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Knowing Fire wildland Know your District Rescue hose/ firestream
100
What is Fire tetrahedron.
Fuel, oxidizer, heat, and self-sustained chemical reaction?
100
What is secure, straight, smooth, strong, sharp
The 5 "S"s of checking wildland tools
100
What is the Dry Hydrant
The oak harbor conversation club
100
What is a primary search?
A rapid ,thorough search done to locate victims as soon as possible.
100
What is storz couplings?
Referred to as sexless couplings and are connected with one third of a turn.
200
What is fire load.
The maximum heat that can be produced if all the combustibles in an area burn.
200
What is Wildland PPE.
Non-Steel toed boots, nomex pants & jacket, web gear and fire shelter are part of which equipment?
200
What is the tallest structure
Lucky farmers
200
What should a firefighter do when injured, trapped or lost, etc.
Immediately activate the PASS device.
200
What is the higbee cut?
A feature on screw thread couplings where the beginning of the thread is cut to provide a positive connection.
300
What is hazardous.
These three products of combustion( carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and hydrogen cyanide) are considered what?
300
What is terrain, weather, and wind.
The three factors that affect wildland fires.
300
Northern
150 North lake winds Pkwy
300
What is stabilization?
Providing additional support to key places between a vehicle and the ground to prevent further movement.
300
What is hose clamp?
Used to stop the flow of water to allow replacement of a burst section of hose or add more sections.
400
What is Type 3 (Ordinary Construction)
This construction type has exterior walls and structural features made of non-combustible materials or limited combustible materials. Interior construction consists of wood beams for walls and other materials for flooring and wall insulation.
400
What is Common Denominators of Fire Behavior on Tragedy Fires
On relatively small fires or deceptively quite areas. In relatively light fuels, grass, herbs, light brush. When unsuspected shift in wind direction or in wind speed. When fire responds to topographic conditions and runs up hill. These are what?
400
Columbia gas station
900 SR 19
400
How do you remove tempered glass from side and rear windows?
Using a spring-loaded center punch or striking with a sharp point at the lower corner.
400
What is flat load?
The type of load that is the easiest to load for large diameter hose and most prevalent on our trucks.
500
What is building collapse
Cracks or separation in walls-ceilings-floors-roof, loose bricks or stones falling of coming of the building, and deteriorated mortar between masonry are indications of what hazard?
500
What is crowning fire.
When 70% or greater canopy coverage and 20mph winds or greater indicate what type hazard?
500
fire station
240 west water street
500
What is a V-shaped collapse?
The pattern of collapse when outer walls remain standing and the floors or roof fail in the middle leaving voids on both sides of the collapse.
500
What is a fog stream?
Used to achieve maximum water surface for heat absorption and is composed of very fine water droplets.






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