Gear up and get to College Station for TEEX's Annual Municipal Fire School this July! The world-renowned Brayton Fire Training Field is a proving ground for firefighters. You'll have an experience you will never forget with people you'll always remember--those who went through it with you! It's the reason that firefighters return year after year, for the adrenaline rush and the camaraderie of a school like no other in a place like no other.
And if you haven't been yet, you're in for a wild ride. Read Bobby Brown's blog about what it's like to attend Municipal School for the first time. Then, grab your bunker gear and head to College Station on July 22. You'll find 279 acres of exciting hands-on training on 132 training props, including 32 live-fire training stations. Plus, this year you could be one of the first to train in the brand new 3-story building:
Even better news: There's funding available for rural volunteer firefighters to attend the school through the Texas Forest Service. It covers tuition, room, and board. Apply before July 22 and make sure that your department qualifies; and if you have any questions, call 979-458-6505.
One of the best things about being a Texas firefighter is getting to attend the Texas Fire School at the world-renowned Brayton Fire Training Field. So, Gear Up and we'll see you soon!