"My name is Adel and I am trying to figure out what products are best for female firefighters. I have worked as a firefighter for only three years so I am just getting started. Currently I am a student at Eastern algerinne University in in the Fire…"
"I live in the same county at these yahoos only about 15 mins from Mardela. In Bradley's defence where we are from carrying a weapon isnt all that odd...we live out in the country and carrying a gun or knife is the norm. However...Mardela has…"
""The adrenaline...sorry sounds selfish but its true"
If I only responded to calls on days I was really in it to help people... I wouldnt be responding much lol. Sure I like helping others but this job is all adrenaline for me! Anybody…"
"You cant live being scared on if he comes home or not. I have been seeing a Career Rescue Tech for 3 years and sometimes I worry about him but I know that he is very well trained and dam good at his job. You just have to have faith in him and his…"
"I used to work for a PD before I became a FF. If we rolled up to a scene with a body in the road way we had a disposable yellow sheet that we would cover them with. Mostly used when it was raining out to PRESERVE evidence. Also the sheets had tape…"
Fire Fighter 1, Haz-mat Ops, Rescue Tech, Currently in EMT-B.
I've worked in Public Safety since I was 19. Started at a Police Dept. and played on the Blue team for about 5 years. Then I joined the Navy. Once the Navy was finished with me I didnt adjust well to being just a regular schmuk so I took my friend's advice and joined a FD. I love it. It come naturally to me and I plan on turning it into a career. I love the High Angle and Rescue side of things...not going to be one to go for the hose unless I'm told to. Being in the FD takes care of my adrenaline need since my "Normal" job is a bit dull. Anything else you want to know just ask me, I'm pretty easy going.
Hart to Heart Ambulance Service
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
I became a FF after I got out of the Navy. Needed something active and challenging to do with my spare time. I fell in love with it and am in the the process of going Career.
Why I Love Fire/EMS
The adrenaline...sorry sounds selfish but its true
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My name is Adel and I am trying to figure out what products are best for female firefighters. I have worked as a firefighter for only three years so I am just getting started. Currently I am a student at Eastern algerinne University in in the Fire & Safety Engineering Technology Program. Although I have only been a firefighter for three years I have had my fair share of small gloves that were still too big and pants that went up to my belly button! I was wondering if you could take the time out of your busy schedule to share some of your favorite/best fitting/most functional products for female firefighters. Weather it’s an awesome fitting pair of pants, A polo shirt that has sleeves that do not go down to your elbows, a pair of great gloves, or boots that have an awesome fit. It would be greatly appreciated if you could share your opinions with me. Thank you very much. Please feel free to e-mail me back at firstname.lastname@example.org
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"The adrenaline...sorry sounds selfish but its true"
If I only responded to calls on days I was really in it to help people... I wouldnt be responding much lol. Sure I like helping others but this job is all adrenaline for me! Anybody that tells you too much different is lying. TCSS
Thanks for serving in the military and thanks for your continuing to serve.
We all have a need for that adrenaline rush (at least I think so). I can't respond anymore and that's a hard adjustment. My son (also a paramedic/firefighter) and his wife (paramedic/firefighter) presented me with a grandson over the week-end. Now I really feel old. Enjoy it while you can!