Fire Engineering Magazine's been devoted to the training interests of firefighters since 1877. Listen to our lineup of podcasts featuring hosts from around the fire service.
Firefighter Behavioral Health
Dr. Beth Murphy and company address issues related to firefighter health and mental well-being.
The Command Post: Dedication, Selflessness, and Honor
In this archive episode, hosts Rick Lasky and John Salka reflect on the concepts of dedication, selflessness, and honor, and how they apply to the fire service and its mission.
Engine House Training
Gary Graf, Jason Hoevelmann, and other members of the Engine House Training group talk firefighter training, tactics, and more.
SOTF Radio: From Navy SEAL to Firefighter
Tonight, our guest is Navy SEAL Veteran and Kansas City Firefighter, Andrew Crocker. Join us as we discuss his decision to join the SEALs, Team life, and what lead him to becoming a Firefighter. Members of the Sons of the Flag discuss the group’s work assisting burn survivors.
Engine Company Preparation
Ricky Riley and other members of Traditions Training and the ISFSI talk engine company preparedness.
Craig Nelson, Jeff Wallin, and Chris Rasmussen talk firefighting, fire service organizational habits and culture, and more.
love the content but probuct is lacking
its a good listen except the audio is really poor. i am constantly adjusting the volume which sometimes stops me from listening. if they would fix the audio it would be 5 stars
Great podcast, audio is quiet though
Excellent information from some of the most experienced individuals in the fire service. The only issue with this podcast is the frequent audio issues. Many of the episodes are very quiet and even with a quality set of headphones turned all the way up, can not be clearly heard if there is any background noise at all. I listen all day while at work, and I have to skip a lot of episodes due to simply not being able to hear them.
Content is excellent. Audio needs a lot of improvement.