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Does anyone have a problem with the "Direct Fire Attack" Training Minutes.  This goes against everything we have been trying to preach!  Where was the stream check.  In the building they were at (simulating a SFD) find the fire then call for water?!  My appollogies to the Brother from Bergan County.  Bro...no way.

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Did you see the "Indirect Fire Attack" video recently added? With all due respect to the guys involved, because obviously I'm not standing in front of a camera making a video for all to see, I was a little confused. I was expecting to see a flanking position from outside the room instead of the wide and tight method shown a few steps into the room that was supposed to have flashed over. And I've never even heard of or thought of a wide and tight method. Maybe I've been living under this rock for too long.

What did you all think?

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