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  • FrFtr28
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    Report from Engine Co 82 and Last Mand Down are both excellent books. I would highly recommend both of them.

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  • JTFIRE80
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    Originally posted by MemphisE34a
    Report from Engine Co. 82 should be enough all by itself.
    Yeah, what he said!!

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  • NonSurfinCaFF
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    Originally posted by MemphisE34a
    Report from Engine Co. 82 should be enough all by itself.

    If you only get one book this one would be the one.


    If you want a wildland perspective, I can recommend

    Fire on the rim, by Steven Pyne.
    The author worked 15 seasons as a firefighter at the Grand Canyon, this book gives you an idea of what a wildland firefighter does in many parts of the country.

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  • firetruckred
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    Last Man Down has been highly recommended.

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  • MemphisE34a
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    Report from Engine Co. 82 should be enough all by itself.

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  • I know this might not be the section but I need some info.

    I got a senior paper due in December and i'm doing it on the general aspect of firefighting. The help i need though is book suggestions. I already have bought Reports From Grounds Zero by Dennis Smith and I'm planning on buying Fire Fighters: Stories of Survival from the Front Lines of Firefighting by Clint Willis. Besides those 2 i'm basically stuck. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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