"Hi William! Sorry it has taken me awhile, have not been online in a bit. To answer your question about vet medicine and EMT - it makes CE and understanding human medical concepts much easier. On the other hand, being an EMT has helped develop skills…"
This is a place where we can sit down, put our feet up and chill. Where the Boys and Girls can just be themselves. The Back Room or what most firefighters call a ''day room or rec room'' is the social point of every firehouse.See More
Any department where 343 members unhesitatingly gave up their lives to save others on 9-11 including the Chief of Department, multiple other Chiefs and their Chief Chaplain, is my type of department."
"Having been a police officer and a combat arms officer I am used to being shot at. Other than wearing kevlar or shooting back (probably not acceptable) I don't know what to tell you about the gunfire.
As far as the bars however, when I was…"
My apologies for the slow response. We had two fatalities this week (victims not responders) and I have been doing a lot of crisis intervention in its wake.
First recommendation is to join the Federation of Fire Chaplains (FFC):…"
"I am a new chaplain for the Chesterfield (VA) Fire & EMS. While most of the people that I have met are practicing Christians already members of specific denominations, we also have our athiests, agnostics, wiccans and all manner of "new…"
Hi William! Sorry it has taken me awhile, have not been online in a bit. To answer your question about vet medicine and EMT - it makes CE and understanding human medical concepts much easier. On the other hand, being an EMT has helped develop skills I would never be be able to strengthen being a vet. It is a nice balance. How do you like VA? I lived in Hampton as a kid (air force brat) and loved it.
Being from Southern Cali, I am so use to the warm weather. This has been a change, but I am really enjoying the winter activities. Time will tell. I might not be saying anything good in a few months ;o)