Jordan Hood- PGFD

The Forgotten Engine Company Culture

The forgotten workhouse of today's fire service, the no non-sense Engine Company culture is a dying breed. We will discuss the aggressive ways of the Engine Company from the meadows to the ghettos. We will learn how to have a positive, and successful outcome at each incident. We will reinforce the basics to go further and faster, the ultimate goal on the fire ground.

Bio:

The forgotten workhouse of today's fire service, the no non-sense Engine Company culture is a dying breed. We will discuss the aggressive ways of the Engine Company from the meadows to the ghettos. We will learn how to have a positive, and successful outcome at each incident. We will reinforce the basics to go further and faster, the ultimate goal on the fire ground.

Speaker Bio *

Jordan Hood is a 14 year student of the fire service. Currently assigned to Engine Company 805 in Capitol Heights (Prince George's County), Maryland. He holds an Associate's Degree in fire science from Columbia Southern University, in addition to multiple local and state level certifications throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. He's a Pennsylvania State Fire Academy adjunct instructor, focusing on the basics and aggressive ways of the fire service.