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The “mini” is built to access rugged terrain in remote areas.
Once the department decides it needs them, training on how to safely use them in the environment where they'll be deployed is critical.
Not every emergency scene has road access, which is all the more treacherous in winter weather; here are six solutions to getting there.
Fire departments are choosing rapid-response vehicles to save money; here are three steps to protect that investment.
With everything from T-shirts to trucks, there is no sign of support too large or small
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the fully functional vehicle serves as part of the department’s fight against the disease
The Wildland MPT allows a fire department to configure components, systems or functionality across a number of firefighting scenarios
The lights and sirens allow the 16 officials to quickly respond to events "to assess imminent threats to the public and often help mitigate a crisis situation"
Authorities said the two shot at a group of volunteer firefighters who were responding to a vehicle fire
From rural communities where a 75-footer is plenty to urban districts with buildings 500 feet tall, FireRescue1 readers weighed in on which aerials work for them
Without stability an aerial is nothing more than an expensive toolbox; here's a look at the different stability systems on the market.
Here's a look at the inner workings of pre-piped and portable water delivery options for aerials.
Knowing the capabilities and limitations of the different configurations are key to getting the right rig.
The accident follows three reports of Tesla's Model S sedans catching fire, but appears unrelated
The 2013 Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) opening is here! As you work toward the December 6 deadline, is your department adequately prepared to submit a competitive
By Matthew Adkins The Daily News JACKSONVILLE, N.C. — Onslow County and N.C. residents are better protected by a local fire department's recent acquisition: a massive
Increased firefighter safety and reduced manpower are two of the reasons to consider a pump-and-roll option on your next rig.
CLINTON COUNTY, Ill. — An inadequate amount of high-visibility retro-reflective clothing and backing a manual transmission fire apparatus up a steep incline were contributing
Daily Citizen WAUPUN, Wis. — Waupun’s police canine cruiser has been traded to the Waupun Fire Department for a thermal imaging camera and everyone is happy. “We
Decades ago tillers fell out of favor with the fire service, now they are making a comeback — but are they the right aerials?

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