Episode List

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Hoarder House Danger with Ryan PenningtonMost firefighters’ least favorite type of house fire is a hoarder house. They’re tough to …2018/10/22Uncategorized2018-10-22 06:00:13
Don’t Shortcut Your Training with Benjamin MartinWhen you did your early training, did you make a lot of mistakes? If so, …2018/10/18Uncategorized2018-10-18 06:00:15
Get Off the Roof with Mark CotterWith more and more firefighters being injured as they work to ventilate roofs during a …2018/10/14Uncategorized2018-10-14 06:07:43
Dealing with PTSD and Clinical Depression with Todd DonovanIf you or someone you know had a broken arm, you’d want it treated right …2018/10/11Uncategorized2018-10-11 06:00:29
Engine Company Pride with Jarrod SergiSometimes it seems that engine companies don’t always get the respect they deserve. It may …2018/10/08Uncategorized2018-10-08 06:00:43
How Firefighter Culture Affects Safety with J. Travis CarricatoOn this episode, we’re taking a look at the culture of your fire department. We’ve …2018/10/04Uncategorized2018-10-04 06:24:38
The “Emergency!” Attitude with Mike RubinIf you’re of a certain age, you were probably strongly influenced to become a firefighter-paramedic …2018/10/01Uncategorized2018-10-01 06:00:43
How to Make Good Decisions on the Fly with Nick SalamehIf you’re a company officer or a command-level officer, you know the job is all …2018/09/27Uncategorized2018-09-27 06:00:56
How to be the New Guy with Tom ReddenWe’ve talked several times on this show about working with younger firefighters. But we haven’t …2018/09/24Uncategorized2018-09-24 06:00:16
Primary Search Techniques with Paul MastronardiHow do you conduct a primary search? It’s one of the most critical actions a …2018/09/20Uncategorized2018-09-20 05:00:58
Where Are All the Women? with Cheryl HorvathThe number of women who have joined the ranks of firefighters is still hovering at …2018/09/17Uncategorized2018-09-17 06:00:07
In Praise of the Grinders with TJ WardAre you a grinder? Do you go above and beyond, not for the praise, but …2018/09/13Uncategorized2018-09-13 06:00:02
Own It! with Andrew SauderWhen you think of ownership, what comes to mind? Well, there’s Rick Lasky’s book, “Pride …2018/09/10Uncategorized2018-09-10 06:00:12
Designing the Ultimate Fire Engine with Ricky RileyWhat if you had unlimited funds to design and build the ultimate fire engine for …2018/09/06Uncategorized2018-09-06 06:00:40
Wood Construction Can Kill You with Mark van der FeystWe all know we’re facing fewer structure fires these days … but the ones that …2018/09/03Uncategorized2018-09-03 06:00:56
Lessons Learned from the Charleston 9 LODD incident with Dr. David GriffinOn this show, we discuss a major line-of-duty-death incident: the loss of the Charleston Nine. …2018/08/30Uncategorized2018-08-30 06:00:43
Why You Should Be Doing Oriented Searches with Chris DelBelloHow do you conduct a primary search? I’ll bet you do it by having the …2018/08/27Uncategorized2018-08-27 06:00:18
Getting Others to Meet Your Expectations with Dr. Liane DaveyOn this show, we’re going to talk about team-building from a different point of view. …2018/08/23Uncategorized2018-08-23 06:00:16
Sister in a Brotherhood with Cindie Schooner-BallWe call it the Brotherhood. It’s been the basis of the fire service since … …2018/08/20Uncategorized2018-08-20 06:00:33
Anatomy of a Confined Space Rescue with Mike DaleyOn this episode, we take a look at a confined space rescue and dissect it. …2018/08/16Uncategorized2018-08-16 06:00:31
When to Fly a Patient with Cory Moser and Joseph UridilWhen do you request a medical helicopter to a scene? Most captains and battalion chiefs …2018/08/13Uncategorized2018-08-13 06:00:08
Old-School Attitude with Chris TobinIf you spend any time on Twitter, you’ve likely seen the tweets from Chris Tobin. …2018/08/09social media2018-08-09 06:00:00
Paying for Community Paramedicine with Gary LudwigWe’ve discussed community paramedicine programs on this show in the past. They hold the potential …2018/08/06community paramedicine2018-08-06 06:00:33
