Notes from the Kidde Flammable Liquid Firefighting School

04/09/2007
Note: The 2007 Kidde Flammable Liquid Firefighting School ran from February 27-March 2.The Kidde FireFighting School is a biannual event held at the Texas A&M fire field in College Station. The school teaches strategies and tactics proven successful on some of the most challenging flammable liquid incidents and offers students realistic hands on training. In operation since the 1970s, the school draws renowned firefighters from around the world who donate their time, effort and expertise by volunteering as instructors throughout the week.While at the school, students are given insights into the development of new firefighting technologies and techniques, particularly in the area of critic...

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