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.
Dave, thanks, the dc802 is just how I was originally signed on when I first started the blog and it just got carried over when I got picked up FIRE/EMS Blogs Network. But, you can just call me Jason, that is fine.
Thanks again for the support and encouragement.
Hello brother, A little about me, I consider myself new to the fire service. A converted cop after 9/11. Since my first run with the Department I was hooked. I am now an Asst. Chief with a small VFD just outside Houston, TX. I try to take in every bit of information I can get out here and see how it can beter the service my guys provide and keep their a$$e$ safer.
I saw on a post you were asking about "can work" I think the can is one of the most important tools you can have at a fire. I learned very long ago to always have one. Not many Depts where I am now carry them as SOP. I am woking on my depts Truck Ops. I was wondering would you have an SOP for the can or even a power point that I can write an SOP off of. Even a live demo is hard here. The burn building is gas fed that we use to train in.
I stumbled across your replies on here because I recognized your name from Nate DeMarse Online Drill and Photo Group. I really enjoyed reading allot of your replies to different discussions and I enjoy reading your stuff on the Online Drill and Photo Group. Keep up the good work bro!
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