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Fire Engineering Magazine's been devoted to the training interests of firefighters since 1877. Now we're on the airwaves.

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The four owners of Traditions Training: Ricky Riley; Dan Shaw; Doug Mitchell; and Nick Martin provide advice and direction on how to keep combat ready.
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1:00-1:25 PM EST - Fire Service Court 1:25-2:10 PM EST - Danny Sheridan 2:10-2:45 PM EST - McDowell 2:45-3:25 PM EST - Willis 3:25-4:00 PM EST - Pennington

1:00-1:35 PM EST - Greenwood 1:35-2:10 PM EST - Kanterman 2:10-2:45 PM EST - Rubin 2:45-3:25 PM EST - Merrill 3:25-4:00 PM EST - Mike G & Mike D

1:00-1:25 PM EST - ISFSI 1:25-1:50 PM EST - Traditions Training 1:50-2:15 PM EST - Norwood 2:15-2:40 PM EST - Hoevelmann 2:40-3:05 PM EST - FOOLS 3:05-3:30 PM EST - Cline 3:30-4:00 PM EST - Duff/Avillo

1:00-1:35 PM EST - Lasky/Salka 1:35-2:10 PM EST- Dalrymple 2:10-2:45 PM EST - McEvoy 2:45-3:25 PM EST - Walters 3:25-4:00 PM EST - Kastros

1 PM - 2 PM Eastern Standard Time: Ed Hadfield 2 PM - 3 PM Eastern Standard Time: Jeff Dill 3 PM - 4 PM Eastern Standard Time: Jeremy Hurd

Fire Engineering EMS editor Mike McEvoy talks with John Sponholtz, RN, CHPN, AEMT (Tisch Mills FD, Wisconsin) who is a hospice case manager and author of an upcoming article on EMS response to hospice patients. This prerecorded... more

Join Capt. Mike Dugan (FDNY) and Capt. Mike Gagliano (Seattle Fire) on Wednesday April 15 at 4:30 PM (Pacific) as they share their knowledge and answer your questions.

Lieutenant Ray McCormack FDNY and Erich Roden from the City of Milwaukee fire department discuss Urban Firefighting tactics.

Chief Rick Lasky & Chief John Salka discuss leadership lessons learned from their experience in the Fire Service. Listen in as they provide effective critiques and tips for every level of the job, from chiefs on down.

From tactics and strategies to studies and tools. This class will cover all aspects of firefighting in rural areas, small towns, and small suburbs. If you are on a department that provides coverage to these areas this shows for you. And if... more

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