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Transfer of command procedures are implemented at the Emergency Operations Center before the Incident Commander arrives at the scene
Transfer of command procedures are implemented at the emergency operation center before the incident commander arrives at the scene. FALSE.
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Transfer of command procedures are implemented at the emergency operation center before the incident commander arrives at the scene. FALSE.
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