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"Yea we do that alot I actually have a measuring wheel that I use that meausres up to…"

Robert Owens replied Aug 27, 2008 to Have You Stretched Short Lately?

9 Sep 25, 2008
Reply by Ray McCormack

"Does anyone have any training drills and or methods on how to over come the short st…"

Robert Owens replied Aug 26, 2008 to Have You Stretched Short Lately?

9 Sep 25, 2008
Reply by Ray McCormack

"On my engine I would lower the hose bed, got to all smooth bores, shorten the turn r…"

Robert Owens replied Jun 8, 2008 to What Is The One Thing You Would Like To Change On The Engine

43 Oct 13, 2008
Reply by Kristofer DeMauro

"The nozzle firefighter shoulders 100 feet the officer shoulders 100 feet ans the dri…"

Robert Owens replied Jun 6, 2008 to Whats your longest handline?

6 Jun 6, 2008
Reply by Robert Owens

"we have 800 feet of 3 inch hose that is packed flat load. There are a couple reasons…"

Robert Owens replied Jun 5, 2008 to Whats your longest handline?

6 Jun 6, 2008
Reply by Robert Owens

"The nozzle firefighter (backwards facing directly behind the officer) always stretch…"

Robert Owens replied Jun 4, 2008 to Who usually stretches your first line?

4 Jun 4, 2008
Reply by Robert Owens

"Our longest handline is 300ft. We rarely use it. Normally for anything over 200ft we…"

Robert Owens replied Jun 4, 2008 to Whats your longest handline?

6 Jun 6, 2008
Reply by Robert Owens

"We used it on a single story single family structure one nite at about 3 am. It was…"

Robert Owens replied Apr 17, 2008 to Have You Ever Used 2 1/2" Hose Inside a Private Home

53 May 15, 2009
Reply by Jason R. Ward

"We always lay in dry and have the 2nd due pick it up. Its always 5 inch. Denpending…"

Robert Owens replied Apr 15, 2008 to Duties Of The First Due Engine Company?

24 Sep 25, 2008
Reply by Wayne Benner Jr

"Our company commander and our sog's state that if you are first in lay in. If you de…"

Robert Owens replied Apr 14, 2008 to Duties Of The First Due Engine Company?

24 Sep 25, 2008
Reply by Wayne Benner Jr

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