Firehouse

January 2010

Los Angeles, CA, Fire Department Engine 6 and Task Force 20 were first on scene at a greater-alarm fire involving a vacant two-story dwelling. The exposures on both sides of the fire were protected, although the fire communicated to several vehicles parked nearby. The fire, commanded by Battalion 11, occurred on Sept. 13, 2009.

Dedication: This month's Firehouse® is dedicated to Firefighter Conrad Mansfield, 45, of the Delaware Township Volunteer Fire Department in Defiance, OH; to Firefighter Lyle Lewis, 50, of Osborne County Fire District 3 in Alton, KS; to Firefighter Jimmy E Cameron, 47, of the South Chester Fire Department in Blackstock, SC; and Firefighter William Thompson, 65, of the Dushore, PA, Fire Company, who died in the line of duty, June, 2009.

Cover by: Martin Nate Rawner

Training Focuses on Rehab and Monitoring

On the Road Again

"It Felt Like a Bomb Went Off!" — Part 1

History Repeats Itself

The Apparatus Architect

Welcome, 2010

Where Ignorance Trumps Safety

"Manhood Versus Safety"

HazMat IQ: Simplifying Complex Chemistry for Emergency Responders

Worcester 10 Years Later

The Human Side Of Fireground Communication

Firehouse® Roundtable Apparatus Maintenance

James Arden Barnett Jr. Chief of the FCC's Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau

Ethanol — Part 1: Physical and Chemical Aspects

On The Job: ILLINOIS

Shorten Your Specifications

An Introduction to a New Monthly Column

100 Years Ago

My New Year's Wish for You

Hybrid Vehicle Emergencies

 

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