In this firefighter training video, Ray McCormack on fire wrapping around a nozzle team and the proper way to use a stream to sweep debris from a room.
In this firefighter training video, Ray McCormack discusses the importance of having an adequate water supply.
Host Bobby Halton talks with Ray McCormack about firefighter training, hose stretches, firefighting, UL studies, and more.
In this firefighter training video, Ray McCormack talks about the need to properly lay out the lead length of an attack line to make a rapid advance.
In this firefighter training video, Lieutenant Ray McCormack of the FDNY examines a method for advancing an attack hoseline to a deep-seated bedroom fire.
In this Training Minutes video, Ray McCormack details the engine company operations at an attached garage fire in a single-family home.
The size-up term "nothing showing" has been used for years in most parts of the country for first-arriving fire officers and has become part of the extinguishment culture. Ray McCormack argues the time has come to stop using it.
Do some firefighters actually wish to get injured or killed on the fireground? Read commentary from Ray McCormack.
A family of four escaped their home after fire broke out in the upstairs bedroom of their Indianapolis (IN) home on Wednesday.
Ray McCormack addresses the common narrative fallacy that says firefighters get too close to the fire before applying water.