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Friday, August 27th, 2010

Fire Stations in Argentina These photos were taken by our WheresDaFire.com staff as they travel the world in search of interesting firefighter news and information. Here is Buenos Aires, Argentina: A Buenos Aires ambulance. and Fire Station in La Boca District of Buenos Aires and Fire Engines Here is the voluntary Fire Department in Puerto […]

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

The Hydrant – Service It We Must (Yoda) (Photo: Source) Today’s blurb is going to be a little different. Last time I mentioned the Hydrant – Our Silent Friend, but now it is time to look at taking care of it. Why? That’s a good question. Hopefully you will never need to use a hydrant, […]

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Fire Hydrants – Your Silent Friend (Photo: Source) Lurking on every street and hopefully on every street corner, is a short multi-colored friend. Some are red, some are green, many are yellow, and some even get painted to look like Snoopy, Uncle Sam, or something like that. What are they? Well in case of a […]

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

Knowing Your Fire Apparatus (Photo: Source) Well, it’s time to get back to class. Enough of the classroom though, let’s go out in the apparatus room and look at the equipment. Oh you have already looked at it? OK, tell me where the engineer keeps the extra spanner wrenches… Or where are the spanner wrenches […]

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

(Photo: Source) Fire Station Placement Discussion During my travels and such I have had the opportunity to get to know many well educated and diverse people, especially firefighters. I have had the opportunity to meet one that works for the North Las Vegas Fire Department. His name is Firefighter Ryan Green. His background and specialty […]