The Thin Red Line of Courage t shirt is a symbol to illustrate the line of firefighters protecting us day and night and to show honorable respect to fallen firefighter heroes.
This firefighter inspired design has been placed on a t-shirt. Pure perfection has been achieved with this unique design. This logo is from our Sportsman line outdoor apparel and products designed by Fire And Fuel Apparel.
Burnout deep V-neck t-shirt depicts an eagle with a Maltese Cross at it’s heart
Fire and Fuel Apparel is committed to honoring the ” real heroes without capes ” with this deep V-neck.
Fire and Fuel Apparel is committed to honoring the “real heroes without capes.” The brave men and women who chose to follow the “fire” within and give their all in service to their fellowmen. Their passions run deep and are “fueled” by their need to make a difference. Apparel has always been a standard form of expression. We want to wear the “brand of our tribe.”
Incredibly comfortable American Firefighter Maltese Skull stretch fit men’s hat with mesh back.
The front depicts an eagle with a Maltese Cross at it’s heart. Underneath the eagle is the AFF Skull. The design is framed by a star spangled “American Firefighter”.
Atlanta firefighters hosted a Simulate and Extinguish Plane Fire Wed., Oct. 15, 2014, at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport’s AFRD Training Facility near Lake Mirror and Airport Loop roads. The exercise is part of an annual certification for airport rescue firefighters Read more: http://www.ajc.com/photo/news/oct-15-2014/pCRZL3/
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — A woman holding a baby screamed for someone to save her dad from a burning home in Central Fresno, and those pleas were answered. The fire broke out just before 9 a.m. Saturday on Dakota near Cedar. Beth Lederach called 911 then caught the flames and the dramatic rescue on cellphone […]
Despite the burgeoning Ebola epidemic, the Chicago Fire Department has never “fit-tested” its 4,645 firefighters and paramedics to make certain that disposable face masks used to protect them from fluid transmissions are properly sealed. The Massachusetts manufacturer of the N95 respirator recommends — and the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration demands — that first […]
A Montgomery County firefighter was seriously injured when a fire truck and ambulance crashed into each other while responding to a hazardous materials situation Thursday afternoon. The crash occurred at Parkland Drive and Aspen Hill Road in Rockville. The fire truck and ambulance were coming from different stations. Read more: http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Ambulance-Fire-Truck-Collide-in-Montgomery-County-279475022.html