"All of our gear is set up on the engine. we carry two 300' ropes, one for belay, and one for raise/lower (both pre-rigged). We also have a rope bag with 2-50' rope shorts for anchor extensions and pre-tensioned backties. Another rope bag…"
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I have been in the fire service for 9 years. I began my career at Haralson County Fire Department, as a volunteer before being hired on in 2000. I have been at the City of Bremen for 5 years now and have served as Training Officer and Engineer for the department. Also serve as instructor for GSAR Task Force 6
I think that officer development is the the missing link in all this survival stuff so I know what you are saying when it comes down to fubar. Officers make the things go right or wrong on the fire ground and I believe we need to look at this mor closely in this business
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