September 2005
Fire Engineering;Sep2005, Vol. 158 Issue 9, p38
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Presents views and insights by fire department officials and employees in the U.S. Importance of constant water supply in effective firefighting operation; Thoughts on the various fire chiefs on the establishment of water supply in firefighting operations; Assessment of the general philosophy of securing a water supply.


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