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Mark Cotter on the mindset of modern fire attack proponents when it comes to tactical rules.
As officers, how do you prepare your firefighters to become officers? More from David Polikoff.
Can anyone step up to the plate and make a difference in a “leaderless” environment? John K. Murphy offers some perspective.
Mark Cotter discusses favorite attack hoseline setups and comments on not falling into complacency.
Ron Kanterman on dealing with a difficult new reality.
When the incident commander gives the order to “check the roof” on a commercial building with nothing showing, what exactly are we looking for? Adam Hansen has some thoughts for new recruits.
Is it okay to avoid maintaining your health and wellness because you may suffer a tragic health event anyway? Dan Kerrigan on the results of our general failure to take action on improving firefighters’ health and fitness for duty.
Sometimes an officer’s job is hard, but, writes David Polikoff, we have to take care of problems and not merely pass the buck.
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