Leadership

The ROUND TABLE

Issue 12 and Volume 97.

The ROUND TABLE For Practical Discussion of Current Fire Department and Fire Management Problems POST-WAR VALUE OF MILITARY FIRE TRAINING THE armed forces of the nation, realizing the increasing importance of protecting their properties against fire, have trained many fire fighting units. These units have fought bravely and efficiently the battle against fire during landing operations, on shipboard, in the various military and naval installations, etc. Some of the men making up these units are former members of the fire departments of the country; others are the rankand-file of the population who have had very little or no chance until the war to take part in fire fighting operations. But judging from the number of letters the Editor has received from this latter group, they are showing not a little enthusiasm about their job. In fact many of these men have asked for instructional material in order to prepare themselves…

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