"you can also build a similar prop to what Don described and practice the Denver drill. cheap and easy are also the Mayday situation and RIT response. these are never practiced enough and may be needed one day."
"NO! not only is it unacceptable, but it's potentially FATAL. there are examples all over the nation of "officers" that passed a written exam and have the rank, but have never had the experience needed to make decisions…"
like everyone has said before me...you are on the right path already. i have been on the job for 25+ years and have watched and learned. some of the best people i've ever seen in this job did these…"
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Years With Department/Agency
Other Past or Current Departments and Organizations
Santa Fe Fire and Rescue, Fire Instructor College of the Mainland. IF ANYONE NEEDS SOME HELP WITH TRAINING OR JUST QUESTIONS...FEEL FREE TO CALL ME! (409) 392-9027 city cell
training always and train others. have too many to list, but i'm always in a class of some sort and continuing my education.
FF Advanced, State Field examiner, Paramedic, SCUBA, ARFF, Instructor II, HazMat Tech, Rope Rescue Coord.
simple, straight forward and honest. love the jobs i do. nothing better than being able to sit in a room full of flames and just play with the flames! i have saved some lives, but lost some...we can't save 'em all...but we'll never stop trying!
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
used to have many fires and love being inside. now it's more for the teaching and helping others get what they need to survive.
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No Sean, I was off duty and the firefighter in me wanted to be there working, but the other side of me said ABSOLUTELY NOT! We have friends that work there and we knew it was some bad stuff!!!! I feel for those guys in Ennis. To add insult to injury, they had to go home in trash bags because they went through decon!!!
Thanks for adding me as one of your FFN friends. Sure enjoyed your photos. That's a fine looking baby! Looks like you are a more experienced/accomplished training officer, so don't be surprised if I ask for ideas. Stay safe down there on the coast.
ur baby just look like u!!! amazing!! haha cute..
What happened with that crashed unit??? geez...that looks brutal!
Finally rain in Texas!! now u r probably dealing with car accidents!!
Stay cool in League City,and give a big kiss to ur baby from me, he is so cuuute.