This women’s razor back tank top was inspired by the Dedicated For Life 2014 EMS Week theme.
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.
This firefighter t-shirt is part of our American Firefighter series from Fire and Fuel Apparel. The American Firefighter series has a modern look to the designs and there placements. These designs incorporates the some of the tools from the firefighter trade and traditional icons used throughout the history of firefighting. The front of the shirt has a helmet shield outline in the background. In the center of […]
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”.
The Dragon Slayer deep V-neck t-shirt is part of our American Firefighter series from Fire And Fuel Apparel. The center depicts a firefighter slaying a fire breathing dragon in the heart of a Maltese cross.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) — A wildfire in Yosemite National Park made a new run that firefighters quickly stopped, and containment lines have kept it from threatening some treasured trees that are among the largest and oldest living things on earth. The blaze made a run of about a half-mile in the Crane Creek […]
Are you looking for a job in the Fire Service? Here are some openings out West: Professional and Administrative Positions (**Denotes New Posting) **The City Of Livingston Is Seeking Applicants To Fill A Vacant Fire Chief Position The Chief plans, directs, manages operations of a combined (Fire/EMS) municipal department including fire protection, fire […]
An army of more than 500 firefighters was slowly turning back the flames of central Utah’s Levan Wildfire on Monday, having halted its spread at 4,336 acres. Fire Information Officer Brian Reublinger said crews, aided by nine water-bearing helicopters of various sizes, 15 engine crews and a bulldozer, had contained 35 percent the blaze. However, […]