Jonah Smith discusses the most important fireground task: the deployment of the initial line.
In this firefighter training video, Forth Walton Beach (FL) Battalion Chief Shannon Stone and company discuss nozzle handling tips gleaned from real-world experience.
In this Training Minutes video, John Simpson and company offer three methods for extending a hoseline up the outside of a building.
Anthony Rowett discusses tactical considerations for using the second hoseline as a backup line or second attack line.
There are many ways to pack and deploy the front bumper preconnect handline on your apparatus. Here is a versatile, easy-to-pack, and easy-to-stretch system based on a tried and true method.
Check out a roundup of recent posts from our featured contributors, including John K. Murphy on filling the leadership vacuum and Adam Hansen on training recruits on checking the roof.
Brian Zaitz offers his insight into the most commonly used fireground hose.
In this firefighter training video, Ray McCormack and company offer a tip on how the door firefighter can smooth the advance of the attack team.
Brian Zaitz latest looks at this line that serves as firefighters' most commonly deployed attack line.
In this firefighter training video, Joe Alvarez and company demonstrate a method for working smarter on the fireground.