Firefighter Training

2006 Fire Engineering Authors Index

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Allora, M. Following Hose Couplings. (Training Notebook) Feb, p14.
Antonellis, P.J., et al. Understanding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dec, p85.

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Bachman, E.G. Creating a Regional Foam Cooperative. Nov, p93.
Baker, L. Enhancing Vehicle Extrication Instruction. Apr, p163.
Ball, J.W. Working to Improve Pediatric Prehospital Care. (fireEMS Supplement) Nov, p29.
Ballou, S. National Hurricane and Coastal Development: Proactive Policies Needed. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p209.
Barakey, M.J. Complacency Can Kill at Haz-Mat Incidents. Mar, p99.
Bernzweig, D. SCBA Cylinder Interchangeability: One View. Feb, p53.
Bigrigg, B. and Tustin, C.R. From Note Taking to Note Making. Jul, p63.
Bittenbender, C. A Unique CO Alarm Activation. (What We Learned) Apr, p205.
Bloomer, A. Search: One Size Does Not Fit All. (Training Notebook) Sep, p22.
Blythe, H. and Ricci, F. Forcible Entry of Hatchway Doors. (Training Notebook) Dec, p12.
Bond, L. Safely Operating at Animal Rescues. Nov, p105.
Brannigan, F.L. A Quantum Leap in Multiple-Dwelling Fire Safety. (The Ol’ Professor) Oct, p129; A Single Match Can Create a Lethal Environment. (The Ol’ Professor) Feb, p113; Cantilevers. (The Ol’ Professor) Sep, p122; Cast Iron and Steel. (The Ol’ Professor) Aug, p126; Potential for Flashover Often Not Recognized. (The Ol’ Professor) Apr, p203; Preplanning Building Hazards. Jan, p203.
Brennan, T. A Few “Historical” Moments. (Random Thoughts) Sep, p142; Battalion “Assignment” System. (Random Thoughts) Dec, p138; In the Beginning. (Random Thoughts) Aug, p154; Safety, Part 2. (Random Thoughts) Apr, p254; Still Talkin’ in the Kitchen… (Random Thoughts) Jan, p234; Strategy Is Not a Stand-Alone Concept. (Random Thoughts) Feb, p 138; Tales from Truck 111. (Random Thoughts) Jul, p146; Those First Days on the Job: Anything But Routine, Part 1. (Random Thoughts) Oct, p170; Those First Days on the Job: Anything But Routine, Part 2. (Random Thoughts) Nov, p130;
Bricault, M. Rescue Profiles for Residential Occupancies. Sep, p113.
Brigden, W. “Madder” Checklist for Hazardous Materials Response, The. Feb, p83.
Brown, M.G. Storm That Knocked and Should Have Found No One Home, The. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p114.
Brown, R. Instructor’s Guide To Protecting Presentations, The. Apr, p201.
Browne, L.M. Use of Photography in the Fire Service, The. Oct, p125.

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Califano, F. Ensuring Safety When Using Pediatric Automated External Defibrillators. (fireEMS Supplement) Nov, p16.
Carter, H.R. Instructor as a Change Agent, The. Apr, p193.
Casner, J. Transition to a Combination Department. (Volunteers Corner) Sep, p16.
Chapman, E.F. and Kush, E. Thoughts on the Twin Towers Collapse. (Fire Commentary) Jan, p204.
Christian D.A. Kansas National Guardsmen Train First Kosovo Technical Rescue Team. Sep, p117.
Ciampo, M.N. Stairwell Fire. (What We Learned) Feb, p116.
Cloud, R., et al. Evacuation Fundamentals. Jan, p111.
Codding, G.A. and Bohn, J.A. Incident Commander’s Guide To Preserving Evidence. Aug, p73.
Colella, B.A. Setting Up Your Attack Pumper. (The Engine Company) Feb, p22.
Colemen, J.S. Exposure Protection for Well-Involved Structures. (Fire Focus) Mar, p44.
Collins, L. Assessing Structural Collapse from Acts of Terror. Nov, p55; Challenge of Multicasualty High-Angle Incidents, The. Oct, p93; Urban Search & Rescue Operations in Mississippi. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p105.
Compton, D. Fire Department-Based EMS: A Proud Tradition. (Fire Services EMS) Dec, p26.
Connors, T. Building a Case for Implementing Smooth Bore Nozzles. Feb, p93; Chocking Doors. (Training Notebook) Mar, p 22.
Corbin, R. Aftermath Afterglow: Lessons From Katrina Response. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p193.
Cotter, M.J. “Salisbury Nine” Response, The. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p205; Silo Explosion. (What We Learned) Apr, p208.
Crawford, B.R. Life After the Fire Service. Aug, p79.

