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Monday, February 27, 2017

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Mich. firefighters honor fallen brother at stair climb
Study: Most US wildfires traced to people
Fallen Iowa firefighter escorted home
As cancer deaths soar, families must fight for compensation: In Missouri, Kansas and other states, the burden of proof that job exposures caused cancer falls on the firefighters or their survivors
Texas firefighter seriously hurt in motorcycle crash: Ricardo Castillo was transported to the hospital after his motorcycle struck a signal pole
Former Iowa fire chief dies after battle with cancer: Chief Kevin Brix was seen as a father figure and mentor to many younger firefighters
Calif. FF suffers medical emergency en route to medical call
Miami Beach fire truck catches fire
Cancer prevention programs stress keeping firefighters' gear clean
Conn. fire chief retires after 34-year career
Responders find, revive patient's turtle after crash
Man Snapchats fire, faces arson charge
Firefighter face, eye protection advances stalled
By Jeffrey & Grace Stull, FR1 Columnists
Attitudes, not technology, are what̢۪s holding back significant improvements to firefighter safety.
Facepiece limitations 
Roadmap for recruiting diverse firefighters
By James E. Garrett Jr., FR1 Contributor
It takes more planning, effort and money, but progressive recruiting builds solid firefighter candidates from a diverse pool.
The winning team 
How to become an Air Force firefighter
By Sarah Calams, FR1 Associate Editor
Similar to becoming a civilian firefighter, there are qualifications you must meet to become an Air Force firefighter.
Achieving certifications 
360-degree cam: Side-by-side burn demo
Why fire, EMS providers should watch 'The White Helmets'
929Firefighting: It's in the family
82120 signs that you're a firefighter
593Helmet cam: A day in the life of a firefighter
454LODD: Mich. firefighter dies during training exercise
331LODD: Iowa firefighter killed in crash en route to training
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