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Fire Engineering Magazine's been devoted to the training interests of firefighters since 1877. Listen to our lineup of podcasts featuring hosts from around the fire service.

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Why should I attend outside training? That's the subject of this month's podcast from Rick Lasky and John Salka. Sponsored by MagneGrip and TenCate.

Chris Tobin and Lex Shady are joined by Nick Papa to discuss legacy buildings. They pick Nick's brain on running a fire academy, the importance of knowing your buildings, and of course, coordinated ventilation. Sponsored by MagneGrip and... more

Guest Jeff Shupe returns for part two of his discussion with host Tom Merrill about basic engine company operations in this episode of The Professional Volunteer Fire Department.This installment delves into a variety of engine company... more

Although the COVID-19 pandemic may be subsiding, its impact on many firefighters' careers continues. Frank Ricci speaks with his guests about the vaccine mandate at many fire departments around the country and their... more

Host Eric Dreiman speaks with Chief Harry Tibbetts. Harry started his career in 1968 with the Indianapolis Fire Department. They discuss the changes he experienced throughout his career, the importance of camaraderie, company... more

In the debut episode of this new podcast series, host Eddie Buchanan and his guests, Dan Munsey and Mike Cox, discuss how data can be used by fire department operations to inform tactical and strategic decisions. Sponsored by... more

Hosts Dan DeGryse and Robbie Fisher talk with guests Chris Muscle and Jim Burneka about working through professional and personal trauma.

Control. Think. Execute. Today is the anniversary of the D.C. Cherry Road Townhouse Fire of 99', and our guest is Lieutenant Joe Morgan. On May 30, 1999, firefighters responded to a box alarm involving a townhouse fire. The initial... more

On the next episode of Tailboard Talk, Craig Nelson, Jeff Wallin, and Chris Rasmussen discuss hiring practices and the changes we're seeing organizations make in response to a shrinking workforce. We'll discuss methods to streamline... more

Chip Comstock, John K. Murphy, Brad Pinsky, and Curt Varone examine legal issues with photos, videos, and cameras (helmet cams and the like) and fire departments.

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