This video was produced to honor the past and present members of the Wilmington Fire Department in Wilmington, Delaware. I hope this video serves as a constant reminder to the public that all firefighters across the nation face danger and death every day. Firemen are on the frontline of America's streets every single day and night, battling against all odds to keep you, your friends and your neighbors safe. To the retired men and women of the Wilmington Fire Department, I hope this video allows you to reflect back upon the work you did on the job. Pride, Tradition and Honor....Dedication and Valor! Stay safe friends! -K-$on
I love riding and stretching the line. I love riding the seat. I love driving the Engine Company. I love Engine Company Operations. I thank the sweet lord that I was able to drive a 1980's era Hahn and Seagrave.
Save the critique comments, this video is a few years old. Safe vs. Unsafe, “Cowboy’s and Hero’s”, Risk vs. Benefit, GPM’s vs. BTU’s. Simply take note on what “firemen” can accomplish if they are afforded the opportunity. Two separate 1-1/2 inch hoselines with firemen on the pipe. PGFD Engine Co. #28 on the second floor. Video proof that “heavy fire through the roof” does not automatically warrant a ladder pipe/master stream operation. This fire was dominated by firemen. Safely. I hope the culture of "it's easier to quit" stops growing one day. Video Credit- Tom Yeatman as posted on Statter911
This video was produced for the graduation of the 38th Recruit Academy Class for the Wilmington Fire Department in Wilmington, DE. 19 recruits graduated on February 7, 2015 at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington, DE. The WFD welcomes these new members to the department! Work hard, Stay motivated.
This is a tribute to all past and present Firemen in Prince Georges County, Md. I dedicate this video to all of the volunteer and career Firemen who uphold the tradition of the fire service each and every day, on each and every run. To the Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Dispatchers at PSC, thank you for all that you do. The Legacy that those before us left in our hands continues to survive through the firemen who value and respect the job. May the PG County Fire Service Tradition live on and may we never forget those who are no longer with us today. Thank you to the firemen before me. Between the videos and audio, I hope this allows you to reflect back upon your work as a fireman.
**Please note that the Dispatch audio does not directly correlate to the videos.**