VIDEO: The day begins before dawn. Firing up fans, testing oxygen masks, sliding under the trucks with a flashlight; every 48 hours, a new shift of firefighters walks through the doors and sets about making sure they're ready to move. "We generally take an hour to an hour and a half and go through all of our equipment," said Lehi Fire Captain Randy Harding. "We go through and make sure everything's where it needs to be so we can perform our job." There's no doubt this team is a brotherhood. It's somewhat of a necessity, since they're living and working together — but the latest member of their team is no man.