Part 2 of a 2-part special of Taking it to the Streets will be looking at the New Fire Ground and the First-Due with Division Chief Ed Hadfield and Deputy Chief Jason Hoevelmann.
Part 1 of a 2-part special of Taking it to the Streets will be looking at the New Fire Ground and the First-Due with Division Chief Ed Hadfield and Deputy Chief Jason Hoevelmann.
Tiger Schmittendorf welcomes Firefighter and Gary Ryman. author of “Fire-Men” – a newly released autobiography of three generations of firefighters in the Ryman family, a tradition that started with Gary’s father and continues today in Gary’s son Michael.
Fortunate are the firefighters who have had the Brotherhood Instructors training experience come out to their department or training centers and actively participate in a hands-on environment of training focused completely upon their local needs.
Wednesday night, the Firefighter Netcast family grows once again as John and Rhett welcome the newest member of the Firefighter Netcast family, Lieutenant David LeBlanc, from East Harwich, MA.
He grew up near the Seneca Hose firehouse, a typical wide-eyed “run to the curb” kid, constantly drawn to the wail of the fire sirens as they passed by. Today, Wally Pieczynski an assistant chief at that very house in West Seneca, NY, as well as an active instructor and now- a Firefighter Storyteller!