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5.0 étoiles sur 5From a 20 year vet to a proby, a must read!5 octobre 2013
Par Lt Coleman FDNY - Publié sur Amazon.com
25 To Survive was a great read! Makes you think about the basics we tend to get away from in a new light. It also covered new VEIS tactics, fire ground saftey, Ladder and Eng operations, etc. This book should be on every firehouse table for memebers to read. Great drills and illustrations. Very insightful book. Stay safe!
5.0 étoiles sur 5train as you fight, fight as you train31 juillet 2014
Par Jackmack - Publié sur Amazon.com
this book is an excellent addition to fire service literature. Written by a Fairfax County Fire Captain and a NYC Firefighter it focuses on reducing death and injury to both civilians and firefighters at residential building fires. According to statistics residential building fires are where the greatest number of deaths and injuries occur, it is where most spend there time and where they sleep. 25 is the number of topics that the authors present for responding firefighters to reduce the number of deaths and injuries and increase the probability of a successful outcome. Each chapter contains real life experiences, pictures, tips and words of wisdom. Regardless of where you respond to fires, if it is in a residential building this book is worth your while. As fire can strike anywhere at any time , the authors stress being combat ready both physically, mentally and operationally. If you are a fire officer, firefighter, investigator or buff you will increase your knowledge through this book. Highly recommended.
2.0 étoiles sur 5Instead it include things like: the best climbing angle10 juillet 2014
Par Bfd70 - Publié sur Amazon.com
The audience for this book is strictly the new firefighter. I am an 18 year member and currently serve as a tour chief. Our first due is largely residential. I was hoping to get a few techniques to use while running fires. I did not.The title suggests that the authors will enumerate 25 things an incident commander can due to reduce LODD's. It does not. Instead it include things like: the best climbing angle, how to cut a roof, the job of the nozzle man. That's all great stuff, but I read it in John Norman's book 15 years ago. I follow the authors website online. The quality of that caused me to buy the book as soon as I saw it. Big mistake.
5.0 étoiles sur 5Great addition to my fire library!22 avril 2014
Par jared jenkins - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book is full of great, up to date with current standards, information. This book has given me a lot of ideas for training and has challenged me to become a better student of the fire service. From the guys pulling hose to those in a officer role, this book would be a good addition to your library.
5.0 étoiles sur 5This is one of the most influential fire service texts written, (28 year career, metropolitan BC)27 février 2014
Par Raymond Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
This text uses modern fire service techniques to thoroughly teach how to safely handle today's fire service challenges. Information on; combat readiness, realistic training techniques, good FF habits, tool applications, safety statistics, reduced staffing, company SOP's, modern construction, and recommended life saving acronyms, provide guidance and motivation for all types of fire service providers. Good visual references and relevant fireground stories will help provide "recognition primed decision making".