"Well the engine is in and in service. And there was no problem backing it in the bay. We have one of the smallest engines that pierce has built in some time. Just to let you know about the bay, the bay door is 10' high x 9'9" wide.…"
"My dad had a few stories like this:
Officers found that it was too tall when they tried to drive the truck into the Liberton station.
Or one were the engine was too long for the barn and while backing into quarters for the first time, knocked out…"
"Chief Rick Lasky describes an excellent way to house a new engine in Pride and Ownership: The Love of the Job.
It is an excellent book and has a prominent place on my office book shelf.
Rick is a terrific guy, an excellent fire chief, and a…"
If you really want to know, here it goes. Fire Fighter I, II, III, Fire Officer I, II, III, Fire Instructor I, II, III, Fire Fighter Safety and Survival, Rescue Tech, Pumps, Aeral Apparatus Operator, EVOC, Arson Invest for the Company Officer, Leadership and Supervision, EMT-B, HAZ-MAT Ops, and a hand full of other little small classes.
My life is an open book. Just ask and I will tell you.
Truck driver till June 2, 2008 then it's Hagerstown Fire Department rookie.
I was wondering if I could get a copy of the Jeopardy power point. We are always looking for different ideas for or weekly training and also when we are on crew or just hanging around. Thanks in advance.
All is okay. Jarratt my youngest goes to the surgeon on Monday for sa biopsy of his Lymph Node to find out if he has Hodgkins Disease or not. Little Petie is getting ready to turn 12 and Jarratt is getting ready to turn 7. I am still living in Bowie and still vol. at 9. Dad retired and Mom is getting ready to in April. Are you guys still in Crofton?