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Dear FireRescue1 Member, 

In this month's eNews, Brian Brown explains how rural departments can apply the operational efficiancies of larger departments when it comes to purchasing apparatus, and Robert Avsec explains why electric pumpers are the future of the fire service. 

— The FireRescue1 Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
Applying metro fire department apparatus purchasing procedures to rural agencies
By Brian Brown 
How to provide emergency services on a limited budget, incorporating the operational efficiencies employed by large fire departments
Wave of the future: Electric fire pumpers are more than simply green technology
By Robert Avsec 
Zero-emissions pumpers can save municipalities money, plus reduce wear-and-tear on expensive equipment
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Fire engineers: 12 rookie mistakes
By Jim Spell 
Viewed as opportunity or setback, the jump to the driver's seat brings a new set of responsibilities for firefighters
Speccing a new pumper: Where to begin – Part 1
By Robert Avsec 
Review NFPA 1901, define the pumper’s mission, calculate weight, consider pump types and CAFS, and more
Video: Fire emergency response: Driving
By Gordon Graham 
In this video, listen as risk management expert Gordon Graham discusses how first responders can stay safe when responding to an incident
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