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Mann Gultch Fire Investigation Report 1949
Author: SAIT Published: Before 1980 Posted: 1/1/2004
Mutiny On Boulder Mountain
T h e gen t l e m a n t h at wr ot e t h i s s t or y n o w 80 y e ars y o un g -- ca m e i n t o t h e F o r es t Ser vi ce o f f i c e dur i n g o ur r ec en t " F eb r uar y Fi r e" a n d m e n t i o n ed ...
255.3KB Author: James M. Hagen Published: 2003 Posted: 3/28/2006
National Wildland Fire Staff Ride Workshop Report
Workshop participants engage in tactical decision exercises above the fatality site during the Staff Ride to the 1966 Loop Fire. "We are revolutionizing how we teach our wildland fire service leaders."
592.1KB Author: Paul Keller Published: 2005 Posted: 4/22/2005
Native American Impacts on Fire Regimes of the California Coastal Ranges
33KB Author: Jon Keeley Published: 2002 Posted: 2/6/2008
Near Misses Remembered - "Beaver Brook Lake"
I was full of zest and had been taught to always respect my elders. ... Nearly all of my coworkers from the Dept. of Natural Resources were my elders and because of this and the fact that I was fairly new to the ...
33.5KB Author: Tex Smith Published: 2005 Posted: 5/31/2006
Near Misses Remembered - "Bristol"
A call came in reporting that fire had escaped into the woods from a local dump near Bristol. ... If we can get to a fire while it’s small, before it gets its legs under it, we have a better chance of keeping it under ...
30KB Author: Tex Smith Published: 2005 Posted: 5/31/2006
New Perspectives on Training for the Fire Ground, Safety Zone Newsletter, Issue 5, June 2005
Critical thinking skills are essential for the success and safety of all wildland firefighters. Quality training is now available that helps firefighters develop these skills without encountering risks of being on ...
87.2KB Author: Forest Service Fire Operations Safety Council Published: 2005 Posted: 5/25/2005
Past, Present, and Future Fire Regimes in Chaparral
35KB Author: Jon Keeley Published: 2003 Posted: 2/6/2008
Paul Gleason Lead by Example Award
The Paul Gleason Lead by Example Award r wildland fire community who stand out b innovators. Recipients of the award c leadership values and principles that were cr guide leaders' decisions and actions.
75.3KB Author: Leadership Development Committee Published: 2004 Posted: 1/1/2004
Paul Gleason's Original Proposal for LCES 1991
I have been asked to give input on wildland firefighter safety to the Fire and Aviation Staff Safety and Training, Washington Office. First, let me say I am honored to be able to contribute at this level.
56.9KB Published: 1991 Posted: 1/1/2004
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