By Bill Pessemier
Among western industrialized nations, the United States has one of the highest rates of firefighter fatalities and injuries. What are other nations doing differently and how can the U.S. follow suit?
By Brad Davison
A research study found that increasing call volumes and training requirements are some of the most pressing challenges for combination fire departments in the Midwest. How can fire chiefs better understand these issues?
By Matthew Clark
Firefighters must contend with devastating natural disasters and other complex emergency situations. How can drones aid in their response and what do fire leaders need to consider when establishing a drone program?
By Jinnie Chua
The fire service has long been a male-dominated profession, but recent recruitment strategies are focusing on breaking down gender boundaries. Find out how departments are dispelling myths about physical requirements and paving the way for more female firefighters.
By Leischen Stelter
AMU graduate Captain Peter Jensen was one of the first operational command staff to arrive at the Thomas Fire. As a 29-year veteran firefighter, he has never seen a fire leapfrog over mountain tops and spread so quickly. Read more about his role battling the largest wildfire in California history.