"Treasure Valley Fools: Nampa Fire Department demonstrates block wall breach training on Nampa's old police station. With all videos this is not saying this is the only or best way to breach a block wall. Be informed of multiple forcible entry…"
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"I agree with the comments made in the previous posts. If you are not planning on using the laptop in conjunction with a dispatch center ie big $$$$$. Then I would look at the I pad as well. The tough books are fine for regular…"
"Good video, and a good training resource. My first thought would be to the deck gun being fired up by the intial engine, but you answered that question. You guys came off with big water for a big fire and that is awesome! You gave…"
"If you are looking for EMS software, Elsevier the company who sells Mosby has a great testing and tracking program called Evolve. We used it teaching paramedic through EMT classes. It comes with full power points. lesson plans,…"
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My current Captain is one of those leaders. He coaches, mentors, innovates, and…"
"After doing a recent shift with the truck this is similar to the majority of our commercial buildings. Small warehouse buildings with metal light weight truss construction. Roofing materials very, but I can feel every step on some of…"
"Alex hits the nail on the head.
The type 3 heavies i have worked around were older style with good center of gravity and would climb a wall. Your topographical, and fuel load fires really dictates the kind of off road engines you may…"
"The concept that comes to mind is a jack of all trades master of none engine. The main question I would ask is what is the primary call for this unit ie (structural vs wildland) If I run 500 wildland calls, and 2 structure fires a year I would want…"
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