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All work, no talk. Know how to attack a heavy door with drop bars. Kill the carriage bolts. Go put your Reps in!
This is a follow up on the 50 Foot Dump Stretch for a Triple Layer hose load. Here is another simple way to overcome this challenge. Simplicity -850
Take a glimpse into Escambia County Fire Rescue, Pensacola FL-ECFR just completed the “Beyond Minimum Standards Class” training a group of rookie firefighters to be COMBAT ready. Three weeks, 5 days a week from 6am to 7 pm of training, learning, and … Continue reading
For those who use the Triple Layer hose load, check this out. Stretching on short set backs with the Triple can be a challenge with limited staffing. Here is a great option, especially when the triple split (alley split) is … Continue reading
850 Fireman-NO Talk, ALL Work Force Entry Tips. Know what your tools are capable of.
Quick glimse into a 1 man commercial door force, no talk…just work. Check it! -8 5 0
Check out Part 2 of a two part series on utilizing 2″ Attack hose for your commercial interior flow (265 GPM). This hose gives firefighters the advantage of having the maneuverability of a smaller line similar to a 1.75, but at the … Continue reading