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  • New Jersey

    66 members Latest Activity: Nov 5, 2014 This is a place to discuss training, legislation, problems and changes in the Garden State. Or just to see if one of your neighbors is here.

  • ADVANCED VEHICLE EXTRICATION

    183 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…

  • Hybrids and Alternative Fuel Vehicles

    64 members Latest Activity: Jan 25, 2015 This group is designed to focus on the increased presence of Hybrid and Alternative Fuel Vehicles on the road today. Most importantly, we can use it…

  • “Pride and Ownership”

    599 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…

  • Street Smart Fire Officer

    254 members Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2018 Becoming an officer is a daunting task. Becoming a good officer on the fireground is even harder. This group will concentrate on Fireground…

  • Routine Responses

    76 members Latest Activity: Jan 16, 2013 A place to discuss those responses we go on all the time that sometimes can hurt us.

  • Class "A" Foam

    22 members Latest Activity: Feb 22, 2011 This Group will be discussing the use of Class "A" Foam as well as CAFS.

  • Props and Training Aids

    166 members Latest Activity: Jan 6, 2015 Share training aids and props that you have seen, or built.

  • Tommy Truck

    64 members Latest Activity: Jun 29, 2014 Looking for personal experiences/stories of how Tom Brennan inspired, lead, or taught you about firefighting. From Random Thoughts, to war stories of…

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