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As drone technology becomes more affordable to manufacture, the fire service is both reaping the benefits from and dealing with the consequences of unmanned aerial systems. In this topic, learn how drones are being used in all areas, from training to structural fires to search and rescue operations, as well as the difficulty when dealing with personal drones from the community.

Fremont becomes the first city to implement a drone as first responder program in both its police and fire departments
The drone’s features are specially calibrated for outdoor search-and-rescue and first-responder cases
A drone was used to help the incident commander as companies faced heavy fire on the top floor
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The man was rescued 4 miles from where he first called rescuers and spent over an hour in the water, Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue said
Sterling firefighters completed FAA training to become certified pilots of the fire department’s new drone
The FDNY and the NYPD are reviewing drones that can drop flotation devices, electromagnetic shark deterrents
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Officials said a drone came within feet of a helicopter fighting the 150-acre Barth
Kalispell firefighters will begin training on using their drone at hazmat incidents to safely investigate the scene and take air samples
Colorado Springs firefighters now have a 24-hour drone service to assist with fireground operations and search and rescue
The Kanas City Fire Department has found its recent drone use to be effective in giving firefighters real-time information
Friendship Fire Company Diving-Rescue Unit recently completed search and rescue training with two new drones
A high-rise fire in Queens and a 4-alarm fire in the Bronx sent 13 firefighters to local hospitals
2 FFs, an EMT and a tenant were injured in the multiple-alarm fire in Toms River