hose lines. Understanding and making the proper WEAPON SELECTION for today’s fire ground will be stressed. This is a FAST PACED hands on class, for firefighters who want to challenge their fire ground fitness, and want to keep working with very little idle time. The instructor to student ratio will be 1:5 with additional support personnel to allow for rapid movement of the class through six rotations in full bunker gear.
Instructor(s): Curt Isakson, Jim Smith (Squad 41 FDNY), Ray McCormack (L28 FDNY), Jason Martino (Palm Beach County), Shannon Stone (Battalion 6 Fort Walton Beach), The ESCAMBIA BOYS
Gallons Per Second at FDIC on Wednesday April 22 at 1530 Hours in room 238 and 239.