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4. After check-in, you should: A. Locate your incident supervisor and obtain your initial briefing. B. Determine your return mode of transportation. C. Report to the command post. D. Arrange personal items needed for your estimated length of stay
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User: 4. After check-in, you should: A. Locate your incident supervisor and obtain your initial briefing. B. Determine your return mode of transportation. C. Report to the command post. D. Arrange personal items needed for your estimated length of stay

Weegy: After check-in, you should: C. Report to the command post.
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After check-in, you should Locate your incident supervisor and obtain your initial briefing.
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