Nowhere else can you find more comprehensive firefighter training and emergency services instruction than with the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) at the world-renowned Brayton Fire Training Field in College Station. It is recognized as the largest live-fire training facility and the most comprehensive emergency response training complex in the world. Emergency responders hone their skills during realistic scenarios on full-scale props, including an aerial cooler that is the world's largest burn prop, a multi-level chemical complex, a pipe rack, rail cars, an airplane fuselage, a ship and the largest Liquefied National Gas (LNG) fireground prop anywhere. TEEX trains and provides technical assistance for more than 81,000 emergency responders from all 50 states and 45 countries each year. 

Each year the Carthage Fire Department sends several instructors and students to the Municipal Fire School in College Station for training.