Hey Dave - Thanks for the invite bro! Tell your friend to email me at FFDPEK@aol.com and I will forward what I have on the prop. I just finished designing and building a second addition (besides the Denver Hallway). I hope to post a YouTube video on it in the next few weeks.
Never before have we had the information we do nowFACE 2011-31 On December 23, 2011, a 42-year-old male career fire fighter died during fire-fighting operations on the 2nd floor of a three-story apartment building. The victim was assigned to Engine 5 (E5) with a lieutenant and driver/pump operator. E5 was the first-due engine company at this fire. The Incident Commander ordered E5 to take a 1¾" hoseline and attack the fire in a 2nd floor apartment. The lieutenant stretched the line…See More
"Dave, great post! This statement "When you plug all the variables into the equation, or ingredients into the recipe, you get your fire. You can only do what you can do, based on your manpower and resources and the conditions you face" is…"
Absolutely love the post well said. Firefighting will always be a local issue, and the context that one finds oneself in will determine a lot of what one candidate cannot do. Tommy was often very clear to say "he did not have to be wrong…"
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