Powell, Paul Wayne
April 2005
Fire Chief;Apr2005, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p60
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Reports that aircraft rescue and firefighting demands leadership and extensive training to handle basic scenarios and to prepare for emergencies that require careful improvisation. Importance of preparation; Discussion of how to maximize the budget for training firefighters; Questions to ask in relation to rescue work. INSET: WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS.


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