June 21, 2018 | View as webpage
Dear FireRescue1 Member,
In this month's edition of Apparatus eNews, Robert Avsec discusses purchasing a 911 rapid response vehicle and keeping your fire apparatus cool in the summer. Meanwhile, Will Wyatt talks about the evolution of apparatus emergency lights.
FireRescue1 Team
The Most Versatile Carry Tool
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Critical Communications for First Responders
Improve firefighter communications en route and at the scene with David Clark Wireless Headset Communication Systems. Ideal for fireground communication at the pump panel, aerial bucket applications and more.
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8 steps for keeping your fire apparatus cool this summer
By Robert Avsec, FR1 Columnist
Master mechanics and emergency vehicle technicians recommend the following apparatus maintenance tips to keep trucks on the road.
Train firefighters to pay attention
The evolution of apparatus emergency lights
By Will Wyatt, FR1 Columnist
When I started in the fire service, the standard was the old-fashioned, red, rotating light with a chrome base.
Early apparatus emergency lights
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