Just testing something out. It works!
The regional drill meet was the first of the year.
See on riverhead.patch.com
Bells have a storied history in the fire service.
They’ve been used to alert crews to calls, mark the start and end of a shift and announce when a firefighter has answered their final alarm.
In keeping with that tradition, bells and alarms across the nation will once again sound on Sunday, Oct. 7 as a tribute to firefighters who’ve paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Story and image from www.firehouse.com.
The “TC” stands for Training Circular. The Army has rearranged its publications a bit to better organize them.
You can download the latest copy here. Scroll to the bottom of the page.
COLUMBIA– ‘Spirit of America’ has made its way to Columbia with a breathtaking performance from the military.
The US Army Drill Team will be a big part of the performance, and World Drilling Champion Cpl. Andres Ryan is a part of that team. Click here to see the video of when he stopped by the WLTX studio.
Too bad the camera was tight on Andres, if the operator could have zoomed out just a bit, you could have been given a better view to take in all of his moves. Well, you’ll just have to go to see Spirit of America!