'Out of Air' Training Video on Air Management Features Bobby Halton, John Norman, Alan Brunacini, and John Mittendorf

05/16/2011
By Mike GaglianoEvery firefighter knows that breathing smoke is a deadly dance with death. The modern smoke environment is a vicious mix of asphyxiates, toxicants, and cancer-causing elements that is literally breaking the hearts of fire departments and their families across the world.The Fire Smoke Coalition (firesmoke.org), a division of the Cyanide Poisoning Treatment Coalition, is proud to announce a training program funded by the Department of Homeland Security to produce a landmark video that should forever change the debate on how air management is viewed in every department across the nation.“Out of Air” is an hour-long video that covers the key elements of w...

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