No Substitute

Colleti, Dominic; Davis, Larry
February 2003
Fire Chief;Feb2003, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p44
Trade Publication
Discusses factors to be considered during live-fire training of fire fighters in the U.S. Training use of repetitive-use buildings or acquired structures; Safety issues associated with live-fire training; Role of the fire agency; Tiered learning approach.


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