By Dr. Burton A. Clark EFO
About the book
The author wants the reader to understand, “Society needs to change how it thinks and feels about fire death. When a civilian is killed by fire it is not an act of God, and when a firefighter is killed it is not part of the job. When there is a fire death something went wrong.” I Can’t Save You, But I’ll Die Trying: The American Fire Culture is a collection of essays representing years of fire-service experience including operations, prevention, education, safety, leadership, culture, and philosophy giving readers, both civilian and firefighters, a new understanding of our fire culture. The book reveals important changes society must make to provide a more fire-safe environment for firefighters and the public.
About the author
Dr. Burton A. Clark EFO has spent 45 years in the fire service and still counting. He’s served at the local, county, state, national, and international levels. He has protected the President of the United States in the White House and his neighbors in their farm houses. He taught kindergarteners to Stop, Drop & Roll and doctoral students how to enhance their research skills in preparation for their dissertations. He has published more than 200 articles and lectured around the world and counseled with business leaders in insurance, fire suppression, and equipment manufacturers.
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