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Fire Engineering Newsletter | October 16, 2014

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NEWS
Report: NYC 911 Dispatchers Can't Use Term 'Ebola'
Emergency dispatchers in New York City have been forbidden from saying the word "Ebola" over the radio, according to a new report.
San Antonio (TX) Firefighters Org: We're Not Ready for Ebola

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Cal Fire Plane That Crashed in Yosemite May Have Hit Tree
A firefighting air tanker that crashed in Yosemite National Park, killing the pilot, may have struck a tree and lost a wing before colliding with a canyon wall.
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FEATURES
The Blessing of a New Fire Truck
Clive (IA) Fire Department Chaplain Patrick J. McDonald offers this inspiring account of his most recent fire truck blessing.
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Building Construction and Structural Challenges
In yesterday's Humpday Hangout, Bobby Halton and Erich Roden spoke to Chris Naum, Bill Carey, and Chris Willis about construction, accountability, and firefighter line-of-duty death investigations.
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Fire in a New Residential Building
What would you do? Skip Coleman has a new firefighting simulation on responding to a fire in a new residential building.
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Small Town Tactics
Chris Willis and company discuss firefighting in suburban and rural settings. Listen to an archive of last night's show, sponsored by Grainger.
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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, a hybrid, or a fuel cell vehicle is involved in a collision it presents new challenges for first responders. Are you 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
Ebola vs. Firefighting
David Rhodes comments on the new safety logic.
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Hang On to Your Ego
What happened to the time firefighters wanted to do the job and had pride in their work and departments? Mark Munroe has more.
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For the Prospective Fire Officer: Prepare
Jason Hoevelmann stresses the need for preparation for those seeking promotion.
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FIRE LIFE
Yoga for Firefighters: Early Morning Fitness Fix
A powerful yet gentle series of movements that flow with the breath can strengthen your spine.
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