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The Photographers of the Fire Engineering Magazine/Training Network

An area where fire photographers can share information, tips and tricks to shooting photos that can be used for cover photos or article photos. Help make this group one of the most comprehensive group of fire photographers on the web.

Members: 68
Latest Activity: Feb 22, 2012

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Photos Needed for Fire Engineerings Firefighter Handbook I and II presentations. 5 Replies

Started by Frank Ricci. Last reply by Brad Hoff Jan 18, 2010.

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