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January 22, 2021 | View as webpage
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Video: Texas FFs rescue unresponsive father, daughter from house fire
Neither of the victims pulled from the house had a pulse, but medical crews were able to resuscitate both at the scene
LODD: Calif. fire captain dies of COVID-19 complications
Ala. FF injured at vacant house fire
Multi-department water rescue operation after ice skater falls in Maine lake
ND bill offers health insurance to families of FFs killed in line of duty
Mass. FFs use hovercraft to rescue dog that fell through ice
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FEATURED CONTENT
Making the grab: When ground ladders are the right call for the rescue
By Mark van der Feyst 
Video shows FDNY crews using ground ladders instead of aerial to rescue people from burning building
The probie path: Finding, then connecting new firefighters with the right team
By Brian Watson 
Putting new members on a course that fits their skills and goals helps recruitment and retention efforts
Living up to our oath: We must take care of others and ourselves
By Robert Rielage 
Following a difficult year, firefighters must continue to focus on helping our fellow members cope
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Purging Mr. Hyde: 3 ways to cultivate the good within our ranks
By Chief Marc Bashoor 
Using a ‘personal 360’ can help minimize the mistakes that compromise the public’s trust in the fire service
Hand line pressure: How to bleed the nozzle
By Mark van der Feyst 
Releasing air from the nozzle prior to entry ensures firefighter safety by providing adequate flow and pressure
Photo of the Week: DC's Bravest at Inauguration
This week's Photo of the Week shows a D.C. Fire and EMS apparatus outside the U.S. Capitol on Inauguration Day, as D.C.'s Bravest helped keep the city safe throughout the day's events.
SPONSORED CONTENT
Launching a fire department drone deployment program (eBook)
How drones can be deployed in the field, and initial steps agencies should take to develop a successful drone program.
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