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Forcible Entry Chatter with a side of GAP - SET - FORCE!

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Tune in LIVE Thursday, August 21st @ 6:30 pm to The Shut Up And Train Radio Show.

Please feel free to grab a stogie, and a cold brew and join us in the firehouse, while we discuss many forcible entry tactics while we go over GAP - SET - FORCE. Once again, we will be "Around The Kitchen Table" as we deiberate, discuss, and get into the nitty-gritty of conventional forcible entry.  This is one of the very first fireground functions as we step off the First-Due, and we plan to make smooth, deliberate movements, without getting our head loose, and letting that front door beat us. Slow is smooth, smooth is fast. This is Part 2, of forcible entry, and we are going to focus on many different ways to get inside quickly. This episode, we will be discussing some thru-the-lock maneuvers, conventional entry and some of the tools that are used to obtain entry. Join in, and become involved in some of the knowledge and know-hows that are involved in the "ART OF MAKING ENTRY".

Get in, and GO GET IT!

Guest Speaker:

Jon Lockwood

Inspector - Miami-Dade Fire Rescue - 4 Years of Service

Firefighter - Iona McGregor Fire District - Florida - 8 Years of Service

Boardmember - Florida Gulf Coast F.O.O.L.S

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NOTE: SUAT does not intend to belittle, judge, or criticize any department's tactics, procedures, or guidelines. We're not here to bang on each other, just to learn and make ourselves better firefighters.

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