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At 6:11pm on May 25, 2009, Mike Walker said…
Thanks for leaving a comment on that hose load. Guys are still working with different aspects of it. Tweeking it here and there. If you don't have pistol grips on your nozzles, it can be placed on a cross lay. It works best with higher pressures (ie. fog nozzles 150 psi +) The problem with lower pressure applications is that the hose may kink as it uncoiles. With the high pressure applications, it works great. 50 ft. at the door, everytime. You can look on Youtube and find several close applications. Oh, if you have houses that set very close to the street, this load works fantastic.
At 12:22pm on April 26, 2009, Patrick Dooley said…
If you look at my site http://squadfirephotos.smugmug.com I have alot more pictures of Hartford, Ct's water tower.
At 10:02pm on April 23, 2009, Joe McClelland said…
I am teaching Coordinated Fire Attack at Fire College. Probably truck/engine and standpipe. South West corner of tower. Stop on by Brother.

Fill me in on the move back.
At 4:11pm on April 21, 2009, John Tippett said…
Rob,

Thanks for the comment. I'm looking forward to the new opportunity.

John T.
At 4:54pm on March 25, 2009, Pete Forshaw said…
Rob

Expect the unexpected. When *^%$@ happens you always CYA.

Pete

Play Hard Train Safe!!
At 11:24am on March 3, 2009, David Kovach said…
Rob, I hope you're doing well. Sounds like you've got a great opportunity and I hope you're able to make the most of it. Keep in touch and keep learning.
At 10:04am on January 21, 2009, Scott Thompson said…
Thanks for the add.....

Be Safe
At 1:03pm on January 20, 2009, Richard B. Gasaway, PhD said…
Rob,

Thank you for the kind works and for the gift of your time to listen to The Leader's Toolbox on Firehouse.com. I really enjoy the opportunity to share my thoughts with the emergency services community and feedback like yours inspires me to work even harder.

Richard B. Gasaway, PhD
www.RichGasaway.com
At 11:43am on January 19, 2009, Joe McClelland said…
All day long.
At 11:33pm on January 18, 2009, Bill Brierton said…
Look forward to meeting you as well Rob.
At 3:23pm on January 18, 2009, Tiger Schmittendorf said…
Thanks for the connection Rob -

Let me know if you want any help with those R&R issues you mentioned.

Stay safe. Train often.
At 4:38pm on January 16, 2009, Gary Rauch said…
Rob, I here ya, but keep the chin up. When you start the new job go back to the recruit days and LISTEN and see how its done there, only give your experiences when asked. They might do things totally different. BE SAFE Bro.
At 7:48pm on January 15, 2009, Dave Anderson said…
Brother Rob,
If there is ever anything I can do for you let me know. Are you going to FDIC?

Take Care
At 11:33am on January 15, 2009, Leslie Pederson said…
I am happy to have you as a friend! If you need any help with your recruitment, retention or pride/ownership, let me know, we have been working hard on those two subjects for a long time, and we have been very successful!
At 8:32am on January 13, 2009, Todd McKee said…
columbus
At 8:05pm on January 12, 2009, Joe McClelland said…
Yeah Brother. That was me. I will be there this year as well. I am always at the IFSI campus teaching something. I will write you on the personal email later to talk about what you wrote me today.

Stay strong Brother.
At 11:05am on January 11, 2009, Jim Mason said…
How's the fire duty in your dept?
At 9:57pm on January 10, 2009, Jeff Schwering said…
No problem Brother, Stay Safe and keep Learning! Check out CSF discussions on RIT, see what you think.

Stay Safe Bro!
Jeff
At 9:40pm on January 10, 2009, Rick Lasky said…
Hi Rob,

Thanks so much for your kind words. You made my day brother!! Be safe and take care.

Rick
At 11:17am on January 10, 2009, Jim Mason said…
Rob
Thanks for joining CSf (Common Sense Firefighitng ). It's a fire ground leadership and decison making page on the site. Jump into any discussion at any time. There are alkways some good ones going. This is the first time I have ever seen someone list fire ground size up as an area of expertise, Bravo!!! That is what it's all abot for me. I think we onlt do three things on the fire ground, no matter what our orders are - Size Up, Decide what is wrong and fix it to the best of our ability. How many members odes your dept get on the first due alarm?
Jim Mason
Chgo FD

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