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Which Incident Type is limited to one operational period, does not require a written Incident Action Plan, involves Command and General Staff only if needed, and requires several single resources? A. Type 3 B. Type 5 C. Type 4 D. Type 2
A Type 4 Incident is limited to one operational period, does not require a written Incident Action Plan, involves Command and General Staff only if needed, [ and requires several single resources. ]
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