Other contributors: Brian Motta, Donald Moore, Stephen Jascourt, NWSFO BOX, SEW and MHX
The objectives of this session are:
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Talking points – these may be used by local offices in tandem with the audio playback version of the training session. The talking points may be printed out to easily review the session in detail at any time. The talking points may be
There are no prerequisites