Thanks for making the USO trips. The USO does a lot of great things for our troops and I can attest to the fact that having someone from the "world" take the time to visit and spend time with the troops makes a big…"
"The radio's are not assigned to positions, just there for the guys to grab as needed.
The PD ID's are not for accountability as much as they are for tracking at dispatch in regards to who calls dispatch. If you look at the…"
We have a combination department with the majority of the department being volunteer. We also carry our gear with us so if there is a call within city limits we can respond directly to the scene whereas on rural calls we respond to a…"
"A clappered valve is similar to a back flow preventer. It allows water to move in one direction only. With a clappered Siamese you can attach one supply line from the first pumper that will start flowing water into LDH but not…"
"After I made the previous post I was thinking about what had been discussed about using a blind cap to fill the hard suction and Williams statement about it being difficult to stand in a river. I thought about the possibility of putting a…"
"William, I have to disagree with this part of your statement "When using tank water it is a fallacy to believe that pulling the tank to pump line will fill the suction tube. The air in the tube is trapped and the tank water will simply…"
"One of the benefits I see of a solid bore over a combination nozzle on an elevated master stream is that when you are dealing with a large fire there should be less water evaporating and actually getting to the seat of the fire. This is based…"
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