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From windshield box alarms to command post practice, these drills solidify your command skills
Simple steps to maintain composure when the scene is anything but routine
“Take care of your troops and they will take care of you” and other military command lessons applied to the fire service
A firsthand account of not understanding the burden of command
Follow the SROVT principles – solid, realistic, ongoing, verifiable training – to develop strong incident commanders
INCIDENT COMMAND NEWS AND TRAINING RESOURCES
Five people were injured in a Coweta County house fire that claimed six others
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County-wide mutual aid drill in Monterey focused on firefighting and communication
First responders from the Quad-Cities region worked on rescue task force and EMS best practices
Firefighters used defensive operations at another fire in the former Morris Brown College dormitory
Firefighters in Elmwood Park cut down a fence at the rear of the motel to reach the trapped guest
COMMAND POST MANAGEMENT FOR NEW OFFICERS

In this four-part video series, Chief Marc Bashoor provides an overview of command post management for new officers.

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Bringing calm to chaos: Command post management for new officers, Part 1
6:20
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It’s all about location: Command post management, Part 2
6:02
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Running the scene: Command post management, Part 3
9:16
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Learning to relax: Command post management, Part 4
10:29
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Building muscle memory eases stress during critical emergencies
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