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June 23, 2021 | View as webpage
Dear FireRescue1 Member,

In this month's eNews, Jason Caughey outlines simple funding solutions for volunteer fire departments looking to acquire apparatus, and Robert Avsec provides the history of the fire apparatus pump.

— The FireRescue1 Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
How to procure fire apparatus: Simple solutions for volunteer fire departments
By Jason Caughey 
Whether new or used, apparatus costs are skyrocketing, and departments need to develop a plan
Fire apparatus pumps: A short history … and beyond
By Robert Avsec 
Reviewing the evolution from the first motorized pump standard to the dawn of diesel and the rise of UHP and PTO pumps
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Getting your apparatus clean cab- or 'cleaner cab'-ready
By Vincent Bettinazzi 
Prevent exposure to toxins by developing decon processes and cleaning apparatus interiors
Hoseline advancement: What the first-arriving interior attack crew needs to know
By Michael Lee 
Tips for how to advance lines in an aggressive, intelligent manner
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