Hello, my friends! I am really happy that you have accessed my web- page Pompierul.md. My name is Igor and am the major of the rescue service, Head of the Firefighters and Rescue Unit from Orhei, Civil Protection and Emergency Situations Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova / I have been collecting firefighter patches since- 2011, so I am a young collector :D, but my collection is growing daily. If you are a firefighter patches’ collector, please, do help me…Continue
Added by Pompierul Moldova on May 28, 2016 at 8:50am — No Comments
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I thought that some of the Brothers and Sisters here might be interested in this article I recently authored for a homeland security blog.Continue
Added by John Flynn on May 25, 2016 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Do any of you remember Chief Reason?
Yeah; I used to be a regular here back in the day.
Fun fact; Tiger Schmittendorf and Art "ChiefReason" Goodrich were the very first bloggers signed to FIREEMSBlogs.com. That has been a while ago.
When I look at the list of bloggers there now, I see that my friends at My Own Worst Enemy and Firehouse Zen are the only ones left from days gone by.
I believe that with our time during the day being so constrained; more and more are…Continue
Added by Art "ChiefReason" Goodrich on May 17, 2016 at 10:36am — No Comments
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Added by Paul Combs - Fire Caroonist on May 12, 2016 at 8:47am — No Comments
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Please take our poll and let us know if today's public safety and emergency response departments are meeting the needs of its members following the death of one of their own.
When someone we love dies, family members, co-workers and friends are often at a loss as to how to cope with the devastating effects of grief. In the fire service and EMS…Continue
Added by Peggy Sweeney on April 18, 2016 at 2:10am — No Comments
Do you want to know how fit fire rescue athletes make nutritious meal choices? Here are some shortcuts, go-to recipes, cooking suggestions and go-to snacks for making the life of a fire rescue athlete a little healthier.
Eating healthy with a demanding job can be difficult. Add in the fact that the firehouse is usually full of non-nutritious choices like cakes and baked goods and its no wonder that obesity, diabetes and heart disease are huge concerns in the fire industry. Yet, as…Continue
Added by Aaron Zamzow on April 14, 2016 at 7:46pm — No Comments
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Added by Paul Combs - Fire Caroonist on April 11, 2016 at 8:24am — No Comments
As an artist who has studied human behavior for the better part of my 49 years, I can honestly say "huggable moments" are a societal issue more than a generational one. It's easy to point our fingers at the Millennials and Gen-Zs for this, but as an instructor for the past 15 years I can tell you that the Gen-Xs…Continue
Added by Paul Combs - Fire Caroonist on March 10, 2016 at 9:54am — No Comments
Hello Fellow Fighters,
I am now retired but I like to stay connected by creating things that I think firemen would like to see or have. This item is a great conversation piece that would be good for your fireman leisure wardrobe and
you can click this link to check it out
Thanks for your service,
Added by Donald Raether on February 26, 2016 at 7:12pm — No Comments
So we are in the middle of a very large electrical storm here in CT. My department has been very busy tonight with a total of four calls as of now. Two for lines down and two medical calls. I went to the first wires down call just down the street from my house. Being fire police, I was in charge of closing the road while local crews worked to restore power. When i left the scene i headed back up the street and as i passed my house, i noticed a tree down in my drive way. i decided to just go…Continue
Added by Eric Czerwinski on February 25, 2016 at 2:39am — No Comments
Its the dead of winter, football season is over and spring seems so far away. This is also the excuse season, the time of the year where most people fall off the fitness wagon and start to make excuses. Its especially easy to make excuses and miss workouts if your not seeing results. So, today I wanted to give you a little guidance and motivation (check out the FRF Fit for Duty…Continue
Added by Aaron Zamzow on February 12, 2016 at 2:03pm — No Comments
This is a neat article on valuing the work of the fire department in terms your finance people can understand!.
Added by Dave on February 1, 2016 at 12:02pm — No Comments
Come check out my new website for first responders:
First Responder Brother/Sisterhood
Before I worked as a firefighter, I was a trainer in both large and small health clubs. During that time I would see a lot of people exercising consistently and with intensity but only make a limited amount of fitness progress. Why? Because we are all creatures of habit in the gym and out. These “snail paced progress” gym goers were all doing the same…
The old proverb—fire makes a good servant but a bad master—has become too literal a guiding doctrine, for too long. This understanding characterizes fire entirely within the context of how humans relate to fire, while neglecting fires’ innate role within the natural environment, as…Continue
Added by Lindon Pronto on January 11, 2016 at 5:27am — No Comments
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After 4 long years, the 9-11 Patch Project has finally brought back the 9/11 Firefighter Flag. Begin the new year by flying the 9/11 Firefighter Flag with pride to mark 15 years of remembrance and support. The full size flags are only available here:…Continue
Added by Brett Hill on December 31, 2015 at 11:51am — No Comments
Not sure when I will retire, but I’m all but positive this will be a phone call my wife will make!
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Visit my print store to see more illustrations and buy prints:…
Added by Paul Combs - Fire Caroonist on December 23, 2015 at 2:47pm — No Comments