Pillars of SUCCESS

Bischoff, Glenn
September 2007
Fire Chief;Sep2007, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p50
Trade Publication
An interview with incoming president Willis Carter of the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials is presented. When asked about the communications in the field that he first started with, he recalls that they had no portable radios. Instead, he shares that they used a lot of runners as a form of communication. Meanwhile, Carter states that they are now on the cusp of a technology boom.


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