Veseling, Michael J.
November 2005
Fire Chief;Nov2005, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p38
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the fire department of Naperville, Illinois. The fire department built a training tower in 1989, which is composed of a 2-story burn building, a 5-story high-rise simulator and a one-story portion for storage and confined-space training. The facility is used for company-level training as well as recruit academies, live-fire training, special seminars and classes, mutual aid training, technical rescue training, hazmat training, and auto extrication.


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