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Engine Operator - what you need to know

Posted on July 28, 2009 at 12:45pm 0 Comments

The post below was originally posted on FireCritic.com here. The post has been reproduced with permission.



It seems to me that all the decent fire service writers focus too much on “talking on the radio”. It is important, but so are some other things. Today, The Fire Critic will start an ongoing in-depth look at the Engine Operator. This will be the first topic of many,… Continue

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At 12:54pm on January 1, 2010, Fire Critic said…
Thanks Jack. I appreciate it. He was a hell of a guy!

I will post the info here. thanks for the idea. I will let you know when I get it up here!

Rhett
At 12:02pm on January 1, 2010, Jack/dt said…
Rhett;
Stumbled upon your other website and read about Battalion Chief William E. Obenchain Jr., my condolences, he reads like a hell of great guy.

I loved his poem, "If you want to be a clown", while so much valuable information gets lost on FFN it think it would be a great thing to post as well as a tribute to who he was.

Cheers, happy new year and stay safe.
Jack
 
 
 

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