Ray McCormack – Full Day Class in January 2010

A couple of guys who have been working to put this class together sent us over some information and the attached flier. Ray McCormack will be teaching a class on two different topics as follows:

Engine Company Errors- The Dirty Dozen

Line Boss- About the Engine Officer and Hose work

These classes will be limited to the first 100 people who sign up and only cost 50 dollars for the full day class. A tip of the hat to the two guys (twoknuckleheads) that spent the time and energy in making this class possible. Please review the attached flier and hang it in your firehouse if you would like to help spread the word.

A detailed description on the classes and registration information can be found in the attachment. If you are interested please do not contact IRONSandLADDERS rather use the email address found on the flier. We do not want to be responsible for you losing your spot before the class fills up.  



Update: 50 out of 100 spots have been filled

Update: 75 out of 100 spots have been filled

Update: 90 out of 100 spots have been filled




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6 Comments on “Ray McCormack – Full Day Class in January 2010”

  1. Kroto Says:

    Thanks in advance to those “two knuckleheads” and to the brothers from ironsandladders.com for bringing Lt. McCormack to Colorado Springs.

  2. one of two knuckleheads Says:

    The class is filling up quick, so get your spot soon.

  3. SFDCAR3B Says:

    The flyer states January of 2009. I think they mean 2010- correct?

  4. one knucklehead Says:

    Thank you everyone for coming. We hope you had a good time and learned some things and/or reenforced some good solid task and tactical things. Stay tuned for more Ray. We will see you at the next one in May.

    Please send any feedback to: twoknuckleheads@gmail.com

  5. I would like to thank the organizers (TwoNuckleheads)and all the Firefighters who attend my training class. I have a lot of respect for all of you. I know our work places differ however our committment to our fellow firefighters and the public is shared and should never be taken lightly. Your individual commentment to sharing and learning is another trait you should be proud of. I know that I can not reach all of your bosses individually but if I could I would tell them how lucky they are to have such self motivated firefighters in their employ. Keep your commitment up and continue to question and discuss all that we do so we can develop strong tactics that support our mission. Keep fire in your life! Sincerely, Ray McCormack Lt FDNY

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