Crew Boss, 1962

Training for crew bosses in a Forest Service dramatization

 

Jeff Kline – Released in 1962, this training film was designed to assist in training forest fire crew bosses.

It dramatizes a crew boss and a project work crew on their first shift on a fireline from which they emerge as a disciplined, high-morale team. A good fire camp, fireline practice, and the characteristics of a good supervisor are covered.

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Training for crew bosses in a Forest Service dramatization   Jeff Kline – Released in 1962, this training film was designed to assist in training forest fire crew bosses. It dramatizes a crew boss and a project work crew on their first shift on a fireline from which they emerge as a disciplined, high-morale team. […]

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