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Thomas D. Kuglin Jr.'s Blog – September 2017 Archive (1)

Eye in the Sky: Drones for Fire Service Training

Drones have added tremendous value in the fire service since the beginning of the second decade of this century.  In its multitude of uses ranging from a 360-degree size-up tool to delivering high-profile images in real time to commanders as they decide how to respond, conducting flyovers of areas involved in natural disasters, and locating seats of the fire in firefighting operations, to name a few.  Drones used for fire service training can also be a substantial value added tool.  Drones…

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Added by Thomas D. Kuglin Jr. on September 5, 2017 at 5:10am — No Comments

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