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Common vendors and dedicated replacement funding go a long way to ease fire truck buying.
The union asserted that Houston firefighters have had to use duct tape and wooden beams to fix equipment.
Love them or hate them, apparatus chevrons are here to stay; here's a look at how the requirements have changed and may change in the future.
The system includes four independent rear sensors that provide audible and visual notification when an object is detected
The summer 2016 edition focuses on the best ways to evaluate and buy new or used fire apparatus, as well as how to restore those antiques
The following is paid content sponsored by ASA Electronics. By FireRescue1 BrandFocus Staff Motor vehicle crashes are the second leading cause of death for on-duty firefighters.
With bigger fire rigs and improved camera technology, here are things to know before you buy.
A compromised supply line is a compromised fire attack; this simple tool can keep the water flowing
Here's a run down of the safe and practical options when ordering crew and driver seats.
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.

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