Guti R758
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  • Spain
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Type of Organization
Fire/Rescue Department - Volunteer
Job Function
Firefighter
Years in Fire/EMS:
2
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Bomber voluntari de la Generalitat de Catalunya
Relationship Status:
Single

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At 3:51pm on October 10, 2008, Jim said…
Hello Guti, To answer your questions I would suggest that you start by researching and talking to two groups. First is the NFA who is the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, Maryland. They may know of specific agencies who would be interested in someone young in the fire service from other countries. Second I would check with the United States Forrestry Service. They are always looking for young firefighters looking to get a start in wildland firefighting and this may be a way for you to get started and get paid. Also most states have some sort of organized training established for firefighters. In North Carolina we certify to a standard called NFPA1001 for professional firefighters. The program in this state is certified by IFSAC. Once certified in this state, if you move to another state certified by IFSAC, your qualifications transfer to that state. Another certification board is PROBOARD. NC is trying to get both Boards to certify out programs right now. Good luck to you. Great pics on your site. What was contained in the tanks that are at the industrial fire. I am aways interested in special pics, especially vehicle accidents and silo fires. I teach in an Agricultural Fire Rescue Program called Farmedic in the states. jim
At 12:11pm on October 2, 2008, Chan Rivera said…
hello guti all firemen are 100% Volunttee . Fire Dist tax payer paids for the trucks and firehouse
At 7:28pm on August 22, 2008, Marcko Osuna said…
hey mi amigoEspañol,
QUE MAGNIFICAS FOTOS TIENES

Como va todo por alla , espero y todo este de lo mejor .

Saludos desde Nogales Mexico.
At 8:37pm on August 17, 2008, lizz said…
Hi there Lizz for Australia... thanx for adding me on your list... I have been in gth e fire brigada as a volunteer for ten years... LOVE IT ... will talk to to u a little later... cheers for now saty safe lizz
At 11:52pm on August 13, 2008, Mike Schlags (Captain Busy) Retd said…
Hola Guti, pensé que había hacer un poco de español con usted para hacerle sentir como en casa cuando hablamos. OK, por lo que tal vez su pensamiento ahora que me siento muy fluidamente en español, rattling fuera de la jerga como yo había estado hablando por años ... Hmmmm ... nunca se sabe mi amigo bombero de España ... Donde yo vivo, Santa Barbara, hay una gran influencia española en la arquitectura, festivales y celebraciones religiosas con el español las misiones que se está construyendo en 1786. También tenemos una gran parte de nuestra población de Mexico, América Central y América del Sur. La ciudad que yo vivo en con una población de 4500 tiene 8 restaurantes mexicanos ... Me matan a tener un restaurante que sirve el pollo ... Siempre he sido un amante de yardbird ... :)
Dime lo que usted quisiera saber sobre los servicios de bomberos americanos, la formación, las respuestas, protocals, técnicas de rescate, materiales peligrosos respuesta ... lo que sea ... Todo lo que tienes que hacer es compartir cosas atrás. Quiero saber lo que su mundo es como. Envíenme su dirección de correo electrónico o simplemente me e-mail a mschlags@yahoo.com y podemos compartir fácilmente fotos y es de esperar que incluso algunas recetas. Estoy realmente curioso en cuanto a lo que usted come todos los días. Lo que tienes en casa con su familia en ocasiones especiales y lo que usted cocine a la estación de bomberos. Independientemente de que usted comparte conmigo, voy a compartir con ustedes y viceversa.
Estoy esperando a hablar con usted más en el futuro. Hasta entonces, estar a salvo mi amigo.
Mike

PS: Estoy usando Google Translate para convertir el Inglés a Español. Dime si suena bien ...

At 7:24pm on August 11, 2008, Jim said…
Try uploading some apperatus pics when you get the chance. That will start alot of contact for you. Good luck to you with your career. Jim
At 7:17pm on August 11, 2008, Jim said…
Hello Guti, I just saw you have been in touch with Micheal Schlags. I am a fire rescue instructor on the other coast of the USA. I live in Winston-Salem , North Carolina. What is it like were you live. The city here has a population of about 190,000 and the county another 165,000. Winston FD has 19 engines, 1 rescue/ Hazmat, 1 Hazmat and 5 ladders/ platforms split into two batalion's. just sent an add. Stay safe. Jim
At 7:07pm on August 11, 2008, Lisa said…
Hello! I just wanted to say thank you for the friend request! I appreciate it...all the way from Spain to Canada, lol. Hope you had a great day!
At 5:22pm on August 11, 2008, Chan Rivera said…
hello from ny
At 4:23pm on August 11, 2008, Mike Schlags (Captain Busy) Retd said…
Hey Guti, Your english is just fine. Feel free to practice on me and I'll be more than happy to give you some pointers. Not to be naive, but in Spain, I'm assuming that you speak Spanish but is it the same spanish as what is spoken in South America / Mexico?
Let me know what you would like to know or what information you would like to have and I will put together some cool pix and data for you.
Until then, stay safe brother and thanks for adding me as a friend.
Mike from Santa Barbara, CA, USA
 
 
 

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