The Battalion Series Returns for our 2017 Season Premier on Tuesday, January 31st Featuring Prince Georges County Fire/EMS with an new show with Fire Chief Marc S. Bashoor running Incident Command on an Apartment Fire.
At 11:00AM EST, we will be Broadcasting a very special Reunion of Rescued and Rescuer from an Incident 58 Years Ago on our "LIVE" Channel with Public Information Office Mark E. Brady officiating this news briefing.
The Battalion Series Returns on January 31st with our first new video-webisode for our 2017 Season featuring Prince Georges County Fire/EMS with a special show dedicated to Fire Chief Marc S. Bashoor who recently retired.
Also on January 31st our film crew begins filming 24/7 for the next two weeks and we will start of this production filming a very special LIVE event.
Chief Spokesperson Mark E. Brady will be officiating a true heroes story...
Just a quick note, and we will be updating this blog everyday from January 31st through to February 19th when we finish our second location near Buffalo New York.
PHOTO: currently editing upcoming show with Prince Georges County Fire/EMS that will premier on January 31st, more photos and vids to follow...
As you know, our series is not about fires or victums, we are about the job and try to feature departments across North America.
This show features Trevor Mistal who recently took the position of Fire Chief for the Stoney Plain Fire Department in Alberta Canada from Chief Dan Badry who recently retired after 40 years of service. As well, they have a new Deputy Chief, Scott Hemstad that will be conducting todays drafting training with this 100% Volunteer Department.
This is a mini-documentary of the massive fire thatquickly consumed six blocks of businesses on a stretch of Jersey Shore boardwalk, devastating a community damaged by Sandy last in 2013.
Our Directory of Photography was filming with the the Westampton Fire Department when the call came in.
We salute the members of the United States Armed Forces, the federal armed forces of the United States. The Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and the Coast Guard.
We thank you...
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"Women on the Watch" is back for the first time in years. This webisode will focus on a young women working as a volunteer firefighter and over the next year, we will see her blossom and watch her save a life.
This show goes from a motorcycle accident first thing in the morning, to some great training with one of the top women in the fire service, to some potable pump training on the lake, to our volunteer firefighter getting some time on the nozzle.
This series is not always about fire, it's about the people on-the-job.
Our upcoming show this week features the Calaveras Consolidated Fire District. In a previous show Battalion Chief Olsen was heading out to the Lake Fire to meet up with his Incident Command Team, we catch up with him later in the day, this day starts off on the Calaveras River with both Engine Companies arriving on-scene.
This series is not about fire's or victims, it's about the job, training and real life training with departments across North America.
We hope you enjoyed The FDIC Experience Mini-Series, now we return to our regular programming.
In this webisode, we bring you the first part of a 48 shift with one of the firefighter/engineers from the Calaveras Consolidated Fire Protection District located in the foothills of the beautiful Sierra Mountains in California. His day starts off with a vehicle roll-over and the patient needs to be transported via helicopter, like most do with advanced life support over twenty minutes away, then, the department tests and trains a portable pump along the beautiful Calaveras River
Battalion Viewers, you can find "The FDIC Experience" Part 5 - "The Finale on our Northeast Region with the Snyder Fire Department Series as well as on our "Special Presentation" channel. If you have never been, and are thinking of going to FDIC in 2017, you should watch this series and this last show will really give you an idea as to what it talks to complete the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb at the Lucas Oil Stadium. Follow the 1st Timer from Snyder from the day he arrived. Training is key, FDIC is all about the best of the best.