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FE Featured Blogger

As you may or may not know, the great people here at Fire Engineering Online have allowed me to be a Featured Blogger. All my FE post will now be in that section. Thank you to all those who have supported, read and followed me on this amazing journey. So many new friends have been made because of this online forum and I look foward to making many more. So from now on please stay up to date with this link:…


Posted on September 20, 2012 at 10:24am

Is it in you?

Many people roam the face of the planet just doing what they do to get by. Some wander aimlessly with no direction, no motivation or even ambition. Few get to realize their goals, their dreams - their passion.

Earlier I sat down to work on a program in development about fundamentals. The terminal objective is to answer, "What’s in it for me" in regards to the fire…


Posted on August 7, 2012 at 6:00pm — 1 Comment

Play your own game.

Our profession is comprised of three distinct elements, the department, the crew and the indiviual. All three must synchronize to get the best results. When walking into the firehouse or responding from home, if you are not bringing your personal best the hierarchy will fail to a have foundation for success. We all must play our own game.

During grammar school, I…


Posted on July 12, 2012 at 10:07am — 1 Comment

An expression of gratitude.

Passion overflows in the fire service in forms of pride, dedication, commitment and sacrifice. Modern society with our "overwhelming" connection to media has pros and cons. The ability to share your passion is certainly on the positive side of the coin. Fire Engineering is certainly a leader in fire service training, news and information. Add to their repertoire developing the next generation of Firefighters, Officers, Instructors and Leaders. This training community is a testament to this…


Posted on June 29, 2012 at 9:00am — 2 Comments

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Christopher Huston is a third generation Firefighter who is with both Bertrand Twp. Fire and Cook Nuclear Fire Protection. Chris also serves as Lead Advocate of Michigan for the Everyone Goes Home Campaign. Professional career path: Fire Investigation, Accelerant K9 Handler, K9 USAR Handler
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At 9:28pm on April 21, 2012, Nick Morgan said…

Hey Chris,


Thanks for the add brother!  Great meeting you at FDIC.  Stay safe!



At 12:10pm on March 1, 2012, John Barrett said…

Hey Chris!  Glad to see you are on here!

At 5:55pm on February 5, 2012, Paul Hasenmeier said…

Thanks brother.  Absolutely, you can link my site.  

At 2:54pm on January 29, 2012, Evan L. Cauffman said…

Thanks for the invite brother.  Can't wait to absorb some knowledge from more experienced firefighters

At 3:29pm on December 14, 2011, Jason Hoevelmann said…

Thanks for the add Brother. Your doing some great stuff! Keep up the strong work and have a Merry Christmas! Stay safe and keep training.


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