The Dispatcher Shortage with Barry FureyDispatchers are the key to our emergency system. But you know that. It’s a more …2018/08/029112018-08-02 06:00:55
When to Teach with Randall HanifenFirefighters are unique in a way you may not have thought much about: You love …2018/07/30Uncategorized2018-07-30 06:00:04
Safety at Crash Scenes with Jack SullivanYour department likely doesn’t respond to as many fires as it used to. Maybe you …2018/07/26safety2018-07-26 06:00:15
Developing a Community Paramedicine Program with Porter WelchThe trend toward community paramedicine, a/k/a, mobile integrated healthcare, is growing nationwide. That’s good news, …2018/07/23community paramedicine, EMS2018-07-23 06:00:03
Meet the Future of the Fire Service: iGen with Linda WillingWe’ve talked about Milllenials on this show before, and how they learn and work in …2018/07/19Uncategorized2018-07-19 05:45:16
Budget Realities with Brad DavisonBudgets are a lot like the weather. To adapt a famous quote, everybody talks about …2018/07/16Budgets2018-07-16 06:00:36
The Drew Hughes Story and the Do It for Drew FoundationOn this show, we discuss the tragic case of Drew Hughes, a North Carolina boy …2018/07/12EMS2018-07-12 06:00:16
Our 100th episodeIt’s been fun so far! Back in March, 2017, I started this podcast because I …2018/07/09Uncategorized2018-07-09 06:00:18
Bullying and Harassment in the Firehouse with I. David DanielsThe topic of bullying in the fire service does not come up very often. But …2018/07/05mental health2018-07-05 06:00:03
From L.A. to Wyoming with Kevin GrangeFire and EMS are challenging enough in a city, where there are resources available. But …2018/07/02EMS2018-07-02 06:00:12
Special Report: Remembering the Granite Mountain HotshotsOn June 30, 2013, the 20-man Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew was dispatched to respond …2018/06/29Granite Mountain Hotshots2018-06-29 11:58:11
Re-thinking Rehab with Tim NowackA major fire requires a major rehab effort. A couple of bottles of water and …2018/06/28health, safety2018-06-28 06:00:19
Running to Remember the Granite Mtn. Hotshots with “Fireman Joe” ZambranoIt has now been five years since 19 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots were …2018/06/25Granite Mountain Hotshots2018-06-25 06:00:58
Looking at the NFPA’s 2017 LODD report with Marc BashoorOn June 11, 2018 the NFPA released its annual U.S. Firefighter Fatalities report. It showed …2018/06/22LODD2018-06-22 06:00:57
Understanding NFPA 3000 with John MontesDid you know … the US has five percent of the world’s population, but accounts …2018/06/21active shooter2018-06-21 06:00:47
Watch What You Eat! with Dr. Susie DayFirefighters seem to be pretty healthy people. After all, you work out a lot, right? …2018/06/18fitness, health2018-06-18 06:00:39
A Cautionary Tale with Dennis RubinIn this show, we break down a fire that nearly cost two firefighters their lives. …2018/06/14safety2018-06-14 06:00:56
Tips to be a Better Incident Commander with Jason HoevelmannIf you’re an incident commander, you probably have your own style, so to speak. Maybe …2018/06/11leadership, training2018-06-11 06:00:31
Are You Afraid to be Alone With Your Thoughts? with Jada HudsonLots of firefighters are workaholics. Not that they’d use the word to describe themselves. You’re …2018/06/07mental health2018-06-07 06:00:39
Learning SLAB SAVERS with Jesse QuinaltyFirefighters have a love-hate relationship with acronyms. There’s SLICE-RS, RECEO, and REVAS.  In fact, Firehouse …2018/06/04leadership, training2018-06-04 06:00:42
What Burn Buildings Can Teach – And What They Can’t with David RhodesOn this episode, we’re talking burn buildings. Probably, the best simulated fires come from actual …2018/05/31training2018-05-31 06:00:17
Ballistic Vests for Firefighters with Kane NixonOne of the unfortunate realities faced these days is the fact that firefighters now need …2018/05/28terrorism, training2018-05-28 06:00:52
