The Story Behind Fire and Fuel Apparel

The Story Behind Fire and Fuel Apparel Fire And Fuel Apparel presents a wide array of firefighter clothing and accessories for men and women, inspired by some of the bravest and most daring of today’s heroes. Fire and Fuel Apparel supplies shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, key chains, hats and much more with striking colors and designs…read more

The Firefighter Brotherhood

I grew up always wanting to become a firefighter. Being a fourth generation firefighter, I guess it has always been in my blood. The summer after graduating from High School I was hired by the Forest Service to be a wild land firefighter. I learned the value of brotherhood and team work very quickly. After…read more

Bryan Firefighters Recall Tragic Day They Lost Two Brothers

Feb. 15, 2013 is forever etched in the history of the Bryan, Texas, Fire Department. For that’s the day two lieutenants – Eric Wallace and Greg Pickard — responded to their final alarm. And, two firefighters – Mitch Moran and Ricky Mantey – were left with scars from severe burns. Read more: http://www.firehouse.com/news/11567711/byran-firefighters-earn-top-firehouse-heroism-awards…read more

Missing California firefighter found dead 1 mile from where he was last seen alive two weeks before

A California firefighter who went missing two weeks ago during a camping trip after he ran after his dog has been found dead among rugged terrain in Los Padres National Forest, authorities said Friday. Michael Herdman, 36, ran after his dog, Duke, the night of June 13 while he was barefoot and wearing just a…read more

Search for missing firefighter narrows after backpack, footprints found

Search and rescue crews were optimistic Wednesday they would find an off-duty Arcadia firefighter who has been missing for roughly five days in the Los Padres National Forest after chasing after his dog barefoot. Footprints and a backpack belonging to Mike Herdman, 36, were found Tuesday, but the boulder-strewn and tree-covered terrain exacerbated the effort. Searchers…read more

Lowcountry honors Charleston 9 on 7th anniversary of fatal fire

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – The community is paying tribute to the nine firefighters who died while battling a West Ashley furniture store fire seven years ago. Members of the Charleston Fire Department, friends, and family members of the victims attended a memorial service at the former Sofa Super Store site on 1807 Savannah Highway. Diane French, the mother…read more