Incident Command Perspective

(David Decker, YouTube)

View this Ohio fire as the
Incident Commander

David Decker

DISCLAIMER- If you suffer from motion sickness, this video might not be for you. The camera is attached to my helmet, which is attached to my head. Obviously, I am constantly looking around to maintain situational awareness and keep track of the progress of the fire and fire attack.

Bonus Footage- This is the entire helmet cam footage of the house fire at 32 N Buena Vista Street that was previously released. I have had several people request more helmet cam footage, so here you go.

FireRescue Magazine: Using Tactical Worksheets

The original video with dash cam footage is here:
Newark, OH Command View

FireRescue Magazine:
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Incident Command

I have additional command view fire videos on this channel as well as my other YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/traumawave

If you are interested in more training content, you can follow my Command Vision page on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/NewarkOhioBa… or on my web page at https://commandvision1.godaddysites.com/

You can keep up to date with Newark Fire Department on their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/NewarkOHFire/ or on their web page at www.newarkohiofire.org

I have opted to allow commenting so that people can ask questions or make comments/observations. Please keep it respectful. Most of us are here trying to learn. If you are disrespectful I will block you.

USE OF MY VIDEOS- My videos have been uploaded for training purposes. Anyone may use this video in-part or whole for training purposes. If you have specific questions about this video, you can contact me at daviddeckersemail@gmail.com

MONETIZATION REVENUE- Any money received from the monetization of any of my videos will be donated to a non-profit charity. I will post details on my Community page.

I usually send this money to Newark Firefighter Charities. They provide peer support to area firefighters. They provide coats to children during the winter for Operation Warm. And they support the Keith B. Carver Firefighter Relief Fund. You can read more about their group here. https://www.facebook.com/Newark-Firef…

I also regularly support StartingStrongOhio.Org This organization helps foster children that are aging out of the system and becoming adults. They do this by providing mentoring, assistance with getting into college, and housing needs, just to name a few. You can read more about StartingStrongOhio.Org and FosteringFurther.Org by clicking on either hyperlink.

We are Saving Lives by Saving Lives! That is exciting.

This video was produced by Command Vision LLC

Thanks for watching and stay safe.

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