Meeting training needs, manpower, communications (internal and external), time requirements needed for fire and EMS operations, ability to attract sufficient numbers of recruits, response procedures and integration of "quint" apparatus.
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Hello Captain Stone,
I would like to send you some information about Incident Command Training which is critical to success when bad things happen. Would you please send your email address so I can send this information to you.
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