Advancing Wildland Fire Training for Fire Departments Implementation Plan

This plan describes implementation actions 1a-1c from the 2002 report “Changing Role and Needs of Local, Rural and Volunteer Fire Departments in the Wildland Urban Interface” and subsequent findings of the 2004 task group report “Advancing Wildland Fire Training for Fire Departments” (AWFT). The initiatives and work products described cover a five year period between FY2006-FY2012.

  • Topics:
    • Featured Supression
    • Wildland
    • Supression
  • Resource Type:
    • Report/ publication
    • SOP/SOG
    • Training
    • Guide/ toolkit/ template
  • Organizational Author:
    • External

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