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Do you know where to stretch the first line at a content fire in a house or apartment? Retired FDNY and author Vince Dunn has some tips.
Do you really know what the word "conflagration" means? Vince Dunn examines terms to classify large-scale fire incidents in various environments.
There are several strategies for evacuating a burning building. Chief Vince Dunn discusses each of these strategies and their implications for fire suppression operations.
Disposing of fire debris by throwing objects out of windows poses a threat to other firefighters on the fireground. Chief Vincent Dunn discusses salvage and overhaul operations.
Preventing a rekindle is a team responsibility. Vincent Dunn discusses the implications of a rekindle and the importance of overhaul operations.
Do you know how to search for fire? Vincent Dunn stresses the importance of this critical action in winning the firefight.
Find out more about this critical fire event and its implications, as well as strategies for delaying it, provided by Fire Engineering author Vincent Dunn, deputy chief (ret.), Fire Department of New York.
Do you know how to communicate a life-and-death situation at a fire? Vincent Dunn examines who's responsible for communicating this vital information on the fireground.
A study by the National Fire Protection Association shows more firefighters are dying from being caught and trapped on the fireground. Vincent Dunn examines some of these incidents and wonders about this unnerving trend.
Fire experience and testing reveals flame, heat, and water cause elevators to malfunction. Vincent Dunn writes about a close call at a high-rise.