June 2005
Fire Chief;Jun2005, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p13
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The article presents news briefs related to happenings in the fire services field in the United States. It is reported that for the second consecutive year, "The Hill" newspaper has named International Association of Fire Fighters General President Harold Schaitberger as one of the "Top Interest-Group Lobbyists" in the United States. Further, Cummins Inc. has announced the reorganization of its management structure involving many of its executives. Joe Loughrey, former president of Cummins Engine Business, was named president and chief operating officer.


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