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    Birmingham 1963 Protest photo employs different photography elements such as focus, contrasts and shutter speed to capture a very pathetic moment and send a clear message to people around the world about events in a certain environment. As we progress in this analysis, I would refer to the image as “The Water Hose”. Philip White, Michael…

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    Over the many hours we spent writing this paper together, we faced times of tension between each other, as well as our regards to the fire department. The differences between our first and last drafts of this paper are astounding, as we entirely changed our thesis half-way through the process in order to be more empathetic. Our original thesis read as “Encouraged by the department’s occupational hierarchy, the Apple Valley firefighters have come to use toxic masculinity as an outlet to mask…

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    "Have patience",exclaims dad every day we work on the farm. Some days on the farm are easy like just feeding cows. Other days are long and hard like pulling a calf at midnight or having to fix something when you need it the most. But every day on the farm is fun and relaxing. I don't like fixing something in the middle of summer on the one hundred and ten degree days. We got a call from the fence builder and the red angus and gelbvieh cross cows at the Frazer Farm did not have any water. So dad…

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    A little after one in the morning, Miss Maudie Atkinson’s house caught on fire. The fire spewed from the dining-room windows and it slowly devoured the house. The old fire truck that had been killed by the cold, was being pushed through the streets by a crowd of men. When the men attached the hose to a hydrant, the hose burst and water shot up, falling to the pavement. Then the men took the furniture from Miss Maudie’s house to the yard across the street. Faces appeared in the windows upstairs…

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    As the days get warmer and longer, the back yard once again becomes a place of enjoyment for both kids and adults. However, before the recreation and social get-togethers begin, make sure that your backyard is safe. Here are four common back yard hazards to look for and fix: Propane Grilling Dangers A propane grill has a tank containing a compressed flammable gas used to fuel a burner. Such a device should be safe unless the tank is damaged or is improperly used. Inspect the tank and its…

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    They save hearts, memories, and dreams.” This quote means that their is more to being a firefighter than most people would think. In December of 2010 my house caught on fire, my family made it out safely and today we have rebuild in the same house just bigger and better. I have done a lot of research and have heard a lot about many kinds of fires that my dad has told me about when he was a fire fighter. We are very lucky to have fire fighters in our society to keep us safe and put any kind of…

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    Risk Management Plan Task/Operation Refrigerant Developed by …................................................... Date...................... Sequence…

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    from further damage is the main priority for fire fighters. They may have to damage parts of the scene to save or protect lives. The majority of the evidence get destroyed or lost from the activities done by fire service. That result in the spoliation, contamination, removal, loss, unnecessary movement of physical evidence, complication of the scene and detraction of the evidence validity. Therefor it becomes harder for fire investigators to figure and conduct testing on what was responsible for…

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    Thermal Imaging Cameras (TIC) in the Fire Service The fire service, as we know it today, has come a long way since its beginning. It began in 24 BC in Rome. One of the first technologies used were a line of men and a few buckets of water, which were used to extinguish the fire. Another of the first technologies was an axe that was used to create holes that would allow heat and smoke to escape from the structure. Compared to the ancient times, today’s technologies have improved tremendously.…

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    installed hose stations in high piled storage warehouses. Where is it referenced in NFPA standards to install inside 1 1/2-inch hose stations?” In response to your question we have reviewed NFPA 13, 2013 edition that you indicated as the applicable standard. Our informal interpretation is that the requirement is from Chapter 12 where it could be required by the AHJ. Chapter 12 requires small hose connections where required by the AHJ. These are for first-aid fire fighting and overhaul…

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