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i need some advice

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Type of Organization
Combination Fire Rescue Department
Job Function
Years in Fire/EMS:
Counting explorers this will be my 7th year...but second year on active duty
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Evesham Fire-Rescue
Years With Department/Agency
Dept. Web Site:
My Training:
Haz Mat Ops and awareness (fire)
HazMat ops and awareness (ems)
MCTO Decision making
CBRNE (fire/ems)
RIT Awareness
Fundementals of Fire Protection
FF tactics
Building Codes and Standards
Arson/Law and court procedures
Fire Investigator 1
Fire Intructor Methodology
Fire Investigator 2
Fire supression systems
Day Job:
School to get my fire science Degree
Relationship Status:
In a Relationship
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Why I Joined Fire/EMS
There is a long tradition of firefighting in my family. I'm sure my father was upset when he had two daughters, because at the time when I was born, there was no such thing as a female firefighter. Well now there is. And I can tell that my daddy is so proud of his little girl!
Why I Love Fire/EMS
...fighting fire!
Top Issues Facing Responders:
SAFETY! Way too many firefighters are dying on the job/on the way to the job for preventable reason.

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scary scary!

Posted on August 29, 2007 at 1:24pm 0 Comments

my chief sent this link to a vid. out. its a office building fire in houston,tx. this can happen to you! trained on how to get out, don't go in blind to an office building with loads of cubicles. bring a t.i.c. if you have it, if not, tie of the end of a rope bag to…


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At 11:59am on April 7, 2009, D.J. Smith Jr. said…
Hello Sandy, just contacting some members of the Irish group that live in the general area of Jersey that I came from (indiana now) I lived in Pennsauken and Barnsboro. Nice list of courses you've taken, good luck and stay safe! D.J. Smith Jr. Chief-BGVFD.
At 3:24pm on March 17, 2009, Robert said…
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At 12:02pm on July 12, 2008, Kurt Kamm said…
Sandy113- please ignore my message. Some members have determined it is an "ad". Not intended that way, but just foreget it.
At 7:51pm on July 11, 2008, Kurt Kamm said…
Hey Sandy113- I just joined the website and saw the back page about favorite firefighter books. I live in Malibu, spent 3 years with LACoFD and CalFire preparing a novel about a boy who comes of age as a wildland firefighter at a helitak camp (Camp 8 LA County). The book has been well received and Fire Chief P. Michael Freeman of the LACoFD liked it enough to send it to the County Board of Supervisors.
Perhaps you would enjoy reading it. The title is One Foot In the Black. You can buy it on Amazon or, if you buy it from the online store of the Wildland Firefighter Foundation, they get the profits.
You can see reviews from firefighters on my website
Let me know what you think of it.
Thanks, stay safe – Kurt Kamm
At 9:36am on April 4, 2008, Chris Plumb said…
idk gurl that really wasn't that bad and from knowing what i felt when i came up to that rescue and thought it was jessie's car i don't think she's lying but i mean thats what you have the whole firehouse to stop you from doing anything stupid lol
At 12:24am on March 29, 2008, wmason said…
hello and welcome to firefighternation.
At 12:19am on March 29, 2008, Chris Plumb said…
hahaha the other night just sucked lol
At 1:28pm on January 28, 2008, ENGINECREW CAPT. aka Pres.FHMC said…
At 9:41pm on January 16, 2008, C.R. Schriefer said…
hey just wondering u wouldn't have a cuzin that lives im md thats a fire fighter lets just say crumpton
At 10:27pm on September 4, 2007, mark said…
thanks for the add, stay safe

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