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    May I be included in this mass e-mail out?
    I'll trade you for other powerpoints
    Thank you
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    me too!!!
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    THANKS!!!

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    Thank you very much for caring enough about your brothers for sharing this information. I would love to have a copy of that powerpoint if any way possible. Thanks. Stay Safe. kcaj55@hotmail.com

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    Have the powerpoints been getting sent out? I'd sure like a copy as well- eno_75@hotmail.com


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    I would love to get a copy of your powerpoint. My Email is:
    anthony.henriques@gmail.com

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    Thanks for the great info! Could you please send me a copy of the PowerPoint?
    BTW you guys have an amazing training grounds at North Metro!
    Thank you, Lane Walter
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    Default RIT operations "moving equipment"

    Considering the subject of RIT operations and new techniques I thought I would share with you all a new kart we are trying here in DCFD. After being assigned to T-13 for a number of years I got frustrated with seeing my men have to lug that heavy RIT basket up and down the street. Not sure how other departments operate with regard to RIT however in DC we use a stokes basket preloaded with RIT bottle, RIT bag, search rope, irons, two saws and what ever else we can get in there! So it makes for a heavy basket. Generally by the time the RIT company gets to the scene we are already a block or two removed from the front of the fire building so it can be quite the task to move this heavy basket up the street, add snow or ice and it makes it that much harder. Nonetheless I came up with a kart that allows one member to move the RIT basket. It's simple with no latches or straps just slide it on and go. Being a firefighter for 24 years I've come to find the old adage KISS works best. Having one member running the RIT basket frees up my man power to run ladders and other needed equipment. After letting the guys play with it they found numerous other uses for it. If anyone is interested in learning more about the TURK you can go to www.turkrescue.com
    Be safe!

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    If anyone has this powerpoint can you please email it to pbppfd@yahoo.com. Thanks in advance.

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