The BullEx Attack

By RYAN O'DONNELL Hands-on training instructors have long searched for a way to train without the unpredictability of fire, especially when it comes to beginner students. In addition to instructors' qualms about introducing new firefighters to the volatile nature of fire, introducing live flames into burn towers requires the approval of environmental agencies as well as compliance with local, state, and national regulations. Many instructors are hard-pressed to meet these conditions, especially when using an outdated structure. Consequently, many departments possess an acquired structure or burn tower that is no longer suitable for live fire. At the Fire Department Instructors Conference ...

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