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At 10:08am on January 17, 2009, Chuck French said…
Hey Mike,

Glad to be here, How are you
At 1:21pm on January 12, 2009, Jim Mason said…
The hi rise doesn't seem that large a response ,we get 4 engines , 4 truck 1 squad, 1 ambo, command van and 2 chiefs but the companies are all at least 4 , but mostly 5 members . We have about 2000 hi rises, about 1000 are un sprinklered
At 6:23pm on January 11, 2009, Jim Mason said…
Mike
Do you guys have hi rises there?
At 4:46pm on January 1, 2009, L. Chapel said…

Sure you can use the picture. I will attempt to send on this comment wall. If it doesn't work send me your e-mail address. Either way we will make it work...Les
At 3:50pm on January 1, 2009, Jay Allen said…
Thanks Chief... I'm very proud to be a member of my department.
At 2:14pm on December 16, 2008, Scott Eckels said…
It was our pleasure. Hope you caught some good jobs yesterday and stayed warm!

Scott
At 3:33pm on December 15, 2008, Scott Eckels said…
Chief, thanks for a fantastic weekend of training and the great hospitality! It was an honor to come down there and spend the weekend with you and the members of the OKCFD doing training. Thanks again!

Scott
At 10:00am on December 10, 2008, Ray McCormack said…
Heard he likes to pick fights ever since he grew a mustache.
Ray
At 8:43pm on December 5, 2008, jeff Hendricks said…
No problem mike, Its done.
At 10:49am on November 28, 2008, Jim Mason said…
Yeah Mike, you gotta have the smooth bore for the hi rise thing if not for any other reason than to get the correct pressure up to the nozzle and to so any thing in the standpipe system can be thrown out thru the nozzle.
At 7:28pm on November 26, 2008, Brian Arnold said…
Hey bro',
Thanks again for helping with the Stillwater assessment. Having guys like you there makes the day go a little quicker. You should tell Scott K. about the Trench rescue in Lawton, he'd appreciate it. I just bashed him on his pic.
Have a good Turkey day!
At 5:13pm on November 26, 2008, Jim Mason said…
I've been to it too, a couple of years ago. They didn;t talk about the line officer stuff on the floors or stack affects, that I know of, so my buddy and I are going to do that as well in the future. We think there is a whole lot more to it than what as covered
At 4:31pm on November 26, 2008, Jim Mason said…
Mike
Thanks for joining CSF (Common Sense Firefighting ) It's a fire ground decision making page. Jump into any discussion at any time. What kind of hi rise training do you do? We may be doing a hi rise class in the northern suburbs of Chgo in the spring.
Jim Mason
Chgo FD
At 12:00pm on November 19, 2008, Marty Mayes said…
thanks Mike. I will check it out
At 9:39pm on November 6, 2008, Russ Chapman said…
Mike
I can't figure out how to attach pictures to this site. I am sorry! I will keep trying.
At 9:24pm on October 29, 2008, Scott Kleinschmidt said…
That's my "your going do WHAT? Yeah not a good idea!" face
At 6:22pm on October 28, 2008, Scott Kleinschmidt said…
But I am here now!

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