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Leadership for the Wildland Fire Officer: Leading in a Dangerous Profession, 2nd edition
The 2nd Edition of Bill Teie’s Leadership for the Wildland Fire Officer – Leading in a Dangerous Profession has been developed to address various supervisory and leadership positions of wildland firefighting outlined by the National Wildfire Coordinators Group (NWCG).
This book is aimed toward new and experienced wildland firefighters who serve in a leadership role within their organizations. Chapters 1-5 are an excellent tool for any current or future leader in fire service. Chapters 6-9 deal with the situational and tactical processes a wildland fire officer faces daily. Following Chapter 9 is an addendum containing 15 after-action reports of “Fires We Should Not Forget” as well as the lesson learned from each fire.
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Logging in Jefferson County (CO) for Fire Mitigation Stokes Anger Among Residents
John Aguilar - The Denver Post EVERGREEN — Hundreds of freshly cut ponderosa logs lay stacked in rows in Elk Meadow Park, some measuring several feet in diameter — and more than a century old. Not far away, wood chips and slash litter a clearing where trees once...
NM Lawmakers Seek Assurances Over Prescribed Burns
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Members of New Mexico’s congressional delegation are looking for assurances from the U.S. Forest Service that the agency is taking preventative measures to ensure that future prescribed fires don't turn into disasters. They sent a letter this...
Celebrating 60 Years of PHOS-CHEK: Honoring George Roby, a Hero of Fire Safety
PHOS-CHEK fire retardant was first approved by the US Forest Service for use as an aerial fire retardant in 1963. In the decades since, PHOS-CHEK has helped firefighters to save countless lives and protect thousands of homes from wildfire. To celebrate the fire...
Video: A Life Vest and an Airboat for a Wildland Fire? Yep!
Grab your life vests! Our fire personnel @ Sacramento NWR (CA) completed a #rxfire via airboat and terra torch - allowing them to reach areas of the wetland that are normally inaccessible. Regular fire in wetlands is vital to promote healthy habitat for wildlife 📽️...
Mount Tamalpais Prescribed Fires Delayed Amid ‘Tricky’ Factors
Richard Halstead The Marin Independent Journal, Novato, Calif. (TNS) Feb. 19—A prescribed burn on Mount Tamalpais planned for this month — the first one in years — was postponed because of wetter-than-expected conditions, and it is now uncertain if it will take place...
Why’s He Always Yelling At Me
If you’re anything like me, you might think you know what your boss is thinking when he or she talks to you. You think you can tell by the expression on their face or the particular words they use. Are they happy with me? Do they think I’m doing a good job? I usually...