Glenn Corbett, P.E. is an Assistant Professor of Fire Science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. He also serves as Technical Editor of Fire Engineering magazine, as an Assistant Chief of the Waldwick, New Jersey Fire Department, and a member of the New Jersey State Fire Code Council. He is a former president of the New Jersey Society of Fire Service Instructors. He was a member of the Federal Advisory Committee to the National Construction Safety Team that investigated the 9/11 World Trade Center disaster and the fire at the Station nightclub in Rhode Island. His past code enforcement experience includes serving as the Administrator of Engineering Services of the San Antonio, Texas Fire Department and as a Fire Protection Consultant in the City of Austin, Texas Fire Department. Francis L. Brannigan has decades of experience as a professional fire protection specialist. During World War II he directed a naval fire fighting school, commanded a sea going fire fighting unit, and was chief in the Army-Navy-Pancanal fire protection organization. He served for years as Public Safety Liaison for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. He developed programs for fire officers as well as a fire loss program. Mr. Brannigan has been honored by the Society of Fire Protection Engineers with full membership even though his degree was not taken in engineering. For various years he served on various committee on the National Fire Protection Association. In addition, the Chesapeake Chapter of International Society of Fire Instructors founded the Francis Brannigan Instructor of the Year Award in his honor.