A number of years back, I remember seeing a couple of books, which I believe were titled Skull Sessions l & ll. If my memory serves me right, they dealt with strategy & tactics training scenarios.
Does anyone out there have any familiarity with these books, and if so, do you find them useful. I don't know when they were written. Are they too out of date for practical application and usage now? Also, does anyone know if they are still available & where?
I would appreciate any information you may shed on this.
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Thread: Reference books
03-21-2002, 02:42 AM #1
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04-05-2002, 07:51 PM #2
I am not familiar with the content or it's current applications.
However, this may help:
Skull Sessions, Vols. 1, 2, 3 & 4
Each contains 48 simulated incidents to help you expand your in-station training sessions. You can work problems concerning incident management within the framework of your own resources, policies, and procedures. Each incident has a diagram and includes the situation, conditions, and special problems. Situations cover hazardous materials, residential and commercial buildings, EMS, and rescue. Each volume comes in a three-ring binder and has an incident index.
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