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Dahlgren, D. Lighting the Scene Without Tying Up the Truck. (Technology Today) Jul, p120.
Dallessandro, M.P. Documenting the “Quiet” Conversation. Aug, p117; Keeping Financial Fraud Out of the Firehouse. (Volunteers Corner) Jun, p14.
Daley, M. Extrications Involving Personal Mobility Vehicles. Nov, p85.
Dally, C. Drive to Survive. Feb, p59.
Dalrymple, D. Cutting Techniques. (Extrication Tactics) Jan, p30; Hybrid Vehicles: What’s All the Buzz About? (Extrication Tactics) Nov, p24; Interior Space Making. (Extrication Tactics) Jul, p22; Reciprocating Saws and Air Chisels. (Extrication Tactics) Mar, p20.
Dechelbor, M.J. Mississippi Deployment: Heeding The Lessons. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p203.
Delagi, R. and Klug, K. Meth Labs and Child Abuse: A Primer for EMS Providers. (fireEMS Supplement) Nov, p20.
De Lisi, S.M. and Donnelly, J.R. A 10-Step Method for Designing Full-Scale Exercises. Apr, p91.
De Lisi, S.M. and Croley, T.R. Lessons Learned from Anthrax Threats Apply Today. (WMD Supplement) Sep, p21.
De Lisi, S.M. Responding to Hazardous-Materials Incidents at Fixed Facilities. Nov, p75.
DeLuca, C. Backup Hoseline, The. (The Engine Company) Apr, p50.
DeMarse, N. Size-Up at Commercial Building Fires. (Fire Focus) Oct, p20.
De Mint, T. So You Want To Be Promoted. Jul, p45.
Dempsey, W. Operating in Modern Divisions: Single Family Dwellings. Jul, p49.
Dittmar, M.J. Firefighters and Heart Disease: Beyond the Statistics. Dec, p49.
Donahue, M.L. Occupational Safety and Health Programs for Fire Investigators. Jun, p93.
Dow, P. It’s Not the Gloves; It’s You. (Training Notebook) Aug, p18.
Dummett, R. Evacuation of New Orleans after the Levees Broke, The. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p95; Rescue on the Chattahoochee. Jan, p85.
Dunne, T. Apparatus Positioning: Early Decisions Save The Day. Feb, p69.

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Eady, M. The Rescue Technicians and NFPA Standards. Sep, p87.

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Fertel, B.S., et al. Center for Pediatric Emergency Medicine. (fireEMS Supplement) Nov, p37.
Flatley, C., et al. Testing Your Target Flow. Oct, p87.
Folisi, K. Forest and the Trees, The. Aug, p121.
Frankel, C., et al. Meeting the Challenges of Pediatric Behavioral Emergencies. (fireEMS Supplement) Nov, p6.

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Gagliano, M., et al. Breath from Hell, The. Mar, p73.
Gasaway, R.B. Are We Having “Fun” Yet? (Volunteers Corner) Mar, p18; It All Happens by “Magic”. (Volunteers Corner) Feb, p12; Leader-Follower Relationship, The. (Volunteers Corner) Jul, p12; On the “Indispensability” of Fire Department Chiefs. (Volunteers Corner) Dec, p10.
Gillespie, D. Elementary School Becomes a Firefighter School. (Training Notebook) Nov, p16.
Giovanni, A.D. Fire Protective Clothing: as Complex as Any Other PPE. (Technology Today) Sep, p126.
Godfrey, B. A New “Hurricane” Chapter for US&R Response? (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p123.
Goodman, P. Jefferson Parish (LA) Emergency Services Task Force: “Making A Difference.” (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p199.
Grant, S. and Stephens, L. “I Wish They Had Told Me”: Simple Things To Help You Through the First Year. Jul, p75; Ladders, Lights, Knots, and Nozzles. (Tricks of the Trade) Oct, p26; Precious Faith Temple Church Fire, Lake Worth, Texas. Apr, p145; Safe Roof Operations. (Tricks of the Trade) Jun, p28.
Gustin, B. Collapse and Fire Extension in Wood-Frame Construction. Apr, p105; Rotary Saw Use and Maintenance. Jun, p67; When Vehicles Are Driven Through Business Storefronts. Nov, p67.

