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This is a quick drill for you company officers and acting officers. So much of what we do is coach and mentor our younger firefighters. When we are out and about we need to take the time point out things that might be obvious to us, but maybe not so much to others on our crew.

Use these photos to explain the challenges, dangers, benefits and tactical oppportunities with this roof. Share what you see and pass it on. You might pick up on something that someone else does not. But, maybe we can reach a firefighter with this drill that we don't have on our crew. Maybe we can reach a volunteer that doesn't have that daily mentor.

Clark Street Shoe Building 028

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Clark Street Shoe Building 027

Share and thanks for reading.

Jason

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