Stream angle plays a big part in how the droplets will cool a hallway, and Ray shows how the water will bounce off the ceiling and walls cooling as you go. It is part of being aggressive, and part of being smart.
Ray McCormack is a Lieutenant and thirty seven year veteran of the FDNY, Fire Department of New York. He is a panel member for both the UL Fire Stream Attack Study and Coordinated Fire Attack Study. He delivered the Keynote "True Values of a Firefighter" at FDIC in 2009. He was the co creator of Urban Firefighter Magazine. He lectures on tactics, leadership and culture in the American Fire Service.View All Videos
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