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Halton, R. A Fire Service New Year’s Resolution. (Editor’s Opinion) Jan, p8; Educating Our Own. (Editor’s Opinion) Oct, p8; Happy 2,000th Birthday. (Editor’s Opinion) Aug, p8; Katrina: Size, Scope, and Significance. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p220; Near Miss: Learning, Not Blaming. (Editor’s Opinion) Nov, p8; “Rampart, This Is Squad 51.” (Editor’s Opinion) Dec, p6; Remember the Heroes. (Editor’s Opinion) Sep, p10; Simply “The Best.” (Editor’s Opinion) Jul, p8; Stand Up for What You Believe. (Editor’s Opinion) Apr, p10; There Is No Small Stuff. (Editor’s Opinion) Mar, p10; Time To Change Or Not? (Editor’s Opinion) Feb, p8.
Hampton, R., McConnell, T. New Orleans Fire Department Operations. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p41.
Hansen, S. and Veasey, A. Emergency Response to a Nerve Agent Attack: Train the Trainer. Jul, p107; First Responders’ First Line of Defense Terrorism Responses. Nov, p99.
Harper, P. Biloxi, Mississippi, Operations. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p185.
Harrington, C. Hazops Technology Brings Interoperability to LAFD Haz-Mat Squads. (Technology Today) Feb, p122.
Havel, G. Hazards of Precast Concrete Wall Panels. Dec, p75.
Hawley, C. Selecting PPE for Optimal Protection. (WMD Supplement) Sep, p15.
Hayes, G. Effective Emergency Planning for Colleges and Universities. Jul, p89.
Hewitt, J.A. and Landreville, P.G. The Reluctant Company Officer. (Volunteers Corner) Nov, p12.
Hilton, D. Fire Corps Program. (Fire Prevention Bureau) Jul, p113.
Hittle, S. and Steele, M.R. Wichita Wedge. (Innovations: Design) Nov, p112.
Holliday, S.C. Back to the Basics: Not Just for Students. Feb, p109; EMS Officer: Making the Transition. (Fire Service EMS) Nov, p22.
Hom, A. Detachable Ladder Pipe Operations. Oct, p69.
Hopson, W. How Good Instructors Can Become Better. Apr, p155.

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Iannelli, D.P. Is Your Entry Team Ready to Enter the Hot Zone? Jun, p99.

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Johnson, J. Politics of a Shipboard Incident. Aug, p109.

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Kampmeyer, R. Why and How the GFCI Protects Firefighters. (Technology Today) Aug, p136.
Kang, B. SCBA Air Supply and the Worst-Case Mayday Scenario. Jul, p59.
Kenney, T.F. Entrapment Poses Fire and Injury Hazard. (The Rescue Company) Sep, p30.
Kirkham, D. Benefits of a Support Services/Facility Officer. Feb, p107.
Kiurski, T. Fun at the Firehouse. Jan, p209; Get Help Writing About Safety for Your Community. (Fire Prevention Bureau) Jul, p117.
Knabb, R.D., et al. Tropical Cyclone Report: Hurricane Katrina, August 23-30, 2005. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p32.
Knapp, J., et al. Fire Department Response to Helicopter Emergencies. Mar, p 85; Measuring and Demonstrating Nozzle Reaction. Apr, 127.
Kraft, S. Don’t Just Be a Position–Be a Leader. (One-Minute Motivator) Apr, p217.
Krause, R.C. Fighting To Win in High-Rise and Standpipe Operations. Mar, p123.

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Lampell, M.S. Cold Water Drowning. (fireEMS Supplement) Nov, p25.
Lance, A. Not Your Father’s Flashlight. (Technology Today) Jun, p107.
Lasky, R. “Shark Tank”: Lewisville’s Dive-Rescue Training Tool, The. Apr, p135.
Leighbacher, D. Addressing the Growing Problem of Juvenile Fire Setting. Jan, p68; Electrical Safety on the Fireground. Jun, p79.
Loyacono, T. IOM Report on Emergency Care for Children: Implications for Prehospital EMS Professionals, The. (fireEMS Supplement) Nov, p32.
Luckett, R.M. In the Cover of Darkness: Arsonist Strikes. Aug, p59.

