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Jacob Smith's Groups (11)

  • Start Water

    356 members Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2018 A place to discuss Engine Company Operations.

  • Engine Company Operations-Engineer

    109 members Latest Activity: Aug 3, 2018 I've created this group for all of us that have one of the most difficult jobs during any working fire. I hope that we can share ideas and/or…

  • ADVANCED VEHICLE EXTRICATION

    184 members Latest Activity: Nov 16, 2016 This group will aim to share various "advanced" vehicle extrication techniques that are not normally taught in "junkyard" classes. Including tactics…

  • Tools and Tricks

    200 members Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2014 Tools that you carry in your pockets, on your rigs, have fabricated or modified. All ideas are welcome, Truck, Engine, Rescue..... Show us!

  • “Pride and Ownership”

    604 members Latest Activity: Dec 16, 2018 What are you and your department doing to get your firefighters to take ownership? Grab a cup of coffee and let’s visit! …and don’t forget to…

  • Truck Company Operations

    412 members Latest Activity: Jun 25, 2019 A place to discuss any and all things related to Truck Company Operations on the fireground.

  • COMPANY DRILLS

    616 members Latest Activity: Feb 25

    A resource for Company Officers to assist with the delivery of company level training.

  • Tradition, TRADITION!

    373 members Latest Activity: May 13, 2015 This is the group dedicated to the glue that holds "Pride and Ownership" together - tradition! We'll be talking about historic fires, important…

  • Pandora's Box

    72 members Latest Activity: Nov 5, 2014 A group that discusses, questions, challenges common practices within the fire service such as staffing, tactics, unions, attitudes, government, etc.

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