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The Deep Cut      

Why the Roof?

Is one set tactic always the best method for the patient? A new extrication quick tip from Isaac Frazier.
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Art Goodrich      

The Adventures of Jake and Vinnie

Art Goodrich has new entries from his firefighter fiction series.

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Show Me the Money

EMS billing reform is coming, Mike McEvoy writes. Opportunities to influence the process are open now.

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Doug Mitchell      

Practice

Passion drives the desire for perfection, therefore practice is the fuel that drives the desire, Doug Mitchell says.
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Lou Comenale      

Which Is Right for Us?

Milwaukee, Louver, Rochester Peak, Syracuse, Tee Pee Cut...which is best? Lou Comenale tackles this question.

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The Leadership Quilt

Leaders that last sew pieces together, Warren Cersley writes.
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Andy Marsh      

Here We Go Again

Andy Marsh on how it's crucial to have a good accountability system in place and a trained accountability officer to manage it.
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This digest is a must read for anyone considering promotion, recently promoted, or currently serving in the rank of chief officer. For the aspiring officer, Sal Scarpa provides an insightful look at leadership and the characteristics and activities you must engage in to be successful. Kent Collins provides an overview of one of the most controversial issues of our time: social media and policy. He offers several case studies and sound advice for developing departmental policy. Kat Sonia Thomson looks at department allocation decisions regarding budgets and leads a robust discussion about the need to improve research and reporting.

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What Would You Do? Two-Story Commercial Building

This fire occurs in an ordinary constructed commercial building on the outskirts of downtown. Check out a new training scenario from Skip Coleman.

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FIREFIGHTER ARTICLES

THE Fire: If I Could've Gotten In, I Would've Gotten In!

The loss of a victim is never easy...the loss of a child victim goes beyond that. Bill Goldfeder comments on a recent difficult fire incident in that tested Baldwinsville (NY) firefighters.

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