As an Officer, I expected the companies to know their buildings and implement adaptive tactics based on the building variables, compartment and fire dynamics and company composition capabilities.
First and foremost you need to know your buildings, their predicable performance, inherent anatomy and the manner in which fire will affect the building, the company and the occupants.
If you don't understand the building- how do you expect to be an effective fire suppression force to do your job as Firefighers? It's so much more than " just stretching the line" Where do you fall in to this equation?
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