Today the National Interagency Fire Center uploaded a bunch wildfire-related videos to YouTube. We have six of them below.
This first one is about managing communications on a complex incident:
The second one is on the subject of engines:
The third one describes what wildland firefighters must do if there is a medical emergency on an incident.
The fourth one, below, is a case study of the Salt Fire, ignited by lightning on August 25th, 2011 in the mountains of the Salmon-Challis National Forest in Idaho.
Number five, below, is about the transfer of command, which is one of the most vulnerable times for a communication breakdown. This video examines how firefighters get all the information they need during a transition.
The last one, number six, is about lightning and how firefighters can prepare.
A seventh one about Air Attack is on our Fire Aviation site.