This issue of Fire Management Today features an article by Tom Harbour titled "The National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy: Together, We Can Do More!" describing the need for the Forest Service to work with other departments along with two success stories. Other articles include "Burning To Learn: An Engine Burnover Project To Improve Firefighter Safety" by Ryan Myers; "Safety and the Agency, Part 1: Understanding Accident Mitigation" by Jim Barnett; "Analyzing Size Distribution of Large Wildfires" by Lloyd C. Irland; "ArcFuels: An ArcMap Toolbar for Fuel Treatment Planning and Wildfire Risk Assessment" by Nicole M. Vaillant and Alan A. Ager; "Providing Information During Disasters and Incidents" by Karen Takai; "A New Truck for Avoca" by Martin Brammier; "Flipping Firefighting Training" by Mark Cantrell; "Safety and the Agency, Part 2: External Influences on Fire and Aviation Management" by James K. Barnett; "Building a Spatial Database of Fire Occurrence in Hawaii" by Andrew D. Pierce and Elizabeth Pickett; and "Fire Management Today Photo Contest Results."
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Fire Management Today (Volume 74 No.1, 2014)