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Hump Day SOS - Spider Webs in the Hose Bed

Are there spider webs in the hose bed?There are a multitude of skills that must be mastered in order to be proficient on the fire ground. There are two skills make or break the fire operation. They are the ability to stretch hose effectively and search effectively. No doubt there are numerous other tasks that must be…See More
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Hump Day SOS - Spider Webs in the Hose Bed

Posted by David Rhodes on July 23, 2014 at 8:10am

SOP's are thoughts preserved.

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To Carry or Not to Carry

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