I'm a volunteer firefighter in a small town in the Panhandle of Texas. Being able to answer the call, when I get home from work, is a feeling that not just any volunteer has. My Dad was a volunteer firefighter on this same department for 25 years, and I was proud to serve with him before he retired. I'm married, and she gives the support that I need, and is always there to welcome me back home after being on a bad incidient. I'm a Track Supervisor for the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, and there have been times, I had to coordinate between the Train Dispatcher and our fire department.
Welcome to the family where the language and reasoning important the Border is not in our work is to save lives regardless of color, religion or social position, much less. The important thing in our work does not need language to communicate, or borders to help.
Greetings from Mexico.
you’re new friend Filiberto.
Hi there; 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 firstname.lastname@example.org (LECAR1@BIGPOND.NET.AU) and/or my address is:-
Leo Cartwright J.P. 246 Kay Street; TRARALGON; Victoria; Australia; 3844
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.