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Rim Lock Forcible Entry

The above video is highlighting some recent forcible entry training we have been doing at the company level and a critical issue we experienced. I hope you enjoy it!  

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The Double Keyed Deadbolt

I previously had a post about this topic on the site a few years ago you can read that Here I decided however that a video was worth making as well. Thanks for all the great feedback from my previous ...

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The More You Know

Does anyone else remember “The More You Know” PSA’s from the late 80’s and early 90’s? If not here is a refresher. Remember now? I have been thinking a lot about leadership, decision making, and of course the hot topic ...

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What’s In Your District?

Every so often I post a “What’s In Your District” when I find interesting challenges or things that may make “normal” firefighting procedures difficult. I hope it highlights the importance of getting out in your own district and find these ...

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Quick Focible Entry Tip

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N15KLp-hl6Y&w=560&h=315] Above you will see a video on a quick forcible entry tip on how to handle recessed outward swinging doors. It comes to us from our brothers over at Irons and Ladders (www.ironsandladders.com) If you have any of these ...

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Forcible Entry Challenge: The Rear Door

I posted these pictures on twitter (@averagejakeff) yesterday and got some good responses so I thought why not bring it to the masses! (or the 5 of you who read this site) Commonly the rear door of any occupancy is ...

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Another Example of Transitional Attack

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZW8FhFpCB0w] It is no secret that I think helmet cams, and cameras in general are great. Sure now we are always “on air” and a fire in your area could be on YouTube before you even finish draining the water ...

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The Most Dangerous Hoarding!

I am sure I am not the only one who sees this. For some reason not just in the fire service but in our culture we fear sharing what we know. A lot of people never share what they know ...

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