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The Fraternal Order of Leatherheads Society is an organization dedicated to the camaraderie and brotherhood forged between firefighters. The F.O.O.L.S. provide real fire training for real firefighters and feel it is their duty to keep their brother and sisters in the fire service as safe as possible on the fire ground
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Anthony and Ed talk about fire command.

Do you expect experienced members to retire from your department soon (or maybe you are one of the experienced members retiring)? How are the up-and-coming members preparing for their new role as an officer? Is your... more

Chad Sartison discusses a number of topics as they pertain to Recruitment Retention, Funding and Community Support.

Join Capt. Mike Dugan (FDNY) and Capt. Mike Gagliano (Seattle Fire) on Wednesday March 6 at 4:30 PM (Pacific) as they share their knowledge and answer your questions.

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.

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

The Fraternal Order of Leatherheads Society is an organization dedicated to the camaraderie and brotherhood forged between firefighters. The F.O.O.L.S. provide real fire training for real firefighters and feel it is their duty to keep their brother... more

Danny Sheridan of Mutual-Aid Training Group discusses the business of training and consulting on the basics of firefighting worldwide.

A focus on building the foundation of the fire service by introducing you to the best of the fire service authors and trainers.

In the fire service you either "lead, follow or get out of the way." Pat Nichols & Mark Gregory are definitely leaders. Join them as they discuss training that is both interesting and informational.

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