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Fire Engineering Newsletter | October 31, 2014

Tonight on the radio, "Firemedically Speaking" host Mike McEvoy talks with Kathy West, a noted fire service and EMS infection control expert about hot topics in emerging infectious diseases including Ebola, enterovirus, and influenza. CLICK HERE to listen in at 7:30 p.m. Eastern time. Sponsored by Grainger.—Pete Prochilo, Online Editor
Bayonne (NJ) Fire Department Swears in its First Female Firefighter
Cailin Brodel, a lifelong Bayonne resident, was sworn in as the first female firefighter in the department's 108-year existence.
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GA Crews Fight Vacant Prison Farm Fire
DeKalb (GA) Fire Department (DFD) firefighters Friday morning were on the scene of a fire at the old Atlanta Prison Farm.
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Washington, D.C., Mayor to Honor Firefighters for Bravery
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray is set to honor city firefighters for bravery with the Mayor's Meritorious Service Awards.
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MO Firefighters Rescue Parachutist from Broadcast Tower
First responders were dispatched on Thursday night after the man's parachute became stuck on the wires connected to the KETC-TV tower in south St. Louis County.
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TX Firefighter Suffers Burn Injury in House Fire
As firefighters started putting out the fire, one firefighter received burns to one of his hands.
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One Firefighter Hurt in PA Apartment Fire
The fire broke out around 11:45 p.m at the Chestnut Park apartments on the 100 block of 62nd Street.
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Drones: Change is in the Air
Drone use will become widely accepted and practiced in the days and years ahead, writes P.J. Norwood.
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In Case You Missed It: October Features
Check out all the Web-exclusive feature articles that ran on our site this month, which cover subjects as wide ranging as the Ebola response to master stream applications.
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The Training Office
Hosts Al Schlick and Chad Hoefle discuss training and all the latest happenings at the ISFSI. Listen to an archive of last night's radio show, sponsored by Grainger.
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New Streamlight Survivor Low-Profile, Right-Angle Flashlight
The NEW Streamlight Low-Profile Survivor is one inch thinner at the bezel, reducing interference with gear and equipment. New optics include interchangeable Smoke Cutter plugs or black for tighter beam and amber for smoke-cutting beam. The redesigned clip/D-ring assembly makes the light lay flatter than prior versions.
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Hale Qmax-XS
Hale’s Qmax-XS pump’s high water delivery rate to knock down large fires; proven reliability based on the impressive track record of the Qmax pump; and small, innovative design give your department all that it is looking for in a pump.
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FiroVac Vacuum Tankers
Vacuum tankers have been a proven concept for 29 years. Deliver more water with fewer personnel and equipment. Tankers or tanker-pumpers are built to department requirements.
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Liberty Art Works
The bronze speaking trumpet is adorned with artwork to represent all members who have taken the oath to protect life and property. Two traditional leather helmets on the side secure the ornate hand-braided tassel. It is mounted on a walnut base and includes a brass plate of engraving.
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Dog Paw Crib Block
Give your Junkyard Dog Industries Sidewinder and rescue struts a boost with the new Dog Paw Crib Block.
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Whelen is reshaping the future of emergency warning lights, proudly designed, manufactured, and assembled in the U.S.A.
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Safety Treat
Paul Combs is back with more Halloween candy, this one having to do with fire safety.
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Brittle Fitness
Paul Combs has a cartoon on the importance of staying physically fit to perform our duties, improve stamina, and decrease injury.
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Zombie Shock
It's that time of year again: Paul Combs is back with some pre-Halloween candy.
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The Oft-Ignored Component of Elder Care Planning
Medicaid planning should become a major facet of future financial and elder care planning for you and your parents
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Promoting Work-Ready Status on the Fireground through Effective Rehabilitation
Tiffany Lipsey overviews the physiological and psychological function related to work and recovery in the fire environment and strategies for effective rehabilitation on the fireground.
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