Science has evolved to be able to explore modern fire dynamics like never before. Nick Salameh offers his thoughts on why more firefighters aren't making use of the research.
The emotional wounds are healing, but the scar from 9/11 is still very real. Illustration by Paul Combs.
2020 has been quite a ride, and the impending election season promises more fun in terms of opportunistic photo ops with firefighters. A new one from Paul Combs.
Every member of the fire service must make their own health a priority with regard to early detection of preventable occupational health risks.
Have we lost the art of meaningful face-to-face conversations, or have the dynamics of kitchen table chats changed with the times? A new illustration from Paul Combs.
Firefighters often enjoy love and trust from citizens that is not extended to the police. As calls for the abolition of the police mount, Eric J. Russell asks: Are cops exempt from public compassion?
Will you be ready to respond when the pager tones blast? A new illustration from Paul Combs.
Bombarded with COVID-19, civil unrest, and social media overload in additional to "regular" emergency duties, some firefighters may be feeling overwhelmed. Tim Pillsworth offers some thoughts on regaining some sense of control.
Laughter is contagious, therapeutic, and necessary for our health, station morale, and home life. A Throwback illustration from Paul Combs.
When it comes to situations with a lot of unknowns, expect positions to shift, shift with them, and don’t forget who we are, writes Bobby Halton.