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Fire Engineering Newsletter | October 14, 2014

Members of the Traditions Training group will be on the radio tonight to talk training and other issues. CLICK HERE to listen or participate at 7:30 p.m. Eastern time. Sponsored by Grainger.—Pete Prochilo, Online Editor
NEWS
Explosion at NJ Chemical Factory
A volatile mixture of hydrogen and oxygen set off a large-scale explosion, injuring several workers and forcing an evacuation of the factory.
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Funeral Held for Fallen CT Firefighter
Hundreds of firefighters from around the nation attended the funeral services yesterday for fallen Hartford firefighter Kevin Bell, who died battling a fire on October 7.
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FEATURES
Training Bulletin: Alley Firefighting
Alex Langbell reviews some considerations to responding to residential alley fires to help keep your firefighters and equipment safe.
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Key in Knob Through-the-Lock
Baltimore City (MD) Fire Department's Kyle Stephens offers this new drill that can be used to gain entry when time is not an issue.
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Back to the Future
Those who clamor for early adoption of new firefighting tactics have to realize that people's lives will hang in the balance and not every test burn will end up successful, Ray McCormack writes.
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Radio: Politics & Tactics
Frank Ricci and company talk to Anthony Kastros about fire command, a dramatic fire he was involved in, and more. Listen to an archive of last night's show, sponsored by Grainger.
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Passaic (NJ) Structure Fire
Firefighters responded on Columbus Day to a fire at a mixed-use structure in the city's downtown, and Ron Jeffers was on hand to capture some photos of the action.
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ADVERTORIAL
Video: Pierce
In this video showcase, check out some of Pierce's latest offerings, including the Enforcer chassis.
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Safe Storage Solution for SCBA and 02 Cylinders
Kochek Company recently announced the launch of SafeTSystem, a complete compressed air cylinder storage and handling system for SCBA and O2 cylinders. Uniquely portable and versatile, the lightweight, durable aluminum system consists of interchangeable holder carriers, storage racks, hand carts, and vehicle apparatus mounts.
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Free NFPA Electric Vehicle Training Course
Free for a limited time. When an electric, hybrid or fuel cell vehicle is involved in a collision it presents new challenges for first responders. Are your ready to respond? This program teaches emergency responders how to safely deal with emergency situations involving these new vehicles.
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Nickelodeon Suites Resort
Wild, wacky, and family-focused, Nickelodeon Suites Resort is located in Orlando, where families make messy memories under sunny Florida skies. Whether visiting on a family vacation or celebrating a special event like a reunion or birthday, the Nick Hotel offers everything you need--from live entertainment to wild water parks to special firefighter discounts!
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Elements FR Sweatshirt
True North's Elements ¼-zip FR sweatshirt has a wind-resistant outer fabric surface and durable water repellent finish will block wind and shed light rain and snow. Uses a new fabric for 2014 that is NFPA 1975 certified, decreases the fabric weight by 20 percent, and increases the fabric durability.
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BLOGS
The Rest of the Story
Joe Pronesti on the tragic 23rd Street Fire, which claimed the lives of 12 FDNY firefighters in 1966.
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Building Leaders, Part 2
You can't just learn leadership through books. Dan Shaw on the social side of learning to lead.
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Situational Awareness for the Leader
It's crucial for leaders to keep up with what's going on in their organization, Chris Langlois writes.
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FDIC
SCBA Checks
In this new Roll Call Tips video, Aaron Heller discusses the importance of checking your SCBA every day.
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April 20-25, 2015
Indianapolis, IN
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