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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

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April 18, 2016
online features

Response to Violent Incidents: Nine Questions You Should Ask
NFFF and partners come together to prepare you for potential violent incidents.

Under Attack
The fire service should implement policies & training for response to violent incidents.

Coping with an LODD
Few departments are prepared for the emotional, legal and personnel implications of losing one of their own.
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FDIC 2016: Hands On Training Setup
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Memphis Firefighter Dies after Fire

Live from FDIC 2016: Day One

FDIC 2016: Setting the Standard

FDIC 2016: Welcome Back
No Charges in Shooting of Maryland Firefighters
John Ulmschneider, a 13-year veteran of the Prince George’s County Fire Department, died after he was shot while trying to enter a home to make a welfare check. Read More ›
Memphis Firefighter Dies after Fire
Parents, Three Children Killed in Pennsylvania Fire
Ohio Firefighter Amputee Sees Challenge at FDIC
High-Rise Operations, Training, Tips & News keeps you informed of high-rise firefighting operations, tactics & command, and news of high-rise firefighting around the globe to help you battle your next high-rise fire safely and efficiently. 
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HazMat Roundtable in Indy40 Firefighters Injured
Professional Development
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Training Digest - Rescue Air for Firefighters
All firefighters will find these three articles extremely informative and useful. After reading them, they will be equipped to take immediate action to secure this lifesaving equipment for their communities. In this landmark training guide, Joseph Rush and Jack Murphy describe the components and functions of firefighter air replenishment systems (FARS), which firefighters often refer to as “standpipes for air.” 
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Engine/Pumper Drivers

Firefighters in the Outdoors

Vehicle Extrication & Rescue

ARFF Is Where It’s At

The Gear Crew

The Volunteers