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WVU-Based NAFTC Exhibits First Responder Safety Training Materials at FDIC

First responders from across the nation learned about the latest in alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicle training at the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium's booth at the Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC), the fire industry's premier conference and exhibition. FDIC gathers together decision-makers, trainers, experts, manufacturers and suppliers to experience the best in fire service education and technology. The NAFTC, based at West Virginia University, exhibited its alternative fuel and electric drive vehicle First Responder Safety Training materials at booth No. 3545. The display featured a suite of modern technology products including information abo...

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