Be Aware: Gasoline being used during the warming months—May, June, July—may be more susceptible to geysering than in previous years.
This wildland firefighter got smashed head first into a boulder. He is certain his unique helmet saved his life.
This article is about options for improving wildland fire medical kits.
This article includes insights and information for wildland firefighters related to preparing to manage a major bleed on the fireline.
Each year the Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center analyzes and summarizes reported incidents to create an Incident Review Summary. Each summary includes exercises to aid crew leaders and instructors with facilitation. (Pro-tip: Do the exercises.)
Your head is important. Head injuries are bad. We do lots of stuff on the fire ground that exposes us to the risk of head injury. Lets talk about wildland fire helmets.
This NWCG publication outlines interagency procedures for using drones on wildland fires.
This new publication provides wildland firefighters with updated information on the ground transportation of gasoline and mixed gas and more.
This is an informative blog post concerning tourniquet use in the wildland fire service.
This article is from our 2019 Summer edition of Two More Chains. Thoughts from Three Focused Fire Folks By Alex Viktora and Travis Dotson Eric Graff Eric Graff is the Helicopter Program Manager for Grand Canyon National Park. With a positive shout-out to interagency collaboration, he is currently on detail as the National Assistant Helicopter Operations … Continue reading Standard Response