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    Quote Originally Posted by SPFDRum
    Pine Bluff must have 3/4 boots, all the BS that 7160 slings, they will need them.
    No way!

    The "Safety Patrol" would never allow that! Way too dangerous!




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    I am old and senile, SOOOOOOO Please Remind Me to never say any thing wrong on here !!!!!!!
    You guys are tough,
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    Is it time to change our training yet ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeJunkins
    I am old and senile, SOOOOOOO Please Remind Me to never say any thing wrong on here !!!!!!!
    You guys are tough,
    Yup! Like a leopard, waiting to pounce on the little baby gazelle!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones42
    Got some 1.5" and TFT automatics to go with those.
    Nah, 1.5 and Rockwood Navy nozzles.
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    what happened to pine fluffer he hasn't said to much lately....
    "DON'T GO IN THERE!!! DON'T YOU KNOW THERE IS A FIRE IN THERE!!!!"

    "YOU'RE KILLING ME ROOK"

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    Quote Originally Posted by hfd838
    what happened to pine fluffer he hasn't said to much lately....
    Busy shift...5 "fully involved" fires. He's gotta be whipped! .




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    ok guys...so hes full of s-hit. you made your point(s). but let the little gazelle be so he may lick his wounds and return to spice up our threads another day..

    on that note, iv'e learned something. I learn MORE here at fh.com forums from threads with dumbasses that post and the ensuing replys from the seasoned and educated, than the threads with NO dumbass posts. So without them...well, I might just be alittle stupider.

    So to all the rubbers out there, I thank you!


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    Quote Originally Posted by fireman4949
    Busy shift...5 "fully involved" fires. He's gotta be whipped! .




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    Does a fully involved fire include the extinguishment of the grill they use to cook lunch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pfd4life
    Does a fully involved fire include the extinguishment of the grill they use to cook lunch?
    Only if they laid 5".
    So yeah, I think it does.




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    The link is back up. Good stuff.

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    Thank you for everyone that posted a remark on here. Both good and bad. I do believe every fire we can learn from. Did this fire go by the book? No of course not. No fire ever does. And like the old saying goes. There is more then one way to skin a cat. Every department must figure out the best way to do things for their department based on manpower, equipment, experience, and education. I may be blessed to be working for a large department that makes a lot of fires, but in now way does that make be better then anyone here. I know volunteers who put must paid guys to shame. The point to this. Stay safe brothers and have fun. We all just do the best we can with what we have in front of us.
    Thanks again guys.
    I'm working on getting the next video still you'll like it. It shows one of my brothers (bless his heart) getting off the engine with his helmet on backwards....lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattyS
    So to all the rubbers out there, I thank you!
    Amen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hfd838
    Thank you for everyone that posted a remark on here. Both good and bad. I do believe every fire we can learn from. Did this fire go by the book? No of course not. No fire ever does. And like the old saying goes. There is more then one way to skin a cat. Every department must figure out the best way to do things for their department based on manpower, equipment, experience, and education. I may be blessed to be working for a large department that makes a lot of fires, but in now way does that make be better then anyone here. I know volunteers who put must paid guys to shame. The point to this. Stay safe brothers and have fun. We all just do the best we can with what we have in front of us.
    Thanks again guys.
    I'm working on getting the next video still you'll like it. It shows one of my brothers (bless his heart) getting off the engine with his helmet on backwards....lol
    WE WANT MORE!!!!!




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    Quote Originally Posted by hfd838
    It shows one of my brothers (bless his heart) getting off the engine with his helmet on backwards....lol

    Better than with his Scott on upside down!!!!!!

    Been there, done that..and have a picture to prove it!

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    Hey Dave....welcome back ! you've got mail !!!!!!! Have a good time ?
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    Got it Rujji.......kinda small though.

    Trip was awesome.

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    Great Site hfd38!!! Thanks for the videos!
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    Default Good Job!

    I'm not from anywhere near as busy as HFD is... but I've been to a couple fires.
    I think this fire was fought appropriately and efficiently. I don't know about others on this forum, but I've always been taught in "school" and practiced to fight the fire from the UNBURNED or LEAST BURNED area to the burning area. The guys without turnouts on... been there done that. Engineers have the choice of wearing PPE or not. But if I give reasons why I chose not to wear it then we'd be engaging in another issue.
    One thing I did notice and caused me concern but may be of no concern for anyone else, the power line on the front of the porch that burned through and caused sparking and I could see the house side of the burned through portion hanging. Like I said, to some not a big deal. To me, I'm not a fan of loose electricity.
    Some may not want to enter that structure. There are guys that I have worked with that would have performed an exterior attack and/or entered it to fight through the front door.
    I used to work with some older guys who did not believe in interior attacks. Needless to say, they didn't work in "busy" stations.
    From what I can see, everything was done appropriately and timely on this video. I'd like to see more! (Videos and FIRES!!!! )

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    Great video!! As soon as I saw some water coming out the front window, I said, "Yes they are in there getting it"
    For the nay sayers,
    1. That house was a long way from fully involved.
    2. Pumper drivers not wearing their PPE, I never have while driving a pumper.
    3. I can't see making an exterior attack on that, at all.
    4. Did someone make a comment about venting that?? Here's a clue, when it's coming through the roof....it's vented.
    5. I don't live too far from Pine Bluff, and to put it bluntly, Pine Bluff you are full of crap!!
    HFD keep up the good work

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