ok, I'm not one to usually post sites like this, but I came across this one after seeing it posted on TWD. and wow, I am impressed. something good actually came off TWD.
it provides some very well done & useful information that actually is relavent to the fire serivce. I would definately recommend this site to any person new to the fire service (new being a relative term, I would say less than 3 years), as it reiterates many basic concepts, and provides (at least in my opinion) additional information that could save your butt or enhance your skills on a fire scene.
instead of taking about lights, or leather vs plastic, or black vs. tan vs. yellow, spend some time reading these articles, they are definately worth the time.
BTW, I am in not part affiliated with the site, nor do I know the author (yet). but I did want to pass this along to anyone else who is interested in learning something.
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05-11-2005, 02:25 PM #1
www.workingfire.netIf my basic HazMat training has taught me nothing else, it's that if you see a glowing green monkey running away from something, follow that monkey!
05-11-2005, 04:51 PM #2
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It's not updated frequently, but Cap'n Dave posts some good stuff. He's not an especially cuddly kinda guy, but I respect his opinions and dedication. I had him as instructor in my Essentials (roughly Fire I & II) class.
Another MoCo officer with a good site is Charles Bailey's www.tinhelmet.com. A lot of thought-provoking stuff.
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