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    Magazine Articles

    Thu, 1 Feb 2001

    level firefighter training tower design is based on a two-story training prop featured in Fire Engineering ( Training Notebook , "Saving Our Own: Designing a Firefighter Survival Training Aid," May 1998, p. 10), which was designed to


    Magazine Articles

    Thu, 1 Sep 2005

    BY JOHN MILES AND JOHN TOBIN I n “Removing a Downed Fire fighter” ( Training Notebook , Fire Engineering , January 2004, 18-20), we demonstrated how to properly package an unconscious firefighter. In this article, we will demonstrate

  1. Letters to the Editor

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 1 Dec 2003

    Mayday training saves a life I recently read the article "Mayday Training" by Michael Nasta ( Training Notebook , August 2003). I found that article to be very interesting and well related to my job. In September 2003, my department responded

  2. Letters to the Editor

    Magazine Articles

    Thu, 1 Aug 2002

    Clearing up TIC confusion After reading "Tips for Using Thermal Imaging Cameras" by John G. Riker ( Training Notebook , May 2002), I felt compelled to write and address several issues. Riker states, "Before entering a room, adjust

  3. White Ghost" explained

    Magazine Articles

    Fri, 1 Dec 1995

    J. Kirk National Steel, Midwest Division Portage, Indiana I enjoyed "The White Ghost" (Frank C. Montagna, Training Notebook , May 1995) and the story line. Outlined below is some information I believe you will find of value. Oil-burning

  4. Fallen firefighter drag rescue

    Magazine Articles

    Sun, 1 Aug 1999

    Ordway Firefighter Moyers Corners Fire Department Liverpool, New York Regarding Art Donahue`s "RIT Rope Drag" ( Training Notebook , February 1999), I applaud Donahue for trying to make the hazardous job of firefighting a little safer. However

  5. Firefighter Training: Is There Any Benefit to the Traditional Timed Donning Drill?

    Magazine Articles

    Thu, 27 Aug 2015

    http://www.fireengineering.com/articles/print/volume-168/issue-8/departments/ training - notebook /is-there-any-benefit-to-the-traditional-timed-donning-drill.html

  6. Technical Rescue: Chicago Firefighters Find Man Trapped in Machinery DOA

    Online Articles

    Fri, 13 Sep 2013

    article at http://www.fireengineering.com/articles/print/volume-166/issue-3/departments/ training - notebook /man-vs-machinery.html. For more related rescue disciplines, consider COMPLEX EXTRICATION SAVES WORKER

  7. Civilian rescue challenges

    Magazine Articles

    Tue, 19 Nov 2013

    Tradition vs. practice This refers to Captain Jesse Quinalty's article, "The Six Ts of Fire Service Learning" ( Training Notebook , Fire Engineering, July 2013). His suggestion that the 50-foot "auditorium raise" was a questionable tradition

  8. (October 2011)

    Magazine Articles

    Sat, 1 Oct 2011

    My husband had read about the technique in "Car Fires: Rapid Access to Engine Compartment" by Tom Broderick ( Training Notebook , Fire Engineering , June 2011) just a few days before the fire. Thank you.—Lauralee Veitch "We are lucky