Contact Us

If you have questions or comments regarding the site or any of the Hand On Forcible Entry Classes please let us know.

ironsandladders@hotmail.com

11 Comments on “Contact Us”

  1. BRIAN VAUGHAN Says:

    good job fella. this will be a great site. I’ll try to send anything I find relevant.

  2. Bob Haines Says:

    To the truckies behind this site, many heartfelt thanks and will be checking back frequently for lessons learned and fieldcraft.


  3. Great site! Keep up the good work.
    Be Safe

  4. RHTA Says:

    Great website

  5. Goose Says:

    Hey Guys, I must say you have a very fine website. I am on the job in the Omaha NE area. I just wanted to pass along that we are having the brotherhood instructors come out and teach a Force entry class and a engine co ops class. The class will be June 25 and 26. If you want pass the on the word.

    Stay Safe,

    Josh

  6. Ty Mather Says:

    Thank you for teaching your class to our Firefighter 1 class at Pikes Peak Community College. You guys did great, and the students had nothing but great things to say about the instruction and hands on they got that class day.
    No doubt will I be requesting your instruction each and every semester from now on!
    Ty Mather
    PPCC Fire Science Faculty

  7. Sonny Brown Says:

    Hey Guys, One of the BEST classes I’ve be in for irons. The One-on-One was the best. Every instructor helped me. All of the props were for hands on were top notch! We hope to see yous guys again! Great job!
    Sonny Brown
    Cripple Creek Fire Department

  8. Sonja in Lafayette LA Says:

    Was looking at pictures remembering 9/11 and came across your site. Deeply touching. Thank you.


  9. Thanks again for the great class. You guys have the passion, knowledge, and humility to do great things for the fire service!

    Scott Richardson
    South Metro Fire Rescue
    On the Job Emergency Services Training, LLC.


  10. Thanks for a consistently great site of information. We have it book marked and use it often for research.

    Brothers at Haddon Fire, Haddonfield NJ (the 2nd old volunteer fire department in continuous service in the US – est. 1764).

  11. Mike Weimer Says:

    Great site and super information! Keep up the good work and be safe. From your brother at Local 1664, Montgomery County MD Fire & Rescue…Tower 735


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