The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) will officially dedicate the Pre-1981 section of the Walk of HonorÂ® at the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Park on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.
Meet 13-year-old Zachary Barfield, whose involvement with St. Baldrick’s Foundation honors his brother late brother Taylor as well as raises money for cancer research.
Butterville sounds like any other place. You’ll hear about a quiet house front, a two story home and a furnished apartment.
Last summer, President Obama signed into law the Land Management Workforce Flexibility Act (LMWFA). It took years of struggle to pass this good-governance, bipartisan reform.
As the former chairman of the Fire Department Safety Officers Association, I often heard individuals say that they are certified through the National Fire Academy as a safety officer.
When considering the overall use and diversity of water mist systems such as effectiveness, cost, training, testing, and application, it has a chance to be the future of fire protection, writes Jacob McAfee.
We often take it for granted as being a normal operation, but annually, numerous firefighters are hurt and killed because of roadway accidents, many of which could have been prevented, writes Brian Zaitz.
Dave Donohue offers this look into several effective demonstrations that can be conducted by and for firefighters that show the behavior of common hazmats they may encounter on the fireground.
The nozzle is the backbone tool of the fire service and, like anything else, it is imperative that you know your tools, inspect them, clean them, and use them for what they were designed to do, writes Brian Zaitz.
The difficulty in sustaining adequate fire flow in rural areas is often a direct result of the inability to fill tankers effectively. There IS a better way, and the technology has existed for 25 years and has proven successful. JASON … Read More »