As firefighters, every struggle we face, we face together. Mark Lamplugh on how the COVID-19 pandemic may be exacerbating mental health issues for responders and offers some avenues of help.
Are you into the job, or on the job? Be excited, be enthusiastic, be ready—the greatest calling in the worlds needs your passion.
Remember, there are more lives in your hands than your own when you set behind the wheel, writes Paul Combs.
How are we going to manage marijuana when it finally is legal nationwide as a recreational substance? Bobby Halton on the fire service aspects of marijuana legalization.
Paul Combs on our challenging social and divisive firehouse times—and the dual attitudes toward dealing with the madness.
Police and fire departments across the country are cracking down on officers and firefighters for posting racist, violent memes and comments during the recent protests.
Your life matters more than you know, and our lives are NOT better without you in it. Paul Combs and Sarah Gura on firefighters and suicide.
The ugly side of human nature is always waiting to pounce. But the choice is yours, says Paul Combs, on whether you give in to it or not. Treat people right!
We don’t yet know what we don’t know about this virus. Todd LeDuc, Dr. Sara Jahnke, and Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell say firefighters ought to be monitoring their exposures to COVID-19.
Never, ever lose your rookie enthusiasm and passion for the greatest calling in the world, says Paul Combs.