Hi -- I'm the producer of the Firehouse Video Training System and a former producer of American Heat. I am currently developing a series of Quick Clips (running time about 3 minutes each) to illustrate certain tactics, techniques and SOP's. The clips are meant to be used by a live instructor to augment his/her presentation.

I've completed Ground Ladders, Search and Rescue, Search with Rope Tether and a few others. I am interested in this groups' ideas as to what other topics you'd like to see covered in such a series. Also, if there area any departments in New Jersey, SE Pennsylvania which would like to participate, we really appreciate the gesture.

A collection of my current videos can be viewed here on Firefighter Nation or at Sony's crackle dot com/firehouse Answer here ot to taskforce2006@comcast.net Thanks in advance.

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