What is courage, and how will you be ready to call upon its power when needed? What does being courageous look like? Does every firefighter possess courage naturally, or is it something you can train and learn to gain? These are just a few of the topics we will explore during this extensive break down of the greatest of all the virtues we strive for: Courage. 



Tai Rondeau

Tai currently serves as a firefighter for the City of Greenfield Fire Department in Milwaukee County, WI. He brings over 13 years of experience and knowledge ranging from his time as a volunteer and career fireman. Tai instructs and helps administrate for Truckie-Talk Training. He also is teaches with O’ Byrne Fireground Training, Brew City F.O.O.L.S., and has taught at several conferences and fire schools across the nation. He shares a great passion for the fire service and training.


Josh Webb

Josh Webb has been in the fire service since 1994, serving the last 20 years as a professional firefighter with the Louisville Fire Department. He lives in Louisville, KY with his wife and five kids. He has earned certifications as a Paramedic, SCUBA Rescue Diver, FEMA Search Specialist with a local MSAR Team, and is an instructor teaching at local and regional fire schools. Josh believes taking risks are an inherent and welcome part of the fire service. He uses this belief to drive himself, and others, to become better prepared to meet challenges and emerge successful.