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Sunday, September 11, 2016

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TOP NEWS
Texas vol. FF killed in head-on crash
Flag firefighters raised at ground zero returns to site
Severely burned Wash. FF to undergo surgeries
LODD: Miss. FF killed in fire truck rollover, 2 others injured: Officials said the rig veered off the road and rolled over Friday morning
House passes 9/11 bill allowing victims to sue Saudi Arabia: Obama has threatened to veto the bill over potential backlash from the U.S. ally
Texas FFs paid for doing union work, lawsuit alleges: The union president said the association is the latest target in a broad campaign against unions that have long had agreements with cities
NJ dept. will hire 27 new firefighters with $5.2M federal grant
FDNY firefighter tells gripping survival story at 9/11 remembrance
Female FFs release calendar to benefit teen with cancer
La. FF injured in bus crash released from hospital
IAFF to open behavioral health treatment center for FFs, medics
Fire marshal convicted of theft won't face ethics sanctions
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REMEMBERING 9/11
What have we learned?
By Rick Markley, FR1 Editor-in-Chief
Much has changed in the fire service as a result of 9/11, here's a look at what we learned and failed to act on, and those things we simply didn't learn.
Looking forward 
EXPERT UPDATE
Post-9/11 firefighter communication technology
By Robert Avsec, FR1 Columnist
FirstNet was set up to alleviate responder communication problems revealed by 9/11. Here's a look at where that program is 15 years on.
Protecting our own 
EDITOR'S NOTE
How driver data affects fire departments
By Rick Markley, FR1 Editor-in-Chief
Firefighters should pay attention to new driver-behavior data as it may alter response levels.
Numbers don't lie 
LIFESTYLE & OFF-DUTY
'Hacksaw Ridge' tells the story of WWII medic and hero Desmond Doss
By Megan Wells, FR1 Contributor
Doss objected to killing but enlisted and served without a weapon, earning the Medal of Honor.
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FIRE SERVICE CHATS
Resources for fire chiefs
Chief Tim Wall details many of the free resources available to help chiefs run their volunteer and combination departments.
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Iowa firefighters resuscitate cat saved from fire
Car slams into Ky. fire truck
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3,942'Southern Female Firefighters' release calendar to benefit teen with cancer
1,750Mass. dept. hires 5 female firefighters
695Ky. vol. firefighter, JROTC cadet dies in crash
564Flag firefighters raised at ground zero returns to site
550Iowa firefighters resuscitate cat saved from fire
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