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A portion of the proceeds from the book will go to benefit volunteer firefighters around the country
'John Begert was never paid to do any of the things he did as a Gaston volunteer, and he certainly wasn't paid to crawl around in sewage investigating a chimney fire at a
In a new book by Linda Willing, women firefighters tell their stories
The book is FDNY's only official first-hand account of what happened at the World Trade Center on 9/11 and what it took to rebuild
Stories of the men and women who have dedicated themselves to the service of their community
'An elderly woman steps out of the car, and just from the worried look on her face, I can tell that she has a problem ...'
Not sure what to get your favorite firefighter? We've got you covered.
By Cary Black Katrina: A Freight Train Screamin'Capt. Richard M. McCurley was stationed at Engine 4 in East New Orleans. Engine 4 was one of the busiest stations in the city.
By Greg FrieseWeb sites such as are good resources for news, events, and reference material. Nonetheless, there is still a lot information you can find faster in a
Editor's note: What are some of your favorite firefighting books? Have you already checked out the offerings Peggy Glenn outlines in the following column? Share your thoughts and
By Gene Warner Buffalo News BUFFALO, N.Y. — When Buffalo Firefighter Donald J. Herbert awakened from his semiconscious state on April 30, 2005, he gave his four sons the greatest
By Shamus Toomey The Chicago Sun-Times Photo Alan Jacobs An image from the book, Thank God For These Guys. FireRescue1 SlideshowCHICAGO — When terrorists knocked down the World
AP Photo/David Kohl Family members wave to Cincinnati firefighters in September 2005 as they depart for Miss. to help with Hurricane Katrina relief. Like most civilians who get
To Hell and Back II makes debut across the nation INDIANAPOLIS — Last year, the To Hell and Back Burn Prevention Program was introduced at last year's Fire Department Instructor's
By Kim Gritter New Orleans Times-Picayune Copyright 2007 The Times-Picayune Publishing Company NEW ORLEANS - After more than a year of researching and writing, local author
By Brianne Dopart The Herald-Sun (Durham, NC) Copyright 2007 The Durham Herald Co. DURHAM, N.C. — Imagine crawling through a 24-foot long, 20-inch wide culvert. It's hot, it's dark
By Jamie Thompson FireRescue1 news editor The Cocoanut Grove blaze was the second-worst single-building fire in American historyIt was one of the worst fires in American history –
One of the hardest tasks for a training officer, especially of a volunteer department, is keeping training interesting. In an environment where you have mandated OSHA training,
Microsoft’s PowerPoint is clearly an excellent tool to use for training — but only when used properly. When used improperly, PowerPoint can kill your training. I call this “Death
Copyright 2006 San Antonio Express-News All Rights Reserved By J. MICHAEL PARKER San Antonio Express-News (Texas) Seven Fires: The Urban Infernos That Reshaped America By Peter

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