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Three Instructors
FDNY Battalion Chief John J. Salka
Fire Tactics & Procedures at Private Dwellings

FDNY, Lieutenant Mickey Conboy
Practical Search Operations In Residential Dwellings

Worcester FD, District Chief John Sullivan
Rational Aggressiveness in Larger Buildings

Round Table Discussion – Surviving the Fire Ground

Join Worcester DC John Sullivan, FDNY BC John Salka, and LT Mickey Conboy in this round table session. Moderated by Jersey City DC Butch Cobb (ret). This open forum will encourage participants to discuss topics related to strategy & tactics, fire ground safety, training, and fire service culture.


This is a great opportunity to share your opinions and your lessons learned on the fire ground.

Don’t miss this chance to learn from the years of experience offered by this veteran panel.

Saturday November 5th Jackson NJ 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. or call (848) 207-0640

Every Day Fire Ground Operations

Pre-Registration $50
Walk-in Registration $55
Pre-Registration (6 or more) $45 (per person)

Make Checks payable to: Jackson Township Training Task Force Mail registration & Payments to: 113 N. New Prospect Road, Jackson NJ 08527 Saturday November 5th
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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