Better Than “First, Do No Harm” with Mike RubinWhen you’re on a medical call, does the Prime Directive ever enter your mind? We’re …2018/05/24EMS, Uncategorized2018-05-24 06:00:16
Interagency Cooperation at Tactical Situations with Jim MorrisseyActive-shooter situations seem to be happening more and more frequently. That means fire departments need …2018/05/21active shooter, terrorism2018-05-21 06:00:15
What to Do if You’re Passed Over for Promotion with Matt TobiaAs you began your firefighting career, all you had to do to promote was get …2018/05/17leadership, training2018-05-17 06:00:40
Using a Deck Gun on a House Fire with Paul ShapiroWhen you get to a fire scene, what size line do you most often pull? …2018/05/14training2018-05-14 06:00:42
What Firefighters Know with Michael MorseWhat do you tell people when they ask about your job? Most firefighters will hit …2018/05/10heroism, safety, tradition2018-05-10 06:00:21
Preventing Emergencies: Project Mayday with Don AbbottAbout the scariest thing a firefighter can hear over the radio is a mayday call. …2018/05/07safety2018-05-07 06:00:27
Attacked on a Run with Ben VernonWhen Ben Vernon, a San Diego firefighter/paramedic, responded to a call for an intoxicated male …2018/05/03mental health, Uncategorized2018-05-03 06:00:03
Ideas for Recruiting and Retaining Volunteers with Candice McDonaldSometimes, it seems like people just don’t have the time to be a volunteer firefighter …2018/04/30volunteers2018-04-30 06:00:25
What You Need to Know About High-Rise Firefighting with Mike TerpakHigh-rise firefighting is a lot of work and can be dangerous in different ways. It’s …2018/04/26training2018-04-26 06:00:12
Is a 270-Degree Recon Enough? with Brian ButlerGo to enough conferences or read enough magazine articles and you’ll start to feel shamed …2018/04/23training2018-04-23 06:00:28
Hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle safety with Jennifer HamiltonThere are a lot of cars on the road today that—just a few years ago …2018/04/19safety, training2018-04-19 06:00:22
Avoiding “No Way Out” Situations with John CagnoThe difference between a “Mayday” situation and a “No Way Out” situation, says John Cagno, …2018/04/16training2018-04-16 06:00:01
Five Rules for Firehouse Leadership with John M. Buckman IIIThere’s been lot said and written about leadership in the fire service, and some of …2018/04/12leadership2018-04-12 06:00:01
Finishing the Arizona Fallen Firefighter and Paramedics’ Memorial with Rick DeGrawLots of cities around the country have memorials to fallen firefighters, but I’m partial to …2018/04/09heroism, history2018-04-09 05:00:27
Stopping Confirmation Bias with Brian SchaefferIs there a typical fire? Probably not. But there is a most-common fire: single-family residential …2018/04/05training2018-04-05 06:00:30
How to Visit Firehouses with Justin SchorrIf you’re like most firefighters, when you go on vacation, you like to stop by …2018/04/02Misc2018-04-02 06:00:19
Ending the Firefighter Suicide Crisis with Dena AliIt’s not well-known outside the fire service, but there’s a suicide crisis among firefighters. We’re …2018/03/29mental health2018-03-29 06:00:26
Eat Like Your Ancestors with Nick HolderbaumIf you have the feeling that what you eat may be slowing you down, our …2018/03/26health2018-03-26 06:00:35
Better Firefighter Career Planning with Billy D. HayesIf you want a successful career in the fire service, you need to be prepared …2018/03/22careers2018-03-22 06:00:45
TRT: Ropes, new techniques, and training with Bob DuemmelRope rescue technology is changing rapidly, and it’s important to keep up. When there are …2018/03/19training2018-03-19 06:00:39
How to Kill Your Firefighting Career Using Social Media with Marc BashoorAs a firefighter, you’re an example to the community. You may already realize that. And …2018/03/15social media2018-03-15 06:00:18
The Mistake You Make in Every Argument with Dr. Liane DaveyWhen you live with co-workers for 24 or 48 hours at a time, it is …2018/03/12leadership2018-03-12 06:00:26
