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THE URBAN TACTICS SEMINAR: If you're tired of being trapped in a boring classroom listening to a bunch of common knowledge, irrelevant information, repetitive safety statements, babbling bullshit, THE URBAN TACTICS BAR SEMINAR JUST MIGHT BE FOR YOU!
Each seminar is 2-3 hours and customized to the region hosting the event. Yes, we're going to fires (virtually) and discussing realistic effective tactics that have been successful in some of the busiest 'fire duty' cities for years, tactics that can be applied anywhere.
Replace that morning coffee with an evening cocktail..
Our bar seminars have been incredibly successful nationwide (FL-NY-NJ-PA-VA-GA-TX) but took a hit with the covid19 pandemic lockdown-restrictions severely hurting the bar and restaurant industry.
NOW WE ARE BACK IN FREE STATES..
Brian is a Bronx NY native who moved from Poughkeepsie NY to Trenton NJ in 1981 where he served time at Trenton State Prison (as a CO) and Camp Geiger NC in the USMC. After getting his GED, Brian went on to earn a masters degree graduating magnum cum laude from Hood University.
Prior to becoming a fireman, Brian held over 50 jobs from 14-27 yrs old while focusing on a failed amateur boxing career until he fell into the 90's party scene making appearances at over 1000 bars in 75 cities in 25 states. His lifelong dream of becoming a ghetto fireman came true in 1997. He favored the nozzle and tillerman position because he loved interior attack, throwing ladders, breaking shit, and being left the fuck alone at the firehouse because his side jobs in Jersey and Philadelphia bars kept him up late. He also had other plans..
The goal was to simultaneously live the life of a rock star "incapable of playing any instrument" while living in an urban rowhome, driving a busted jeep wrangler, and collecting as many insufficient fund ATM receipts and cash advance checks as possible to live out that dream, which was beyond successful..
Brian later turned his focus towards family and is currently married with 3 young children and very close to his retirement from the fire service. He currently resides in Hamilton NJ where he is writing a future best-selling book titled, "Lies, Pension Loans, Shore Houses & Scabs" while continuing his passion of speaking to firefighters all over the country.
Brian believes in old school, street smart, street credit instruction, realistic methods, relevant training, improvising, adapting, overcoming and not operating in robot mode, but rather thinking outside the box and achieving successful outcomes on the fireground by all means necessary.
Brian also encourages fighting the PC, woke culture that has infected the fire service like a cancer, in addition to the bullshit being peddled to young firefighters for profit only or by those who don't have their best interest. Brian warns that will have dire unintended consequences..
All firefighters, not just the company officer, should be well-oiled size-up machines with the mind constantly running, monitoring, evaluating, taking in everything the scene is giving them subconsciously while continually maintaining situational awareness. Take the job seriously and have the ability to perform numerous engine and truck tasks solo.
Remember, "You can still be 'into the job' without being fuckin goofy about it."
If you don't come away from the bar seminar more satisfied at the end than your enthusiasm in the beginning, Brian will stop speaking (or assume you had too much to drink).
Brian believes the key to living a long exciting life as a firefighter is not the "clean cab" concept, it's drinking black coffee in the morning, bourbon at night, water in between, surviving bad luck, and having a few beers with the guys after a good working fire back at the firehouse.
Brian likes to come up with more than one way to do shit others have been taught one way to do. Brian enjoys being realistic, slightly lazy, creative, freelancing, coming up with easier and better ways to complete the necessary tasks on the fireground..
The URBAN TACTICS BAR SEMINAR is offered anywhere in the US where there is demand for it.
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This customized presentation is great for fundraisers, seminars, private events, promotions etc..
Content will focus on various urban tactics than can be applied in any environment. Every event is customized in content for the area it serves. Structure fires, engine/truck ops, the mitigation of various high risk/low frequency events, preparing for Murphy's Law, target hazards, machinery, vacant/abandoned buildings, top and bottom floor fires, aggressive tactics, company officer development, street smart size-up, critical decision making, rapid rescue, highrises, elevators, myth-busting, ladders, tips, hoes, collapse, construction matters, undermanned and first due, and when to throw the rules and SOP's in the trash for 5 minutes so that successful outcome will be achieved.
Interested hosting groups contact firstname.lastname@example.org This customized ADULT presentation is great for fundraisers, seminars, FOOLS chapters, union events, or just a night out with the brothers and a break from the modern day fire service bullshit.
NEED HELP? For individuals and group organizers, we will work with you or your organization to locate and secure a venue and promote the event if it's open to others through ticket sales. Remember, these seminars are customizable and flexible.
Brian Butler is a career Fire Captain from (Trenton NJ) with 25 years of urban fire experience assigned to 7 different engine companies, and 4 different truck companies during his career. Currently Brian is assigned to a truck company.
Former FF/Rescue Tech at King of Prussia PA
Contributor Firehouse & Fire Engineering
Owner UrbanFireTraining LLC and
Urban Fire Tactics (Instagram)
Saturday Feb 13th, 9AM-3PM, Open to all Pittsburg area firefighters.
Urban Fire Tactics: Basement Fires, Attic Cockloft Fires, Undermanned First Due.
Contact Don May 724-350-2819
Chris Evan 412-526-6297
Friday Feb 19th, 6:30pm -9:30pm
Urban Tactics and First Due Considerations.
Sponsored by Peachbelt FOOLS
Thursday March 4th, 2021 6:30pm-9:30pm at The Woodlands TX The Goose's Acre Irish Pub #AfiremanWalksIntoAbar Click here for tickets. Sponsored by #heatsraps, Firefighterprovinggrounds, UrbanFireTactics, TheUrbanArmy, Iron Brotherhood FOOLS
TBA: 3rd times a charm.
Urban Tactics- Click here for tickets
Urban Tactics: March 3rd 6:30 PM Hop and Sting Brewery in Grapevine TX
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April 28th 2020 6:30 PM
Second Night Added April 29th
Possibly Going to be Postponed. Check Back April 20th
Cape May New Jersey
Clip from the Reef and Barrel in Manasquan NJ. Event sponsored by WhatExitFOOLS (NJ)
Advancing a 2.5 in a Bodega. Take the 1.75
Ambulances in Fire Stations
Stay in your lane...firehouse snitches..
The good and bad of the internet..
This course will help prepare firefighters and company officers handle various emergencies involving high speed commuter rail, passenger trains, light rail service, conventional and CNG bus fires. Rapid transit is common in urban, suburban and metropolitan areas transporting thousands of commuters every hour.
Fire departments must prepare for passenger car and locomotive train fires, transit bus fires (CNG, Hybrid) extrications, pins, and other various emergencies on rail property.
It’s critical that ALL firefighters understand the dangers involving catenary, third rail, and diesel-electric propulsion in electrified territory and tactical considerations for train fires involving tunnels, bridges, elevated platforms, subways, and adjacent rail properties.
Basic train anatomy, safety procedures, tunnel ventilation systems, protective systems, proper tools and equipment for rescue incidents, extinguishing agents, and fire attack methods for Class A, B, C fires and maintenance trains will be reviewed.
This is a FIRE course for firefighters of all levels that concentrates on preparing FIRE departments for various emergencies and proper pre-planning for the types of rapid transit that service their particular district/response area.
Exact time and day TBA soon!