I am getting geared up for FDIC. If you are going, the only thing you HAVE to do is participate in the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. I wrote about it just yesterday here.
I will be posting our itinerary when it gets a little closer. You will be able to find Captain Wines and I split between the MN8 Foxfire booth #5571 and Black Diamond Group booth #2401.
In case you missed it, I was busy this weekend with a series of videos on FireCritic.com. Check them out here:
- South St. Louis house fire
- Hancock, MD 2 alarm building fire (helmet cam)
- Shenandoah, PA 4 alarm building(s) fire
- Utica, NY apartment fire with rescue
- North Whitehall, PA 2 alarm house fire (2 videos)
- Cisco, TX house fire (helmet cam)
- Dennis, MA house fire
- Shenandoah, PA 3 alarm fire (helmet cam)
- Morris, IL million dollar house burns after explosion
- Highland Park, MI 3 houses burn (helmet cam)
- Northern Baltimore County, MD attached garage fire (helmet cam)
- Gettysburg, PA vacant house fire
- Forks Township, PA house fire
- North Smithfield, RI house fire
More Content from the other great blogs and web sites:
Fire Law Blog offers us Cyberbullying – The Ugly Side of Social Media
True North is giving away a scholarship (paid trip to FDIC). This year, they renamed the program “Lt. Richard A. Nappi Training Scholarship”. Read more about it here
Since 2010, True North has provided training scholarships for firefighters to attend the 2013 Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC) so they continue to get the training they need to stay safe and protect the safety of others. This year True North had renamed its FDIC Training Scholarship in honor of Lt. Richard A. Nappi.
Firefighter Nation – Monte Egherman writes about Building a Functional Fitness Program
STATter911.com found a great video: Arrival video: House fire in Calverton, MD. PGFD in action from 1991. Plus an apartment fire in Oxon Hill.
MN8 Foxfire has rolled out the brand new illuminating helmet bars (to the right). Read more about them here.
Challenge Coins – I collect challenge coins and trade them. If you would like to purchase one of our coins, check out NM Coin. That is the only place you can get them unless you catch us with one to spare. If you would like to trade, let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Below is the National Firefighters Endowment Officer’s Club Chief level coin. Mine is number 005. Learn more about the Officer’s Club here.