Weapon Selection for Today’s Fires with Curt IsaksonYou’ve heard the phrase, “fight fire with fire.”  Yeah, that’s what the wildland guys do. …2018/03/01training2018-03-01 06:00:11
The Art of Reading Smoke with Deputy Chief Phil JoseThe Art of Reading Smoke can make your job easier. It can also save your …2018/02/26training2018-02-26 06:00:50
Firefighter Sleep Disorders with Dr. Sara JahnkeHow’s the quality of your sleep when you’re on duty? Odds are, it isn’t real …2018/02/22health2018-02-22 06:00:22
Firefighter concussions with Mat BlankenshipConcussions have been in the news lately, especially in football players. Football players at all …2018/02/19health2018-02-19 06:00:10
Officer in the Backseat with Robert AvsecRobert Avsec had no idea he was about to kick over a hornet’s nest when …2018/02/15leadership2018-02-15 05:00:42
Better Engine Operations with Brian GettemeierIf a truck driver could do the job of an engineer, fire departments would just …2018/02/12apparatus2018-02-12 06:00:58
“American Firefighter” with Paul MobleyPaul Mobley’s created, along with writer Joellen Kelly, a coffee-table book featuring firefighters from across …2018/02/08heroism2018-02-08 06:00:01
ROVER … and Dante Gets a New Engine, FinallyOn this episode, we learn about how a long-time firefighter turned his idea into a …2018/02/05apparatus, innovations2018-02-05 06:00:26
Firefighter Mental Health with David WiklanskiAs this episode’s guest, David Wiklanski, points out, the human psyche wasn’t built to see …2018/02/01mental health2018-02-01 06:00:08
Preserving Traditions with Marc AloanThe fire service is steeped in tradition. And every community has its own, as well. …2018/01/29history2018-01-29 06:00:04
Motivation to Train with Scott Peterson  Firefighters do a lot of on-duty training. From company-level exercises to major simulations, there’s …2018/01/25training2018-01-25 06:00:20
Fitness for FirefightersIf you’re a firefighter, you need to stay in shape. That can be tough, though, …2018/01/22fitness2018-01-22 06:00:25
Great Size-Ups with David DeStefanoFor a new company officer, doing a size-up on scene can seem tough. First, you …2018/01/18training2018-01-18 06:00:55
Instant Post-Fire Critiques with Dr. Harry CarterYou probably do some kind of after-action reports for major incidents, and maybe a debriefing …2018/01/15training2018-01-15 06:00:00
Millennials in the Fire Service with Rob WileyIf you’ve had the opportunity to work with millennials, you know they’re a very different …2018/01/11probies, training2018-01-11 06:00:02
Swiftwater Rescue with Tom PendleySwift-water rescue is a dangerous proposition, and nobody knows that like an Arizona rescue team …2018/01/08safety, Uncategorized2018-01-08 06:00:48
Small-City Fire Department: Rockland, MaineChief Chris Whytock runs a department composed of both career and volunteer firefighters. They serve …2018/01/04Chief Interviews2018-01-04 06:00:30
Community Paramedicine with Matt ZavadskyIt’s the biggest buzzphrase in EMS right now, and it holds the potential to change …2017/12/28community paramedicine2017-12-28 04:00:11
Watching “Emergency!” with Chief Scott Freitag, BC Brad Davis and Firefighter Kayleen WeilandA lot, if not most, of the fire/EMS professionals of a certain age in this …2017/12/21Media2017-12-21 06:00:44
Rooftop Operations with Gary BowkerIf you work on a truck company, you need to know a lot about roof …2017/12/18training2017-12-18 06:00:10
Firefighters and Community Service with Daniel ByrneYou probably go out on runs (more like walks) to change smoke alarm batteries, but …2017/12/14community education2017-12-14 06:00:28
Using the right hose & nozzle with Anthony Rowett, Jr.Anthony Rowett, Jr. is a captain with the Mobile, Alabama, Fire Rescue Department. He’s also …2017/12/11training2017-12-11 06:00:26
Volunteers: Recruiting and Keeping Them with NVFC Chairman Kevin QuinnWith the vast majority of US firefighters being unpaid volunteers, it’s unsettling to realize that …2017/12/07volunteers2017-12-07 06:00:20
