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By John F. "Skip" Coleman, Technical Editor We are learning new concepts related to initial fire operations because of the Underwriters Laboratories and National Institute of Standards and Technology studies. Controlling the door and subsequent flow path identification are some of the new concerns. In light of the new findings, coupled with our more standard tactics and evolutions, look at the house on fire below to answer this month's Roundtable. Click to view video Roundtable question: Assuming that this is no longer a "ventilation-limited" fire situation, which assignment would you consider safer—assigning the second-in unit to be the Rapid Intervention Group or ...

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