D-311, Initial Attack Dispatcher, 2005

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Certification Date:

2005-05

Previous Certification Date(s):

Course Components:

TitleNFES NumberProduct DateTypeDistributionPrevious Edition
D-311 Instructor Guide
002794
2005-05
Instructor Guide
Cache
2005-05
D-311 CD-Rom Course Materials
002796
2005-05
CD Rom
Cache
2005-05
D-311 Alaska Simulation Map
002797
2005-05
Map
Cache
2005-05
D-311 Student Workbook
002795
2005-05
Student Workbook
Cache
2005-05

 

All radio equipment and radio frequency use for the course (classroom simulations, field exercises, course logistics, etc.) requires specific authorization and must be coordinated and assigned through the local agency frequency coordinator or the Communications Duty Officer at the NIFC National Interagency Incident Communications Division, as appropriate. Radio equipment and frequencies for training should be requested well in advance of course start date (at least two months) and shall be released/returned to the issuing entity upon course conclusion.

Versions Affected:  Applies to 2005 Version

 

 

Page Last Modified / Reviewed: 
2020-01-23

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