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"If you look at ISO requirements for water supply points, they require that a water s…"

Jeffery A. Hartle replied Sep 23, 2009 to Ranch Fire Suppression, Water Storage Sizing

6 Sep 24, 2009
Reply by Alan Ragsdale

"J-RO: There are probably as many different definitions of "brotherhood" or "sisterh…"

Jeffery A. Hartle replied May 12, 2009 to What is Brotherhood is the FIRE SERVICE? DO you live it or just talk it?

21 Dec 7, 2009
Reply by Ted Richmond

"Joseph: As I noted in my first posting, I've never used this device. However, as a…"

Jeffery A. Hartle replied May 11, 2009 to Turbo Draft

6 May 13, 2009
Reply by Larry Lasich

"Fire extinguishers are assigned ratings based on the size and types of fires that ca…"

Jeffery A. Hartle replied May 11, 2009 to Water Can Capabilities

2 May 11, 2009
Reply by Eric Hankins

"Joseph: I've never used one of these devices, but my first guess was that you were…"

Jeffery A. Hartle replied May 11, 2009 to Turbo Draft

6 May 13, 2009
Reply by Larry Lasich

"Nick: It's always interesting to be "notorious"! I suppose notoriety for an effecti…"

Jeffery A. Hartle replied May 8, 2009 to "Where's the hydrant?" Rural Water Supply & Movement

6 May 8, 2009
Reply by Nick Miller

"Nick: Rural fire departments have to think about water supply on every call. In mos…"

Jeffery A. Hartle replied May 1, 2009 to "Where's the hydrant?" Rural Water Supply & Movement

6 May 8, 2009
Reply by Nick Miller

"I utilized the Carmody Combustible Hazards kit during the early 1990s teaching indus…"

Jeffery A. Hartle replied May 1, 2009 to Carmody Combustable Hazards training kit

35 Jun 6, 2016
Reply by Glen Carter

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