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Brother Blog Featuring Retired Fire Chief William Jolley

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William Jolley has 37 years of experience in the fire service with 20 of those years in a management position. William was the Fire Chief of Haines City, Florida, a city of Approximately 20,000. Prior to that William was the Assistant Chief of Saint Petersburg, Florida, where he worked for 35 years.

 

 

 

 

Firefighter from Utah dies battling Mendocino Complex, the largest wildfire in California

A firefighter from Utah died Monday battling the largest wildfire in recorded California history, marking the latest fatality in a ...
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Training Opportunities

My ninth grade social studies teacher would put a quote of the day up on the chalk board every morning ...
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One hospitalized after chemical spill at Arizona facility

ryan (GCMAZ) There was a hazmat incident at Superior Industries in Prescott Valley today. Central Arizona Fire and Medical crews ...
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Feed the Police at Fire Life

Michael Morse The rest of the world might have gone nuts, but that is no reason for us to join ...
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Glendale (AZ) Fire Department Takes Delivery of Final E-ONE eMAX Pumper of Six-Engine Order

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Do You Trust Your SCBA Emergency Procedures?

Last week we posted the LODD reports from a fire in Baltimore County, MD in 2013. You can find Gene’s ...
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FDNY: The 23rd Street Fire and Collapse October 17, 1966-2018 52th Anniversary and Remembrance

Christopher Naum Accessed from FDNY “ Remembering the 23rd Street Fire†October 17, 1966, Facebook Page Remembering the “23rd Street ...
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Jumpseat Radio 072 Honor WOD with Brute Force Training

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Help a Brother Out

You made it here. YOU are the one that has the knowledge in your firehouse or on your shift about ...
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Atlanta agrees to $1.2M settlement with former fire chief

The city of Atlanta has settled a lawsuit with a former fire chief over his firing for a book containing ...
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