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  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Chemical Fire in Apex, North Carolina
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    2008-04
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series Special Report: The After-Action Critique: Training Through Lessons Learned
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    2008-04
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: I-35W Bridge Collapse and Response
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    2007-08?
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Trends and Hazards in Firefighter Training
    United States. Office of Homeland Security; United States Fire Administration
    Thiel, Adam K.; Stern, Jeff; Kimball, John . . .
    2003-05
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Rail Emergencies, Special Report
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    2003-02
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Fire at Watts Bar Hydroelectric Plant - Rhea County, Tennessee
    United States. Office of Homeland Security; United States Fire Administration
    Roberson, Jennifer L.; Stambaugh, Hollis
    2002-09
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Santana Row Development Fire
    United States. Office of Homeland Security; United States Fire Administration
    2002-08
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: I-75 Multiple Vehicle Collision/Mass Casualty Incident
    United States. Office of Homeland Security; United States Fire Administration
    2002-01
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Multiple Fatality Single Dwelling Fire
    United States. Office of Homeland Security; United States Fire Administration
    2001-06
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Amtrak Train Derailment
    United States. Office of Homeland Security; United States Fire Administration
    2001-03
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Seven Alarm Fire Boardwalk Stores
    United States. Office of Homeland Security; United States Fire Administration
    2000-08-01?
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Concept Sciences, Incorporated
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    1999-02
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Special Report: Improving Firefighter Communications
    United States Fire Administration
    1999-01
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Interstate Bank Building Fire
    United States. Office of Homeland Security; United States Fire Administration
    1998-05
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Industrial Silo Fire and Explosion
    United States Fire Administration
    1997-12
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Kona Village Apartments Fire Bremerton, WA
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    1997-11
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: LP-Gas Tank Explosion Kills Two Volunteer Firefighters
    United States. Office of Homeland Security; United States Fire Administration
    Miller, Thomas H. (Professional safety engineer); Lackman, Michael
    1997-10
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Structural Collapse at Dwelling Fire Results in Two Firefighter Fatalities - Stockton, California
    United States Fire Administration
    Duckett, Dennis C.; Barry, Sheila-Faith; Routley, J. Gordon
    1997-02
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Five Fatality Residential Motel Fire, Thornton, Colorado
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    1997
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Class A Foam for Structural Firefighting
    United States. Office of Homeland Security; United States Fire Administration
    1996-12
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Sprinklered Records Storage Facility - Chicago, Illinois
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    Miller, Thomas H. (Professional safety engineer)
    1996-10
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Broward Marine Fire, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    United States Fire Administration
    1996-09-05
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Aerial Ladder Collapse Incidents
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    1996-04
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Manufacturing Mill Fire
    United States. Office of Homeland Security; United States Fire Administration
    1995-12
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Old Buckingham Station - Chesterfield, Virginia
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    Miller, Thomas H. (Professional safety engineer)
    1995-05?
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Logan Valley Mall Fire
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    1994-12
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Multi-Agency Ocean Rescue Disaster Plan and Drill
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    1994-12-01?
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Hospital Fire Kills Four Patients, Southside Regional Medical Center
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    1994-12
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Sodium Explosion Critically Burns Firefighters
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    1993-10-25
  • U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Nine-Fatality Apartment House Fire
    United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency; United States Fire Administration
    1993-02-28
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