Table of Contents

Fire Engineering

04/01/2005
Volume 158, Issue 4
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  • Departments

    • Advertising Index

    • Apparatus Deliveries

      • APPARATUS DELIVERIES
        The Willington (CT) Fire Department designed this W.S. DARLEY rescue pumper with a rear pump to increase storage space and reduce operating width resulting from hoselines...
    • Company / Association News

      • COMPANY/ASSOCIATIONNEWS
        ● The NATIONAL FALLEN FIREFIGHTERS FOUNDATION selected Deputy Chief William H. Goldfeder, E.F.O., to serve on the board of directors.
    • The Engine Company

    • Training Notebook

      • FORCIBLE ENTRY USING A SET OF IRONS
        With the development of hydraulic forcible entry tools (e.g., the Rabbit tool), forcible entry using a set of irons (eight- or 10-pound flathead ax and halligan bar) is quickly becoming a lost art.
    • Letters to the Editor

    • News In Brief

      • News
        USFA Administrator Paulison comments on proposed FY-06 budget
    • The Ol' Professor

      • SUSPENDED CEILINGS
        The suspended ceiling may be a part of a fire resistance-rated floor and ceiling assembly providing membrane fire resis-tance as contrasted with directly applied "fireproofing."
    • Products / Services / Media

      • Products/Services/Media
        ·The Elkhart Brass 2,000-gpm SCORPION® RF™ (RADIO FREQUENCY) MONITOR is now available in brass as well as aluminum.
    • Random Thoughts

      • WHERE’S YOUR ROPE?
        Years and years ago, I had a chance to work with the most knowledgeable (in my opinion) truck operation expert I had ever met.
    • Real-World RIT

      • Real-World RIT
        Since the advent of rapid intervention as a firefighter survival tool, many fire departments have taken a proactive approach in their continual preparation and training of rapid invention teams (RITs).
    • Roundtable

    • Editor's Opinion

    • Volunteers Corner

  • Truck Company Showcase

    • Features

  • Features

  • Firemedically Speaking

  • Fire Commentary

    • THE IMPACT OF BUILDING CODE CHANGES ON FIRE SERVICE SAFETY
      Although dramatic changes have been made in U.S. building codes over the past several years, most of these have been made without significant input from the group that faces the dangerous challenges of fire suppression-the fire service.

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