Capt. Dixson
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wsetter replied to Capt. Dixson's discussion Any tips to make this more fun? in the group Training Ideas
"This exercise can be manipulated over and over again to keep things fresh and exciting for everyone."
Mar 2, 2011
Nicholas replied to Capt. Dixson's discussion Any tips to make this more fun? in the group Training Ideas
"can you please email that diagram you have drawn up to me, my email is liegelvision@hotmail.com thanks nick wisconsin"
Feb 28, 2011
Kevin Riedinger replied to Capt. Dixson's discussion Any tips to make this more fun? in the group Training Ideas
"Please upload the diagram. This sounds like a lot of fun and soemthing that can be modified fairly easily to meet each department needs. Please share the diagram."
Feb 26, 2011
wsetter replied to Capt. Dixson's discussion Any tips to make this more fun? in the group Training Ideas
"I went down to the local tire shop and grabbed two tires, one large tractor tire for hammering on and a large truck tire (285) for dragging around. The shop was more than willing to get rid of them. (no cost) we started by gearing up, (this time…"
Jan 17, 2011
Julie and Capt. Dixson are now friends
Dec 21, 2009
TIMOTHY L. WESTBERRY replied to Capt. Dixson's discussion Any tips to make this more fun? in the group Training Ideas
"Consider getting into clowning, you can include the kids into fire saftey skits,face painting etc."
Oct 14, 2009
Capt./Chaplain Mike Petrosky replied to Capt. Dixson's discussion Any tips to make this more fun? in the group Training Ideas
"Hey, maybe once they finish the hose carry have them attach the hose into a attack line length and stretch it and do a search of the station or of some building in the response district. If they are going to do a search scenario, get a salemander…"
Sep 25, 2009
Padre Pete replied to Capt. Dixson's discussion Any tips to make this more fun? in the group Training Ideas
"Capt, If you've got a barn you dont need another playground. Throw up an up-ladder and a down-ladder and stay inside for the whole thing. How about extending it to include that part of a Mask Confidence course where participants just keeping…"
May 5, 2009

Profile Information

Type of Organization
Fire/Rescue Department - Volunteer
Job Function
Training Officer, Captain, Firefighter / EMT-Basic
Years in Fire/EMS:
5yrs
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Georgetown
Years With Department/Agency
5 yrs
Other Past or Current Departments and Organizations
I am not a part of these depts but I vounteer (Do ride alongs) with Monticello Fire dept/EMS and Cass County EMS
My Training:
I have FF 1&2, I am an EMT, I am operations level for Hazmat and I have several awarness level certs
Relationship Status:
Married
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
My dad was a Police officer for 25yrs and he always said he wanted to be a fireman so he joined a volunteer dept and I did as well and I love it. I am now a Capt and an EMT. I hope to be a Paid fireman one day b/c that would be great to do it everyday!!
Why I Love Fire/EMS
Its fun and I love helping people

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At 2:05am on March 19, 2009, Brett Hill said…
Hello, as the founder of the 9/11 Patch Project (originally the National Firefighters 9/11 Memorial Patch) I have recently updated the website and released the 10 Year 9/11 Anniversary Patches. This project has run for over 7 years and involves 5000 fire, ems, police and military org's around the world. Would love to have each of your departments on board.

The project is about sharing common threads, a uniform memorial patch that we can all wear as a lasting tribute and raising funds.

Organizations that have benefited by monetary or merchandise donations in the past are:
- The UFA Widows and Children's Fund
- World Memorial
- Terry Farrell Scholarship Fund
- San Antonio Burned Out Survivors
- Esperanza Firefighters Fund

Please visit the website when you have a moment and consider supporting this successful worldwide effort. Funds will continue to be donated and raised to host a west coast 10 Year 9/11 Event called, "Nine11-Twenty11."

Also interested in other items you might want to see with either of the designs on them (eg. window decals, ball caps, T-shirts, job shirts, military versions, etc.)

Thanks in advance for having a look!
http://9-11patchproject.com

Brett Hill- Founder
9/11 Patch Project
661-305-7476
At 4:16pm on January 18, 2009, Leo Cartwright said…
Hi there; Leo from Australia, Paramedic; Welcome to FFN hope U enjoy the site and gather many friends during your stay. If you read my profile and think that I am suited; please feel free to add me to your collection of FFN friends.
If U are interested and If U send me your postal address via my Email I will post you one of my State Ambulance Service Badges, (patch) for exchange of one of your service patches,
My Email is lecar1@bigpond.net.au (LECAR1@BIGPOND.NET.AU)
Cheers Leo
 
 
 

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