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Chief Anthony Kelleher's Blog – September 2013 Archive (2)

STANDPIPE ODDITY (What to do?):

Firefighter/Technician Steve Brookbank, (Air Unit No. 1, Wash. DC) sent these two photographs in. This standpipe configuration is located on the upper floors of a high rise building. 



The photograph on the left is of a 2 1/2" riser connection in the middle of a hallway corridor. You may notice that…

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Added by Chief Anthony Kelleher on September 6, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments

CONTINUED EFFORT (Quick Drills, In-depth Lessons)

In the fire service there are a number of companies and individual firefighters/officers that are always "going for the gold", trying to find better ways to accomplish our job and strive to assure the "basics" are always fresh in the minds of others.



This certainly plays true for Captain Daniel…

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Added by Chief Anthony Kelleher on September 6, 2013 at 10:03am — No Comments

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