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The History of the Confederate Flag

Posted by on Jun 27, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

The History of the Confederate Flag

Shortly after the bloody massacre at a Charleston church people began arguing about the Confederate flag. The church shooting claimed the lives of 9 African-American worshipers and set off a heated debate regarding the public displays of the Confederate flag in the south. Although many have supported and opposed the flag’s presence in government buildings in the south, the debate was pushed to a new level after images of the alleged Charleston church shooter, Dylann Roof, emerged. In one particular photo, Roof had draped himself in a...

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15 Signs You’re a Firefighter

Posted by on Jun 22, 2015 in Emergency Lights | 0 comments

15 Signs You’re a Firefighter

In 2009, Forbes surveyed 5 and 6-year-olds to see what they wanted to be when they grew up. As you would expect, many wanted to be models, astronauts, lawyers, doctors, and firefighters, of course. In fact, 5 out of 33 6-year-olds surveyed wanted to be firefighters. All over the world, there are hundreds of thousands of paid and volunteer firefighters, and many of them have known they wanted to be a firefighter since they were very young children. Here are 15 signs you are a firefighter. 15. You dressed as a firefighter for every Halloween as...

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Run Directional and Code Lights with the PL4-D8 Traffic Advisor

Posted by on Jun 16, 2015 in Latest News, Traffic Advisors | 0 comments

Run Directional and Code Lights with the PL4-D8 Traffic Advisor

The PL4-D8 traffic advisor is ideal for volunteer firefighters, ambulances, police, and utility truck drivers. This traffic advisor has linear lenses and will help you direct or move traffic whenever you need it. The unit is available in split or solid color combinations and is a great addition to any emergency light set-up. What You Need to Know About the PL4-D8 Traffic Advisor The PL4-D8 traffic advisor meets and exceeds SAE safety standards. The unit is created with 3W LEDs and comes pre-programmed with 30 flash patterns. All of the LED...

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Tips for Drivers Near Wildfires

Posted by on Jun 14, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

Tips for Drivers Near Wildfires

The temps are heating up, winds are blowing, and humidity is low in Arizona, which means it is the perfect time for wildfires to erupt. As a result, the Arizona Department of Transportation has come up with several tips for drivers near wildfires. This is important because more than 50 percent of wildfires are caused by humans. Tips for Drivers to Prevent Wildfires Don’t park in tall grass Do not throw lighted cigarettes out of a vehicle window Don’t allow loose chains from trailers to drag on the ground (These chains can cause sparks that...

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Firefighters Try to Drown Drone

Posted by on Jun 8, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

Firefighters Try to Drown Drone

When firefighters noticed a drone videotaping them as they tried to put out a structure fire, they tried to drown the drone with water from hoses. Since footage of the incident has been released by the drone owner, John Thompson, many have taken sides. Many people the firefighters were wrong, and others blame John Thompson and support the firefighter’s decision to take dowhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?t=57&v=zzTqjmp1yN0n the drone. Drone Owner Claims Firefighters Damaged Equipment In TV interviews and on his Facebook page, Thompson has...

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Reasons Firefighters Shouldn’t Have Beards

Posted by on Jun 4, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

Reasons Firefighters Shouldn’t Have Beards

If you want to get a bunch of firefighters fired up about a topic, ask them what they think about firefighters having beards? Beards worn by firefighters go back decades. In fact, a beard was actually good to have back in the day before masks. In these days, firefighters would wet their beard and pull it across their mouth and nose to help filter smoke out. Generally, there are two sides to the debate; firefighters who are absolutely opposed to firefighters having beards, and those, who probably have beards, and claim the facial hair doesn’t...

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See Tracks, Think Trains! June 3rd is New Campaign from Operation Lifesaver

Posted by on Jun 2, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

In 2014, there were 2,283 railroad crossing collisions in the US, and 270 fatalities. This is an 8.8% increase for collisions, and a 16.4% increase in fatalities. While the threat of dying in a vehicle collision is something people acknowledge and accept, people are actually much more likely to die in a collision with a train or intersections where tracks meet the road, if basic safety measures aren’t followed. International Level Crossing Awareness Day In the face of these statistics, Operation Lifesaver, which includes the Federal Highway...

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Anheuser-Busch is Halting Beer Production

Posted by on May 29, 2015 in Latest News | 0 comments

Anheuser-Busch is Halting Beer Production

Temporarily Anheuser-Busch is halting beer product at their Georgia brewery. The brewery is an emergency relief partner of the American Red Cross, and stopped beer production late Wednesday to concentrate on producing 50,000 cans of water to provide relief to those ravaged by storms in Oklahoma and Texas lately. Cartersville Brewery Creates Emergency Relief Water Yearly Anheuser-Busch’s Cartersville brewery often produces cans of emergency relief water. In fact, the company has partnered with the Red Cross to do this several times a year....

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