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Attendees will have a chance to win a Hannay Reels C16-10-11-DE compact portable cable reel
Every five years NFPA revises 1901; here's a breakdown of the biggest changes for 2016.
Of the new products introduced this year, these nine have to potential to greatly improve firefighting.
Better understanding what mounted deck guns are and when and how to use them enhances your fire attack capabilities.
Like big fire needs big water, big containers of smoke need big air; here's a closer look at those units.
The company added new features and improved existing ones
The new board is designed for incident command situations.
In some busy departments, durability is trumping design when it comes to how much chrome a rig is dressed in.
Not all cameras are created equal, and some features may be more relevant to the fire service than others.
For the company officer, having a dash cam in the rig can provide proof of wrong doing, serve as a training tool and change driver behavior.
More than a shiny place to mount the Q, planning the front bumper function is a big part of specifying a new truck.
How does your department use tablets? Sound off in the comment section below
Assessing your intended use and what the market has to offer will give you the most bang for your tablet buck.
A perfectly restored fire truck is the envy of many a fire departments, here's what you need to know to take an old rig from rust bucket to beauty queen.
Technology and innovation are improving safety and functionality at the tip of the ladder.
More important than the rig itself is what's inside; doing a full, honest inventory will help you get the most of your rehab unit.
There were some incredibly innovative firefighting tools introduced this year and an equally incredible amount of work left to do on that front.
E-One V.P.: "It's nothing dramatic, but we are seeing some bounce back."
From connected vehicle to seatbelt safety, these new apparatus techs are mind blowing.
Aside from the 'alien' look, this reinvented hydrant has the guts to fight freezing, rust, vandalism and other problems that plague traditional hydrants.





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