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2019 National Extrication Challenge


Nov. 7,8,9, 2019

Fire Academy of the South

2700 Firefighter Memorial Dr

Jacksonville, Fl 32246



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Team Registration 0821B (1).pdf
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Teams, start making your plans to attend the 2019 National Extrication Challenge & Training Seminar.  The field will be capped at 25 teams with special reservations made for Regional Challenge and past National winners.  This Challenge is a World Rescue Organization (WRO) sanctioned event and participation will qualify teams for further National and

World Rescue Challenges.

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Updated event rules & score sheets can be found in the Extrication Rescue Challenge section of this website.

2014 World Rescue Challenge at the United Kingdom Fire College in England.