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Maggos, D.J. Understanding Residential Sprinkler Systems and Basic Salvage. (Fire Prevention Bureau) Jan, p207.
Mancos, J. and McNeill, T. Farm Machinery Incidents Present Unique Problems. Sep, p109.
Marino, D. Air Management: Know Your Air-Consumption Rate. Oct, p111.
Marinucci, R. Chief’s Problem Is the Chief!, The. (The Chief Problem Solver) Oct, p24; Continuity of Services. (The Chief Problem Solver) Jan, p26; Firefighter Arrested. (The Chief Problem Solver) Mar, p40; “I Don’t Like My Boss!” (The Chief Problem Solver) Aug, p22; Stuck in the Middle. (The Chief Problem Solver) Jun, p38.
Markey, S. and Davidson, M. Bodytemp Thermostrips. (Technology Today) Dec, p126.
Martinette, C.V. Viewing Humanity from the Clouds. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p127.
Martinez, B.M. Fire Service and Counterterrorism, The. Jan, p101.
Mason, J. Chicago Firefighting Action Plan, The. Jul, p67.
Maynes, R. FDNY Incident Management Team Supports New Orleans Fire Department. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p79.
Maxwell, D. Maps: Critical Response Tools. Feb, p101.
McClement, J. Stickney Roof Rack Bailout. Jul, p103.
McCormack, R. Fighting Fires from the Unburned Side. (Fire Commentary) Apr, p213; Water Tanker Task Force. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p93.
McGuigan, K. and Friedman, J. Canine-Firefighter Teams Search for Survivors. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p197.
Meyer, C. LPG Barbecue Leaks: A Primer. Apr, p189.
Milen, D. Establishing a RIT from the Ground Up. (Real-World RIT) Dec, p28.
Miles, J. and Tobin, J. Fires in Taxpayers. (Training Notebook) Apr, p30.
Mills, S. Managing Change. Aug, p97.
Molenaar, B. and Dennis, C. Pump Operator Training Simulator. (Volunteers Corner) Oct, p12.
Montagna, F.C. Why Do We Do That? Jan, p115; Why Do We Do That? Apr, p159; Why Do We Do That? Jul, p95.
Murphy, D.M. and Pietzak, E. Fire Tests on Composite LPG Cylinders. Jul, p110.

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Nagle, J. Managing Critical Incidents: A Systematic Approach. Apr, p169.
Naylis, G.J. Regular Pump Inspections: A Must for Every Fire Department. Feb, p89.
Norris, W.C. and Stauffer, D. Setting Up a Chaplaincy Program. Dec, p89.

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Paulison, D. FEMA’s Response to Hurricane Katrina. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p213.
Peters, W.C. A Good “Boilerplate” Can Help Keep Your Apparatus Purchase from Becoming a Time Bomb! (Apparatus Supplement) Jun, p9; Apparatus Innovations at the FDIC. (Apparatus Supplement) Jun, p45; Change or Emission Standards Set for 2007. Feb, p49; Factory Inspection Trips. (Apparatus Supplement) Jun, p37; NFPA 1901 Adds Hose Storage Requirements. Feb, p79.
Piepenburg, C. Prehospital Management of Crush Injuries. Sep, p105.
Prusansky, C. Quantifying Computer Workloads. Feb, p105.
Prziborowski, S. Drills for a Rainy Day. (Training Notebook) Jul, p18; Tips for Learning Your Way Around Your Response Area. Oct, p119.

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Paulison, D. FEMA’s Response to Hurricane Katrina. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p213.
Peters, W.C. A Good “Boilerplate” Can Help Keep Your Apparatus Purchase from Becoming a Time Bomb! (Apparatus Supplement) Jun, p9; Apparatus Innovations at the FDIC. (Apparatus Supplement) Jun, p45; Change or Emission Standards Set for 2007. Feb, p49; Factory Inspection Trips. (Apparatus Supplement) Jun, p37; NFPA 1901 Adds Hose Storage Requirements. Feb, p79.
Piepenburg, C. Prehospital Management of Crush Injuries. Sep, p105.
Prusansky, C. Quantifying Computer Workloads. Feb, p105.
Prziborowski, S. Drills for a Rainy Day. (Training Notebook) Jul, p18; Tips for Learning Your Way Around Your Response Area. Oct, p119

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Reeder, F.F. Training and Leadership Challenges for 2006 and Beyond. Apr, p139.
Reeves, M. Legal And Political Aspects Of Staffing, The. Aug, p103.
Reilly, K. Chronic CO Poisoning in Firefighters. (Technology Today) Jun, p110.
Rhodes, D. Katrina: “Brotherhood vs. Bureaucracy”. (Special Issue Hurricane Katrina) May, p71; Lessons Emerge from Collapse of Great Western Inn. Sep, p55.
Rice, C. and Clark, B. Acquiring Structures for Training. Apr, p199.
Rudner, G.D. Mass Decontamination: Are We Doing Enough? (WMD Supplement) Sep, p12.

