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
hello jen from down under i have just started collecting patches so far i have 3 to my collection and was wondering if you are able to help me out and send me 2 of your fire department patches for my collection stay safe sister and keep in contact hey i have just made a group called vertical rescue and urban search and rescue please join if you want
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How is Washington County these days? I'm an old member of Mt. Aetna (16) from the 1970's, and I still follow what's going on around Hagerstown. There are a few of the old-school at CRS (75) that I used to run with - Chief Chris Amos and Don Bolyard. I know John Bentley (Special Ops 20) when he was at CRS as well.
Sandy Trumpower from Mt. Aetna (Incident Command at the recent I-70 multi-vehicle pileup) is also an old acquaintence. I went to high school with her brother Jim.
Good luck and keep 13's area safe.
Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue
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.
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