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PPE Training Guide - Thermal Performance and Limitations of Bunker Gear

PPE Training Guide - Creating a Maintenance Program for PPE

Fire Engineering Training Digest - PPE Training Guide This Training Guide should be mandatory reading for every firefighter. The information is of unparalleled importance.

The Origins of Fire Fighting

There is no question that Fire Fighters have a long and proud history across the world. For years brave men and women have faithfully served to protect the people. But how far back does the Fire Fighting tradition go? It might surprise you that the oldest team of Fire Fighters on record traces back

The Jacksonville Fire Museum

The Jacksonville Fire Museum in Jacksonville, Florida serves as a link for past and present fire history for Jacksonville. The museum also serves as the State of Florida Fire Museum.

Fire-Dex Celebrates Future Firefighter Mattie On World Down Syndrome Day

It all started with a message from Rich Mistkowski, a Fire-Dex Facebook fan and firefighter in New Jersey. Rich shared some fun, inspiring images of his son, Mattie, at his firehouse in his Fire-Dex gear. Rich added, "he (Mattie) may be the world's first down syndrome firefighter. You never know.

Fire-Dex Announces Promotions of Denise Bradley and Joe Luic

Fire-Dex is pleased to announce the promotion of Denise Bradley to Quality Compliance Coordinator, and in her place Joe Luic has been promoted to Buyer.

The Maltese Cross...Or Is It the St. Florian Cross?

The Red White and Blue Fire Museum

Fire-Dex: Celebrating 30 Years

On April 27, 1983, when stamps were .20 cents and gas was only $1.25/gallon, Fire-Dex opened in Cleveland Ohio, under the name National Safety Apparel. Thirty years later, Fire-Dex is serving the international firefighter community as a top provider of head-to-toe turnout gear with continued

Fallen Firefighters Honored in Emmitsburg, MD

A seven-foot stone monument was constructed in 1981 in Emmitsburg, Maryland to honor the brave men and women who lost their lives to protect their community. The monument features a sculpted Maltese Cross, the traditional symbol of the fire service. There is an engraved plaque on the monument that

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