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Salka, J.J. Three Dimensions of Structural Firefighting, The. Jul, p83.
Salzenstein, M.A. Foamed Plastic Sheeting a Fire Hazard. Jan, p119.
Seidel, G. National Incident Management System: We’re Not There Yet. (WMD Supplement) Sep, p17.
Sheridan, D. Hose Stretches in Multiple-Dwelling Fire. (Training Notebook) Oct, p16.
Sheridan, D. and Richter, E.G. New Orleans: Overcoming Water Supply Challenges. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p82.
Shoebridge, T. To Become a Respected Company Officer, Know Your People. Jul, p99.
Shouldis, W. Getting It Right: Click It! Jun, p101; One Day, Some Day. (Fire Prevention Bureau) Sep, p125; Rescuing the RIT. (What We Learned) Nov, p108.
Shupe, J. Big-City Strategy and Tactics for Small-Town Fire Departments. Dec, p57.
Sills, G.L. Levee Design and Emergency Response. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p63.
Simpson, J. Is Your Leadership Bicycle Broken? Oct, p127.
Sitz, T. Searching for an Activated Pass Alarm. (Training Notebook) Jun, p20.
Skeris, P. Next Hi-Impact Wallboard, The. Oct, p117.
Smith, D. Inspector Accountability: Managing Inspections in an Expanding Community. Jan, p93.
Smith, D. and Traiforos, D. Aerial Operations for Low- Rise Buildings. Oct, p53.
Smith, D.L. Implementing Effective On-Scene Rehabilitation. Apr, p175.
Smith, J.M. Mobile Training Unit: A Cost-Effective Live-Fire Option. Apr, p133.
Speigel, D. Standpipe Operations: The Basics. Oct, p107.
Stagnaro, V. Firefighter Fatalities: The Preventable Losses. Jun, p103.
Steele, L. Will the Status Quo Kill Your Department? (Volunteers Corner) Apr, p18.
Stewart, M. and Roberson, C. East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US&R Operations. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p65.
Stoney, L.P. Become a Goose in a World of Turkeys: Effective Leadership in the Fire Service. Aug, p69.

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Terpak, M. Importance of Mayday/Urgent Radio Guidelines, The. Sep, p81; Promotional Assessment Centers: Understanding the Process. Jul, p53; What Floor Are We On? Mar, p119.
Terwilliger, M.S. Fire Chief 1A. (Fire Commentary) Aug, p128.
Thompson, B.G. FEMA Reorganization. (Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina) May, p219.
Thompson, K.K. Dangers of Lightweight Steel Construction, The. Jun, p89.
Tricarico, A. Dashboard Displacement. (Extrication Tactics) Sep, p32.

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Vander Plaat, J. Impalement Extrication. (The Rescue Company) Jan, p20.
Van Doren, J.A. Leading in a Tactical Paradise. (Volunteers Corner) Jan, p12.
Vanlandingham, J. Change the Tone? It Doesn’t Take Much. (One-Minute Motivator) Jul, p119; Topside Safety. (The Engine Company) Oct, p32.
Varone, C. Cyanide Poisoning: How Much Of A Threat? Sep, p61.
Vernon, A. Response to Critical Incidents. (WMD Supplement) Sep, p5.

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Wallace, M. Assessing Your Strategic Environment. Oct, p77; You’ve Got To Have a Plan. Aug, p91.
Walsh, D. Hydrants, Nozzles, Search Lines, and More. (Tricks of the Trade) Aug, p26; Navy Nozzles and Training Foam. (Tricks of the Trade) Apr, p38; Qualities That Make a Fire Instructor Memorable. Apr, p121; There’s Always a Better Way. (Tricks of the Trade) Feb, p18; Webbing Provides an “Extra Hand.” (Tricks of the Trade) Dec, p20.
Whidby, J., et al. Georgia Teamwork Turns Trench Collapse into Successful Rescue. Sep, p93.
Whitby, C. Keep It Realistic. (Fire Commentary) Feb, p121.
Whitinger, J. Communications Drill. (Training Notebook) Jan, p16.
Williams, D. Danger In The Station: Drug-Resistant Infections. Dec, p69; Firefighter Hydration During Rehab. Dec, p81.
Woodworth, S. Roxboro Pointe Collapse Tests Rescue Skills. Sep, p71.

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Zalesiak, D. and Kiurski, T. Fire Vehicles That Draw Attention to Education. (Fire Prevention Bureau) Apr, p223.