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An account of the Mass Fire Study Group Conference, jointly sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences and The University of California at Los Angeles, May 26-28, 1957. Research is suggested based on the description of hostile fires presented by the practical fire fighters. In addition, the application of operations research to problems of fire fighting is discussed.

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