It is time to look at things differently and consider how others view the job and what can make it attractive enough to generate interest from more qualified candidates.
In Gary, Indiana, fire apparatus operate during a multialarm recycling plant fire.
The Iowa City Fire Department has taken delivery of this pumper with a 500-gallon tank.
This 2018 Pierce Arrow XT 2,000/500 pumper is in service with The Colony (TX) Fire Department.
The Chandler (AZ) Fire Department had Rosenbauer build three aerial platform quints with 101-foot aerials and 1,750-gpm pumps.
In this video, Spring Hill (TN) Fire Department Lieutenant Chuck Estes walks around the department's new 100-foot Ascendant Tower.
This recently delivered Toyne/Spartan 1,500/750 pumper is in service with the Wayne (NJ) Fire Department.
This Alexis Fire Equipment tanker was delivered to the Ravenna Area (MI) Fire Department. It's built on Kenworth cab and chassis and features a 1,500-gpm pump.
Monee (IL) Fire Rescue's Tower 55, a Pierce Arrow XT rear-mount platform, is shown operating at this Beecher (IL) two-alarm fire.
The Raisin Squad preaches about the effectiveness and “nationwide acceptance” of large high and slow flashing lights on school buses as well as similar sized alternating flashing lights at railroad crossings. Of course, we have zero scientific data or substantiating testing results to prove the theory. Our presumption is most motorists think like us and if they don’t, they should.