Alex
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  • Phoenix, AZ
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Type of Organization
Fire/Rescue Department - Paid, Combination Fire Rescue Department
Job Function
Captain
Years in Fire/EMS:
22
Years With Department/Agency
22
Relationship Status:
Divorced

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At 11:01am on June 13, 2009, tito said…
El éxito de esta página ha permitido la comunicación entre Bomberos que se encuentran a largas distancias y el intercambio de información profesional a pesar de sus diferencias culturales, se han formado grupos de Bomberos Voluntarios de distintos lugares como México, Chile, Brasil, Argentina, Bomberos Latinoamericanos, etc. Pero muchos de ellos se encontraron con la dificultad de tener que manejar una pagina íntegramente editada en ingles y esto ha frustrado el impulso por conocer camaradas de otros lados.
Por eso es que decidí crear un espacio para los Bomberos Voluntarios de todas partes del mundo similar a la "Nación" pero con la particularidad de que esta editada en castellano y buscando reunir a aquellos que sientan que son parte de esta Hermandad; la familia de Bomberos Voluntarios.
Direccion de “LA HERMANDAD DE BOMBEROS VOLUNTARIOS”
http://hermandadebomberos.ning.com/
At 7:57am on March 26, 2009, MICHAEL J. KEPPLER said…
like your pics
At 7:30pm on March 25, 2009, BOMBGIRL said…
I use the SAW too (M249) It's range is similar to the 240B, but its actual EFFECTIVE range is a little more than/about half of, the other two. The 249 weighs 15 lbs (not counting a magazine or ammo box) - about 10 lbs lesss than the 240B and 70 lbs less that the M2. if the M2 isn't mounted on a vehicle, you need the tripod, which weights another 30 lbs - and moving ammo for the M2 is another story. When the M2 is carried in the field, it takes 3 soldiers to carry it in. (Maximum range about 4.25 miles) The M249 is great at close range and acutually fires more rounds per minute than the other two, so it's perfect if you are firing at a close target/thin skinned vehicle. I had to carry my 240B for a straight ten miles one night (on top of everything in my ruck, IBA, helmet water etc) , marching up and down hills...I was really wishing hard a few times that I'd had been asigned to the 249/SAW instead...have a great day! Suzanne
At 1:33pm on March 25, 2009, BOMBGIRL said…
...no, it's not an M-60 - it's usually a M-240B or an M-2 (both are almost double the effective target range) :-) I'll keep my eyes peeled for ya' and say "hi" if I see your station on the same call with me...if I'm around I'm usually easy to spot - a 5'9" redhead in a green Phx FD shirt :- ) Take care and be safe, Suzanne
At 12:06am on March 25, 2009, BOMBGIRL said…
Hello Alex, I am in the Army National Guard, and have been away on active duty up until 11 Sep 2008. I was only in town a short time and was mobilized again (back to Washington DC) for a special mission - just got back in town a few days ago. I work at Station 40 and Station 16 on the CR unit (that's why I put "other".) ;-) Hey it never hurts to have folks on the CR unit proficient on machine guns, no? ...I'm of course, just kidding. Take care, Suzanne
At 12:29am on March 20, 2009, Jonathan Spencer said…
Hola Alex, gracias por agregarme como amigo. La verdad es que no ubico a la persona de quien me cuentas, respecto al comandante pudo haber sido Helmut Kaminski. Te cuento que soy Inspector Jefe del Departamento de Especialidades de mi Departamento de Bomberos y ahora nos encontramos formando una Fuerza de Tarea para Institución. Un abrazo fuerte y ojalá podamos seguir en contacto.

At 4:33am on March 15, 2009, tito said…
Hola Capitan encantado de conocerlo, estoy muy agradecido que usted se halla agregado al grupo Bomberos Voluntarios de Argentina y espero pueda brindarnos información profesional y intercambiar experiencias con nosotros. Habla muy bien el castellano, espero se sume a las discuciones del grupo Chau un fuerte abrazo desde Buenos Aires Argentina!!
At 6:28am on February 27, 2009, Leo Cartwright said…
Hi there Alex; 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.
I also collect Patches and badges; looking for Police, Medical & Fire service patches. If U know someone in these groups and/or U are interested, send me your postal address via my Email I will post you one of my State Ambulance Service Badge, (patch) for exchange of one of your service patches,
My Email is lecar1@bigpond.net.au (LECAR1@BIGPOND.NET.AU) and/or my address is:-
Leo Cartwright J.P. 246 Kay Street; TRARALGON; Victoria; Australia; 3844

Cheers Leo
At 1:54am on February 27, 2009, Fireyladd - Chief Sharp said…
Alex, welcome to the Nation. I am glad you dropped in to join the group. Dont be shy just jump in anywhere and get your feet wet. There is lots to do, read and be involved with. Your participation and involvement is important to us all. Takes a bit to kinda figure it all out but you will be glad you did. Have fun and look around.


Chief William Sharp
Southern Oregon Coast
 
 
 

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