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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

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Fire Engineering Newsletter | December 31, 2014

There's no radio tonight. Join us Friday for another installment at, and enjoy your New Year's Eve.—Pete Prochilo, Online Editor 
CO Firefighters Rescue Two from FireTwo men rescued from a two-alarm house fire in southeast Colorado Springs Tuesday evening were flown to a burn center in Denver.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Wake Held for Fallen Inwood (NY) FirefighterFamily, friends, and brother firefighters said their final goodbyes Tuesday to Joseph Sanford, Jr., who died last week of injuries he sustained in the line of duty.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Aerial Ladder PlacementIn this final Training Minutes video of the year, Joe Alvarez discusses using the engine company to gauge proper positioning for the aerial ladder.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
In Case You Missed It: December FeaturesCheck out a recap of this month's Web-only features from Fire Engineering, including pieces from Frank Ricci, P.J. Norwood, Danny Sheridan, Forest Reeder, and "Construction Concerns" bulletins from Greg Havel.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Photos: Paterson (NJ) FireBill Tompkins captured photos of Paterson fire crews responding to a large fire at a vacant residence on Sunday.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Radio: The Professional Volunteer Fire DepartmentTom Merrill shares tips and training advice for volunteer fire departments. Listen to an archive of last night's show, sponsored by Grainger.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Zico Hydraulic Hard Sleeve SystemsQuickly retrieve hard sleeves from over the side compartments! Zico’s revolutionary new hydraulic system, Model HA-HS, stores the hard sleeves out of the way over the side compartments and lowers them to a convenient height for safe and easy retrieval.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Onspot of North AmericaSince its origination in 1977, the Onspot automatic tire chain system has received worldwide acceptance for its benefits in providing drivers with increased safety and productivity in snow and ice.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Nickelodeon Suites ResortWild, wacky, and family-focused, Nickelodeon Suites Resort is located in Orlando, where families make messy memories under sunny Florida skies. Whether visiting on a family vacation or celebrating a special event like a reunion or birthday, the Nick Hotel offers everything you need--from live entertainment to wild water parks to special firefighter discounts!  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Skedco Inc.The original and still the best solution for confined space, high angle or technical rescue, and traditional land-based applications, the Sked stretcher is a revolutionary design.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Dispatches, Mapping, Hydrants and More!IamResponding is the industry leader for Web and App based dispatch notifications, knowing who is responding and where, mapping, and so much more. Activate your FREE 2-Month trial today to see why more than 4,000 departments use IamResponding!  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
The RIT RealityWe need to stop using our rapid intervention teams, our go-to rescue group, as our fireground utility players, William Knight says.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Transom WindowsAn oft-forgotten modern fire behavior danger lurks in legacy constructed buildings, Joe Pronesti writes.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Year in ReviewJohn K. Murphy looks at some of the legal issues firefighters faced in 2014.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Essential Engine Company TasksThere is still only one company assigned to put water on the fire, and that’s the engine company. Anthony Piontek reviews daily training topics and ideas.  Share: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
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