"Great post Dan. I agree with Bobby and Larry. We are a para-military organization and there are lots of valuable lessons to be learned from our brothers in the military. "The clearest sign of true servant leadership is selflessly exhausting…"
"I recommend carrying two different types. High and low. I use my radio pocket on my left side and my bunker pant pocket on my right side. In fact, I make all of my guys carry their cutters the same way. Continuity is key. If I need something from…"
"Great post Jason. We discuss the same issues in a class I teach at my academy. During the lecture portion, I provide a demonstration of the most common types of cutters FF's carry and what they can and cannot cut through. I use various gauges…"
"Amen Paul. I'm tired of this topic being too taboo to talk about. Our fitness or lack there of in the fire service is directly related to the leading cause of injury and death. Still, by and large we ignore it. I am glad to see this topic…"
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