Have you downloaded the March edition of the Firehouse Limited Edition Tablet App yet? If not, you're missing out on some great content, including several app-only exclusives.
Technical Rescue Editor Bob Duemmel begins a series that profiles training facilities that offer advanced training for technical rescue teams. This month's pictorial looks at "Disaster City," run by the Texas Engineering Extension Service in College Station, Texas.
Chief Allen Baldwin's series on the chief's buggy picks up with picking the right parking spot, based on the chief's assignment. Read about his ideas for vehicle placement at fires and other emergencies.
Ron Moore expands on his "University of Extrication" article in the March edition of Firehouse Magazine. Learn how the modifications to airbag ejectors can impact responders on newer model vehicles. The article includes a step-by-step slideshow on the process remove laminated vehicle glass.
Talking to the jumpseat riders, Ryan Pennington's article "Qualities of a Successful Follower" provides insight for those who want to create a company with a foundation built on understanding and communications.
This month's cover story details an unusual rescue that required several technical teams in New Jersey. Michael Daley details how the incident was managed the the resources required to rescue the person.
Also included is a selection of recently delivered fire apparatus, Fire Wire Highlights and more.
In addition to the iPad, you can download the Firehouse Limited Edition Tablet App and view it on the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Motorola Zoom and the Nexus Android. Grab your tablet and find the March edition on the iTunes store or download on Google Play.