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The gang tries to explain what they have in mind for the show. Naturally, ADHD takes hold and they end up brainstorming future topics.On this episode: Ryan Gates TJ Parrish Jeff Mrwik Rob Hunt

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The gang talks motivation, mutts, and being into the job. On this episode, Ryan Gates, TJ Parrish, Jeff Mrwik, Chris Carter, Bailey Reeves, Heath Haywood, Jason Joannides, Rob Hunt, and Ethan Tucker.

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The Misfits discuss what riding assignments are and why it is important to have a plan. Having a "playbook" for call types ensures important tasks are completed and will lead to success on the fireground. On this Episode; Ryan Gates, TJ Parrish, Jeff Mrwik, Chris Carter, Ethan Tucker, Palmer Record

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The Gang talks about recruit training, standards, and training out on the street. On this episode; Ryan Gates, TJ Parrish, Jeff Mrwik, Harry Stark, Jason Joannides.

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The gang talks engine stuff. From first line selection, to estimating the stretch. On this episode, Ryan Gates, TJ Parrish, Jeff Mrwik, Chris Carter, Bailey Reeves, Heath Haywood, Rob Hunt, the tree frogs behind Rob's House, and Rob's Dogs. 

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Special guest, Steve Hamilton joins the gang to talk about scenes of violence. What can you do when you are called to respond to domestic or civil disturbance incidents as a Fire or EMS agency? What guidelines or policies does your agency have in place? Can we improve that? Listen and find out what you're doing right, and what you may be missing. For more information follow Steve on the socials: Twitter: @cpthamilton22, Instagram: @Lthamilton22, and purchase his DVD at https://fireengineeringbooks.com/responding-to-scenes-of-violence-dvd/ use discount code “Hamilton” for a discount on your Fire Engineering’s Streaming Video Library account.

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