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Michael Cannon's Groups (9)

  • The Professor: Building Construction

    215 members Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2018 In this group, we'll discuss all things building construction. What are the lessons of recent fires? What have past fires taught us?. What are the…

  • High-Rise Fire Group

    171 members Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2018 So many cities have High-Rise structures and the tactics used by various departments varies as much as the cities themselves. The group is designed…

  • Fire Service Leadership

    330 members Latest Activity: Mar 19 No matter what type of tactics or operations your department provides, the quality and efficiency are dramatically affected by the leadership skills…

  • Street Smart Fire Officer

    259 members Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2018 Becoming an officer is a daunting task. Becoming a good officer on the fireground is even harder. This group will concentrate on Fireground…

  • Start Water

    356 members Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2018 A place to discuss Engine Company Operations.

  • Tactical Building Blocks

    461 members Latest Activity: Dec 16, 2018

    This group will focus on aggressive interior firefighting. We will address tactics that increase your chance of not getting jammed up and cover…

  • “Pride and Ownership”

    604 members Latest Activity: Dec 16, 2018 What are you and your department doing to get your firefighters to take ownership? Grab a cup of coffee and let’s visit! …and don’t forget to…

  • COMPANY DRILLS

    615 members Latest Activity: Apr 17

    A resource for Company Officers to assist with the delivery of company level training.

  • "Outside The Box" Engine Company Operations

    175 members Latest Activity: Aug 9

    Engine Company work is often viewed as easy or not as fulfilling as "Truck Company work". This is absolutely not the case and some very "high…

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