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Maryland Fire Company’s Gun Raffle Draws Criticism

Susquehanna Hose Company Chief Scott Hurst said that gun raffles are popular ways for volunteer fire companies.

Remembering One Meridian Plaza

The fire claimed the lives of three Philadelphia firefighters and gutted eight floors of a 38-story fire-resistive building.

Training Mental Resilience: More Important Than Hose Drills

We are actually already teaching the essence of yoga to our members, but using different terminology.

Command Post View at Manhattan Fire

See work going on at the command post at Manhattan Box 1258.

Learning from The Station Nightclub Fire

On Feb. 20, 2003, 100 people died when malfunctioning pyrotechnics set The Station nightclub on fire in Warwick, R.I.

Storms, Power Outages Bring Additional Risks During Pandemic

The storms that have disrupted social distancing precautions and thrown people from different households together have also undermined the nation's vaccination drive.

LODD Anniversary: West Virginia Firefighters Die While Fighting Mobile Home Fire

The pump operator sounded the evacuation alarm when he noticed his tank water was low.

Workman’s Compensation Claim Denied in New York Line of Duty Death

James' claim was denied citing a preexisting condition for the torn heart valve.

Command View: Harrisburg Two-Alarm Fire

See this fire from the perspective of the incident commander.

Research: Heat Release Rate Characterization of NFPA 1403 Compliant Training Fuels

While NFPA 1403 provides detail about the types of fuel that can be used, it offers less definitive guidance about the quantity of fuel.


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