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"So, here is what I would do...This is going to involve a rotary saw, irons, some ast…"

Chris Piepenburg replied Apr 29, 2012 to Forcible Entry problem

6 May 1, 2012
Reply by William C. Strempfer

"Nope!!  Invented by Hugh Halligan of the FDNY.…"

Chris Piepenburg replied Mar 6, 2012 to The Kelly Tool....

11 May 17, 2012
Reply by Donald Colarusso

"Don't know of any pics of the original, but here is the paratech version. "

Chris Piepenburg replied Mar 2, 2012 to The Kelly Tool....

11 May 17, 2012
Reply by Donald Colarusso

"The Kelly Tool preceded the Halligan Bar.  It was invented by Capt John Kelly of the…"

Chris Piepenburg replied Feb 29, 2012 to The Kelly Tool....

11 May 17, 2012
Reply by Donald Colarusso


Chris Piepenburg replied Aug 24, 2011 to Through the Floor Rescue with a Hose

1 Aug 24, 2011
Reply by Chris Piepenburg

"Chad,  I whooped up a Through-The-Lock PowerPoint a couple of months ago.  If you ar…"

Chris Piepenburg replied Apr 30, 2011 to Through the lock training

12 Apr 30, 2011
Reply by Chris Piepenburg

"In my district we have a ton of long narrow driveways with limited access that lead…"

Chris Piepenburg replied Sep 22, 2010 to Hose Deployment

14 Nov 16, 2010
Reply by Shareef Abdu Nur

"We were just talking about these and dry ice bombs in the fire house the other day.…"

Chris Piepenburg replied Jul 31, 2010 to Bottle Bombs IED

8 Sep 26, 2011

"Joe, Check out this link and go to page 15 and it is the proposal for what NFPA 140…"

Chris Piepenburg replied Jul 8, 2009 to RIT 1407

4 Jul 9, 2009
Reply by Joe McClelland

"Here is one way that a back-up man can take pressure of the pipeman: The back-up ca…"

Chris Piepenburg replied Apr 26, 2009 to Backing up nozzleman

14 Apr 30, 2009


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