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Today, some 11,0000 women in the U.S. work as career firefighters and officers, with perhaps 40,000 in the volunteer, paid-on-call, part-time and seasonal sectors. These women have hundreds of counterparts in all aspects of the fire service in many countries around the world. Women serve as chiefs of career and combination fire departments in every region of the U.S., along with many dozens more who are chiefs of volunteer departments. International Association of Women in Fire & Emergency Service (iWomen) is an organization of women and for women — but not for women alone. Male fire chiefs, union presidents, EEO officers and others seeking to make the fire service a professional place where women and men work together harmoniously are finding iWomen a valued source of information and counsel. Our membership includes men in all ranks, as well as institutional members such as fire departments and union locals.
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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

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

Fire service attorneys Chip Comstock, John K. Murphy, Brad Pinsky, and Curt Varone discuss legal issues affecting fire training and firefighting. In this episode, the panel discusses the potential liability for fireground decisions and negligence.

Tools, Technology & Methodology: The Rescuer's Roadside Stop to Weigh-In On Everything Extrication. A new "crunching" topic every session on the world of vehicle rescue. This week's subject is extrication challenges as learning venues... more

Danny Sheridan of Mutual Aid Training Group dicusses the business of training and consulting on the basics of firefighting world wide. In this show he uses Command Sim created on the Fire Engineering Community page to discuss... more

Dr. James Augustine, the former DC Fire Medical Director who has once again returned as the Atlanta Fire Medical Director, will talk with EMS Editor Mike McEvoy about heat emergencies and management of patients with hyperthermia,... more

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.

P.J. Norwood is a Deputy Chief/Training Officer for the East Haven CT Fire Department and he has served four years with the CT Army National Guard. P.J. has co-authored the PennWell and Fire Engineering's Tactical Perspectives of... more

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.