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Nozzle and Backup Firefighter Tips

Engine company tips from David McGrail     Fire Engineering – Training Minutes: Dave McGrail and company share some details on the roles of the nozzle operator and backup firefighter during fire attack. These videos are for training demonstration purposes ...

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High-Rise Ops: Door Size-Up

Hoseline adjustments based on door swing     Fire Engineering – Training Minutes: Dave McGrail discusses the importance of sizing up the apartment door and making adjustments to your hose stretch based on the swing of the door. These videos ...

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High-Rise Tips: Stretching Upstairs

Minimize kinks and ease advancement     Fire Engineering – Training Minutes Revisited: Ray McCormack discusses a way of stretching a hoseline up a stairwell to minimize kinking and all for easy advancement of the line. These videos are for ...

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Manhattan, Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital Fire

10-76 for Box 989     FDNY Response Videos, with permission ©FDNY Response Videos 2020 – Fire Location: 1275 York Ave (Sloan Kettering Hospital) Fire on the 1st fl of a 21 story hospital E-39,8,44,22 E-23(C.F.R.D) E-40(Lobby) E-263(Comm) L-16,2,13(Fast) L-35,43,115(Vent) ...

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FDIC 2020: Stretching for Success

Hands-on engine company training at FDIC     Steve Robertson Lieutenant Columbus, OH Division of Fire Monday, April 20, 2020 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, 2020 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 1:00 ...

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Fire in the New York Times Building

Hooking up at Box 761     THEMAJESTIRIUM1 – Here you will see the FDNY operatiing at a quickly knocked down 10-76 high-rise fire in the ductwork of a restaurant inside the New York Times building on 8th Avenue in ...

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