Frank, I would love to let you use the photos, but unfortunately I do not own them the rights to them. They are the property of the AFD photographer who was kind enough to email them to me because I happened to be involved with the incident in question. Sorry.
Thanks for your comment on my blog post regarding the Indy VES video. I don't know Capt. Van Sant but have heard great things since posting the blog and a similar post on vententersearch.com. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving. See you in Indy?
Frank, We have not yet met but I as "neighbors" and someone who enjoys your Tactical Building Blocks Page I wanted to passs this along to you. I am not sure of you have seen it or not yet. But it's a view of what the future may hold for SCBA.
Click Here to View the video;
I have also put an article that goes with it on my page along with the video.
Please allow me to invite you to the group called Unique HazMat Incidents. I will be presenting this at 2009 FDIC and would love to hear some of your thoughts. We are currently talking about some real interesting issues.
As a life long learner, I am trying to stay on top of the current thoughts on various issues. If you have thoughts about the topics in my previous post, I would like to hear them to improve my undeerstanding of the fire service beyond my portion of it. Thanks, Mark Wallace
Welcome Frank, I am focusing on strategic planning and organizational effectiveness and look forward to hearing about Challenges, Opportunities, Weaknesses and
Strengths throughout the fire service. Right now I'm gathering ideas from my friends about strategic planning for effective training and professional development as we stive to increase firefighter safety, wellness and ksa's to advance professional development. Your input would be greatly appreciated. Stay Safe, Mark Wallace
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