In case you missed it, check out a roundup of some commentary pieces from our featured contributors.
Regardless of where you initiate the fire attack from, you still need to obtain that position first, John Lightly writes.
Perform a nozzle evaluation with the right equipment and with your hose and apparatus. Read more from Chad Menard.
The public expects and deserves perfection when they call 911. John Buttrick offers some thoughts on through-the-lock and related entry methods.
Perhaps the fire service can lead and manage better if we involve all of the personnel in a fire department from the bottom up. John K. Murphy on inverting the leadership pyramid.
AB Turenne on promoting health and fitness in the firehouse.
Dena Ali shares a message from the late Atlantic Beach (NC) Fire Department Chief Adam Snyder on the difference between therapy, service, and emotional support dogs.