I am the training officer for the Hugo VFD in Hugo Colorado. I was looking at your web site for trainings and was wondering if you guys would consider coming out to our area and teaching and what some of the pricing was. You can contact me here or on my email email@example.com
Thanks Brother! This site has been a big help for me. Sometimes I think I am beating my head against a wall, only to see everyone else shares the same frustration. Thank you for the encouraging words. Be safe Brotha!
Sorry for the delay, The door prop has been moved while we consolidate fire departments. the training division is preparing a presentation on it. I will post that (as long as they are okay with it) once it is done.
I've got the VHS video in my library. I'll covert the segment over to MPEG. The incident occured in Washington State. Its on an old NFA Firefighter Safety video. Will get back to you when its converted.
Scott, in "Team Building" I left a reply to your intial BC's question relative to the specialized teams. I was late with the answer and I apoligize for that. I just wanted to make sure you got it and I hope it was helpful. Bill
Scott, we could use your input in our group we are listed on page 2. 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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