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    Default Training question.....

    I have to teach a class on Natural Disasters and the fire department response. Does anyone know of where I could get some information on this topic or have any ideas on teaching the class? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    http://www.usfa.fema.gov/

    This should be a good place to start. Good luck!!!!

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    Move to Florida and get some first hand experience!

    Seriously...there are a lot of seminars in the state now and i am sure you can get good information as well as pictures and video if you hit the right ones.

    Contact the Florida State Fire Chief's Association... I think it is www.ffca.org They have a mechanism to post requests for information that goes out to all members of the association. Send them an EMAIL and tell them what you want. They may help.
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