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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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Host Chris Baker talks with guest Captain/Paramedic Terrence Manley, Mentor Program Coordinator for the Sacramento Metropolitan (CA) Fire District, about the effectiveness of the Metro Fire Mentor Program and the team of mentors that... more

Tom Aurnhammer and Ron Kanterman discuss leadership, safety, and recent events in the fire service.

Craig Nelson, Jeff Wallin, and Chris Rasmussen discuss adaptations in hiring practices with shrinking applicant pools.

"When all else fails, just do what the Captain says." Follow orders, be a good soldier, do your job! A new discussion from Chiefs Rick Lasky and John Salka.

Host Danny Sheridan is joined by John Chubb of the Dublin Fire Brigade in Ireland to discuss how fire research is helping fill the gap in fireground experience, differences in construction and tactics between Europe and the U.S., and much... more

Host Brian Brush talks incident command with Assistant Chief Chad Costa of the Petaluma (CA) Fire Department. https://trainfirefighters.com/

Host Eric Dreiman talks company officer development with guest Captain Marc Davidson of Fairfax County (VA) Fire and Rescue.

Ricky Riley and members of Traditions Training and the ISFSI discuss the expectations company officers have for the incident commander. Panel: Ricky Riley, Aaron Heller, Brian Zaitz, Demond Simmons, Josh Burchick,... more

Doug Cline and company discuss firefighter training, survival, and safety.

Host Tom Merrill wraps up FDIC International 2022 and talks with his guests about recruitment success stories for volunteer fire departments.

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