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What does Fire Ground mean
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ricky Teter Apr 29, 2009.


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At 2:42pm on February 22, 2010, Brad Hoff said…
I need you to update your profile with your full name. It's site policy, otherwise your account could be suspended.

At 11:50pm on April 28, 2009, Larry Lasich said…
Welcome. Take a moment and read the website's policy. Then, if you would, add your full name to your profile. Thanks.

What you heard was the first arriving unit or the Incident Commander (IC) telling the dispatchers that they were moving off of the dispatch channel and conducting operations on a dedicated fire operations channel.

"Fire Ground" refers the area where firefighting operations are going on. As an example; No running on the Fire Ground!

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