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Friday, July 29, 2016

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Neb. firefighter dies after battle with lung cancer
NY teens train to become firefighters at fire camp
SD boy with cancer becomes honorary firefighter
Kan. firefighter dies in rig crash: The truck tire blew out on the highway, causing the vehicle to cross the median and veer into a ditch
Cincy firefighters advised to wear body armor following shooting: The department currently uses 200 expired police vests and plans to purchase new ones
NM firefighting equipment stolen from national preserve: The equipment was stolen while firefighters were battling a wildfire on the preserve last weekend
Md. Lt. dies after long battle with brain cancer
Mass. FF arrested for several charges
Ala. Lt. firefighter injured while battling blaze
Texas union votes to censure chief
Idaho dept. receives $750K grant for new equipment
Mercedes-Benz app gives firefighters 3-D view of cars
Are Your Portable Radios Up to the Job? 
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Replace Your Backboards with a WauK® Board
The newest innovation in patient extrication. Choose the dolly-like function of the WauK® board to roll your patient out of tight spaces.
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3 lessons from Cincinnati Fire's LODD
By Rick Markley, FR1 Editor-in-Chief
NIOSH's findings regarding firefighter Daryl Gordon's death holds lessons for all departments.
Prevent tragedy 
What to know about rear, side fire truck cameras
By Robert Avsec, FR1 Columnist
With bigger fire rigs and improved camera technology, here are things to know before you buy.
The perfect view 
Volunteer firefighter grant funding in line for a raise
By Jerry Brant, FR1 Columnist
Legislation moving through the House and Senate would provide more help for volunteer departments that take on wildland firefighting.
Crucial changes 
6 tracker-approved skills you need for wilderness survival
By Megan Wells, FR1 Contributor
From training to become a wildland firefighter to pure wilderness adventure entertainment, survivalism is a useful skillset.
Can you survive? 
Use the radio strap
The radio strap is a very good aid, as it relocates the radio from the chest area to the hip area. Here's what you can use it for.
Check it out 
Calif. firefighters battle vegetation, motel fire
Va. firefighters battle fire after vehicle crashes through garage
1,165What does a Firefighter actually do?
1,028Cincy firefighters advised to wear body armor following shooting
8205 things a company fire officer should never say
715Firefighter sleep: 7 ways to improve your crews' sleep and safety
696Volunteer departments: Getting rigs on scene
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