Extrication Tips with Dalan ZartmanOur guest this Monday on Code 3 is Dalan Zartman, who stopped by to talk …2017/12/04training2017-12-04 06:00:20
The Cancer Threat in FirefightingChief Brian F. McQueen (ret.) is our guest on this edition, to talk about cancer …2017/11/30cancer2017-11-30 06:00:50
Getting Hired with Mike PertzMike Pertz was a professional soccer player until an injury ended his career. He went …2017/11/27careers2017-11-27 06:00:30
Company Officers’ Academy/Giving ThanksThis week, we take a quick look into the Company Officers’ Academy held jointly by …2017/11/23leadership, training2017-11-23 06:00:55
Obsolete EMS Terms with Kelly GraysonOnce upon a time, we all thought we had the ultimate in EMS gear and …2017/11/16EMS2017-11-16 06:00:23
Fentanyl Advisory IssuedWith the federal government issuing a new advisory on fentanyl dangers to first responders, Code …2017/11/10EMS, IDLH2017-11-10 13:24:04
Five things a company officer should never say with Linda WillingA company officer holds the power to increase morale or harm it. And while actions …2017/11/09training2017-11-09 06:00:20
Mistakes New Engineers Make with Capt. Jim Spell, Vail, Colorado Fire (Ret.)This week on Code 3, we offer some tips to rookie Engineers. Sure, you passed …2017/11/02training2017-11-02 06:00:32
Five-Alarm Leadership with Chief Rick Lasky, Lewisville (TX) Fire Department (Ret)Chief Rick Lasky (ret.) will be speaking at Yavapai College in Prescott on Nov. 1, …2017/10/26leadership2017-10-26 06:00:39
Extra: Amanda Marsh on “Only the Brave”The movie “Only the Brave” tells the story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, and focuses …2017/10/15Granite Mountain Hotshots2017-10-15 08:59:40
“Only the Brave:” Hotshots’ Widows ReactThe Sony Pictures release about the events leading up to the LODD of 19 of …2017/10/12Granite Mountain Hotshots2017-10-12 06:00:58
Review: “Only the Brave” a realistic look at 19 heroes’ lives and deathsIt occurred to me, as I walked into a Phoenix movie theater for a screening …2017/10/11Granite Mountain Hotshots2017-10-11 09:00:24
Reasons NOT to become a firefighter with Deputy Chief Steve PrziborowskiPeople join the fire service for all kinds of reasons. Some are good, others, not …2017/10/05careers2017-10-05 06:00:58
Vehicle Electrical Safety with University of Extrication’s Ron MooreThe technology in cars today is a little scary…. and we’re not talking about self-driving …2017/09/28safety2017-09-28 06:00:22
Pump Operations Mistakes with BC Robert Avsec (Ret.)Robert Avsec is a retired battalion chief who had a 26-year career working alongside the …2017/09/21training2017-09-21 07:45:20
Leading Humans with Phoenix Fire Chief Alan Brunacini (Ret.)UPDATE: Chief Brunacini passed away on Oct. 15, 2017, just about a month after recording …2017/09/13leadership2017-09-13 23:51:46
Apparatus Safety with Woodstock, Ontario Firefighter Mark van der FeystMark van der Feyst began his career in the fire service back in 1998 with …2017/09/07safety2017-09-07 03:43:29
New video by Avondale Firefighter Kyle Winterstein takes viewers beyond the firelineAvondale, Arizona firefighter Kyle Winterstein spend seven months  shooting and editing “Firefighter: The Next 48 …2017/08/31community education2017-08-31 05:41:20
My Scariest Call: BC Brad Davis, Central Ariz Fire & Medical AuthorityEvery firefighter who’s been on the job for a while has that one call that …2017/08/24scary stories2017-08-24 05:55:55
Peoria Ariz Engineer Stephen Gunn to be awarded Public Safety Medal of ValorPeoria Fire-Medical Department Engineer Steve Gunn has been named as one of 12 public safety …2017/08/17heroism2017-08-17 05:25:57
Grant Funding with Prescott Ariz Fire Battalion Chief Cory MoserThis episode, Prescott Fire Battalion Chief Cory Moser discusses why his department got a SAFER …2017/08/10Budgets2017-08-10 04:18:16
Fireground Safety with Prescott Ariz. Fire Battalion Chief Scott LuedemanThis week, Battalion Chief Scott Luedeman joins us to discuss fireground safety and how Prescott …2017/08/03safety, training2017-08-03 05:31:49
