For this latest offering “From the Fire Engineering Vault,” a different kind of “Training Minute” from the June 10, 1926 issue. Look very carefully. How many fireground “blunders” can you find? Check it out as a PDF HERE.
Fire Engineering appeared under that name for the first time in 1926. It began as the National Fireman’s Journal in 1877; became The Fireman’s Journal in 1879; in 1886, Fire and Water; and in 1903, Fire and Water Engineering.
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