A 28-year veteran of the fire service and an assistant chief in the Yonkers (NY) Fire Department where he served as Chief of Training. He has an associate’s degree in fire protection technology and a bachelor’s degree in education. He is a certified fire instructor and municipal training officer and has been a classroom and hands-on instructor at FDIC as well as a contributing author for Fire Engineering since 1994 and Fire Nuggets.com since 2000.
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I just wanted to pass along my condolences to you and the entire Yonkers Fire Department regarding the loss of FF Patrick Joyce. I looked for you at the funeral, but I knew you would also be busy as well.
I hope things will get easier as time passes. Let us know if you need anything!
Doug...nothing new in years...they probably corrected the problem, I assume. I know of no injuries from this. The only inflators that I am aware of having this problem is the driver bag inflator and in all cases I reviewed, the blast went straight out from the center of the wheel and thru the roof or sunroof.
Doug, we could use your input. It is listed on the 2nd page of groups.Tactical Building Blocks & Air Management
This group will focus on aggressive interior firefighting. We will address tactics that increase your chance of not getting jammed up and cover what actions to undertake if you do.We will cover some big issues as well as small tactical tips.
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