Recruiting Female Firefighters: Capt. Reda Bigler, Phoenix Ariz Fire Dept.The Phoenix Fire Department has about 1,900 employees, but just four percent of its firefighters …2017/07/20female firefighters2017-07-20 05:22:01
Money vs. Innovation: Chief Mary Cameli, Mesa, Ariz. Fire & Medical Dept.  Like many other fire departments around the nation, Mesa Fire is seeing more calls …2017/07/13Budgets, Chief Interviews, EMS2017-07-13 05:28:18
The EMS QuestionFire-based EMS has been common since the 1970s. The first civilian mobile medical units appeared …2017/07/06Chief Interviews, EMS2017-07-06 05:09:36
The Aftermath of the Granite Mountain Hotshots LODD: Dan Fraijo, former Prescott Ariz. Fire ChiefNineteen of the 20 members of the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew, members of the …2017/06/29Granite Mountain Hotshots2017-06-29 04:26:37
Prescott Fire Dept. History: Firefighter/Paramedic Conrad JacksonConrad Jackson is a 14-year veteran of Prescott Fire Department, with 20 years fighting wildland …2017/06/15history2017-06-15 04:52:38
Finding volunteers: Chief Robert Rielage, Wyoming, Ohio Fire (Ret.)If you run a volunteer fire department or a combination career-volunteer department, you’ve undoubtedly noticed …2017/06/08volunteers2017-06-08 05:44:14
Building a Firefighter: Nathan Green, Central Ariz. Fire & Medical AuthorityDid you grow up watching TV shows like “Emergency!” and wanting to be a firefighter …2017/06/01training2017-06-01 05:19:05
LA County Fire Museum wins bid for Hotshots’ buggiesThe County of Los Angeles Fire Museum is pleased to announce that the Prescott (Ariz.) …2017/05/25Granite Mountain Hotshots2017-05-25 09:40:32
Small-town EMS woes: Capt. Tom Haney, Mayer AZ FireEverybody knows it takes at least four to five people to work a full code, …2017/05/25EMS2017-05-25 06:11:39
PTSD and Firefighters: Capt. Jeremiah King, Central Ariz. Fire & Medical AuthorityJeremiah King is a captain with Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority He’s been “on …2017/05/18Uncategorized2017-05-18 05:38:41
Barry Furey on NextGen 911Barry Furey Public Safety Consulting website Barry Furey has more than 45 years’ experience in …2017/05/119112017-05-11 04:59:11
Joe Woyjeck on LA Co. Fire Museum’s bid for fallen Hotshots’ vehiclesThe two crew vehicles, or “buggies,” used by the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew before …2017/05/09Granite Mountain Hotshots2017-05-09 08:51:22
Chief Gary Ludwig, Champaign, IL Fire Dept. on EMS realitiesThe Ludwig Group website Gary Ludwig is recognized as a respected national fire and EMS …2017/05/04EMS2017-05-04 04:24:16
The Probies: Samantha Vargas and Kayleen WeilandDo you remember what it was like to be a probie? Most firefighters do, if …2017/04/27probies2017-04-27 06:14:47
Code 3 Poll: Should firefighters carry guns on duty?Texas is considering allowing licensed first responders to carry a gun on the job. Maybe …2017/04/22Polls2017-04-22 20:55:21
Fire Ops 101: Capt. Brian Burch, Central Arizona Fire & Medical AuthorityDoes your agency hold a “citizens’ academy?” You may want to consider it, says Capt. …2017/04/20community education, training2017-04-20 05:01:32
Scott Freitag, Chief, Central Arizona Fire & Medical AuthorityChief Scott Freitag began his emergency services career in 1993 as an EMT and Emergency …2017/04/13Chief Interviews2017-04-13 06:05:34
Capt. Kevin Keith, Firefighter/Paramedic, Prescott Ariz. Fire Dept.Captain Kevin Keith is a 17-year veteran of the fire service. He’s a technical rescue …2017/04/06Uncategorized2017-04-06 06:08:09
Eric Kriwer, Chief, Mayer Ariz. Fire Dept.Eric Kriwer began his fire service career in 1988 serving in Fountain Hills, Arizona. During …2017/03/31Chief Interviews2017-03-31 16:41:56
Dennis Light, Prescott Ariz. Fire ChiefDennis Light took over the chief’s position at the Prescott Fire Department in 2014, less …2017/03/31Chief Interviews2017-03-31 16:29:45