Maybe to some cynical people, everything is relative and nothing moral is self-evident, but not in the lives of firefighters, says Bobby Halton.
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Successful rescues are made not just by mere chance; they happen as the result of properly executed searches because of the amount of preparation and dedication that the searchers involved have put forth, writes Sean Duffy.
Stay long enough on the job and you may witness some less-than-sterling performances by medics and firefighters Yet the "code of silence" for the brotherhood remains. Kate Dernocoeur on having the courage to speak up.
The importance of mentoring—formal and informal—cannot be counted out in a fire department, writes Timothy Pillsworth.
Jake Hoffman looks at the preparations a fire department’s technical rescue team should make prior to any incident response to create successful outcomes.
Steel pickets are easy to install, and the picket is a versatile tool for firefighters and rescue technicians, writes Jeremy Rifflard.
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.
Make sure to grab the 2020 Fire Engineering Apparatus Supplement, which features a variety of articles on fire apparatus and is bundled with the August issue.
Frank Viscuso asks every aspiring fire service leader to look both within and at the greater picture for when he finally assumes the mantle of the high-ranking fire officer.