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  • Emergency Response To Terrorism For Chiefs

    Over the last couple of decades I have noticed a trend taking place within the fire service. The chief officer has become more of an administrator, staff officer, and less of a line officer.

    News • October 16th, 2002

  • Bravery Is Never Enough

    As we approach the first anniversary of the murderous attacks upon our nation, I believe the time has come to reflect upon some of the important lessons that have been identified in the past year. You may all remember that I refused to second-guess the...

    News • September 9th, 2002

  • Where Is Our Protection?

    Terrorism seems to be the buzzword in the fire service, and this is as it should be. We think of the World Trade Center incidents of 9/11 and in 1993. We think of Oklahoma City. As Americans we are prime targets of many extremist groups.

    News • September 1st, 2002

  • Practical Planning For The Terrorist Event

    The events of Sept. 11, 2001, and the incidents following that terrible day have brought our country to a point where all communities must plan for their responses to these and other types of terrorism. The focus of the planning must change to a more...

    News • March 31st, 2002

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