Engine Company work is often viewed as easy or not as fulfilling as "Truck Company work". This is absolutely not the case and some very "high speed" Engine Companies go to work everyday in very tough and arduous environments. They are only successful by relying on their relentless training, personal experiences and hunger to progress in the engine world.This group is geared toward Engine Company tactics that use "outside the box" thinking to accomplish. Its purpose is to exchange information…See More
Truck Company operations
Leadership and the Company Officer
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Truck Company Operations
Michael M. Dugan is a 24-year veteran of the FDNY, serving as the Captain of Ladder Company 123, in Crown Heights Brooklyn. He is also a former volunteer firefighter, in the Halesite FD. He has been involved with the Fire Service for 32 years. He was an instructor at the inception of the FDNY’s Annual Education Day and has developed programs currently taught to all FDNY members during Annual Education Day. He is a “HOT” instructor at the “FDIC.” Captain Dugan has been a featured lecturer around the country on topic dealing with Truck Company Operations and today’s fire service.
Cap, thanks for the add. You've been one of my "go to" guys on training topics for as long as I can remember. Hopefully, one day we can meet up and I can finally take one of your HOT classes. Come on down to Chucktown anytime...
I just wanted to tell what a great experiance it was for me to be around yourself and your crew this past weekend. It truely was a honor for me. I learned a lot and have already shown my crew what I learned.
Thank you again
Hey Cap! How is everything on the other side of the country? I would bet it must be getting a little chilly. We're cooling off a bit here too, it's about 70 degrees right now! Hahaha... We are definitely gonna have to get you down here to teach one of these days. Take care Brother! Aloha -Shane
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