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At 6:24pm on November 28, 2011, MrC_EMTest2005 said…

Hey Chief, 


did you ever consider making firefighternation and app for the smartphones?so we can access the site from our blackberry's, iphone's etc,

At 3:06pm on October 23, 2011, Alvin Gonzalez said…

Hi Dave, Thank you for all you do and for keeping this great site going. I read that you've been in the fire service, since age 12. That's great, not too many can say that they have fulfilled their childhood dreams. Take care and be safe!


At 9:28pm on April 24, 2011, joseph verneer said…
wow wow cool !!!thanks for sharing ;-)
At 6:52pm on March 29, 2011, Mike Schlags (Captain Busy) Retd said…

You can't tell me that you wouldn't just love having FFN coffee cups. And please note that these cups are made using 100% recycled materials because the FFN care about the environment... or something like that.

Your friend, CBz
At 9:15am on February 8, 2011, lisa said…
hey do e a favore and close my page down
due to a small department and no one listening to concerns i quit my department last night

lisa bennett
stay safe
At 11:37pm on December 22, 2010, mostafa said…
"To all the friends Merry Holiday"
At 9:06pm on November 26, 2010, Kimber Valentine said…
Hello Chief , I hope you had a delightful holiday!. I was wondering who was our on-line fire chaplin?. if we don't have one I would like to volunteer. If we do have one I would love to work with that person. If there is anything you need me to do, please feel free to contact me . Grace & peace FF#47- Kimber
At 3:56am on October 2, 2010, slyvia said…
Nice To Meet You,
My name is Miss slyvia koneh, As I whisper my prayer tonight and went into search for a nice friend at I came across your contact,My mind and my heart told me to contact you for friendship, A friend who truly understand his or her friend and share their feelings together. please kindly accept my request, I believe that distance or age can never be a barrier but let's love connect us because love is a bridge that connected far distance to be close to each other, I will send my pictures to you immediately i receive your reply at my email address
yours In Love,
At 3:06pm on September 6, 2010, Kathy Williams said…
Hi Chief, Can you please tell me how to find all the messages I've sent out. I've looked in my Sent file and I think Firefighternation deletes things after a certain number of months because messages that I sent to and from a male fire fighter in Russia (I think it was) are not there. I sent this fellow several messages and he sent me some, so I can't understand why I can't find them. Thanks. Kathy Williams, Ontario Canada.
At 10:55am on August 14, 2010, Steve Austin said…
Glad to be hear Dave. Please add Fire Police as a profile choice. I have a complex about being an "other".
At 12:28pm on July 23, 2010, Fireyladd - Chief Sharp said…
Welcome back Chief
At 12:22pm on July 5, 2010, Al Mozingo said…
Here's the whole article - maybe you can use it on the front page?


Let me know it you got it okay. ?

At 12:19pm on July 5, 2010, Al Mozingo said…
Can you use this? Because of the amount of characters I had to leave some out ... I will send it as an attachment.

By Al Mozingo

It has been said over the years that “we need heroes.” We tend to choose people in the public eye that are actors, athletics, or someone who have wealth and power. The criteria we use today are the rich and famous. Is that really the criteria we should have to choosing our own personal hero? Choosing someone because of his or her position in life or because they have wealth and power is neglecting the higher virtues. We should be more concern with who the person is in his or her heart, focused on someone’s character more than anything else.

The transition from the word hero now to leader is the paradigm change I want you to make in your mind. Who are true leaders in our country? Those that are very skillful politicians? No! Those that throw their weight around because they have wealth and power? No. Those that are adept in auguring and talk louder and more passionately than others? No!

How about those who stand on principles? Those who instead of negativity, strive to have a good outlook, strive to see hope, not despair. Those who want truth and justice to reign. Those who are people of integrity, people of high character, people who “walk the talk.” People of courage in their convictions!

The book Profiles in Courage by John F. Kennedy was originally published in 1956. So what have we seen change over the last 50 years? Are the lessons in courage still relevant today? If you haven’t read this Pulitzer Prize winner by one of our former Presidents of the United States, you should. Below I am going to give a brief overview of some of the thoughts from JKF in his famous book Profiles in Courage.

At 10:02am on May 14, 2010, Al Mozingo said…
I am glad to see The Welve Points being featured. Thanks - Al
At 11:14pm on March 28, 2010, Palmyra Chief Donaghey said…
Chief could you tell me how I can change my password if I have forgot it. I would like to get active again but my brain seems to be slipping. Old age ?.....can the web master e mail it to me? Thanks.
At 6:33pm on December 30, 2009, Fireyladd - Chief Sharp said…
Welcome back Chief
At 6:50pm on December 24, 2009, STEVE HUTCHERSON said…
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At 10:56pm on November 22, 2009, Fireyladd - Chief Sharp said…
Welcome back. Hey is really bad when the WEB CHIEF gets bounced! Thanks for all you do.
At 7:14am on November 9, 2009, Alex, Ossendorf said…
Hey Chief what up??
check out my video please.

i have a longer version but i can´t upload it! Do u know why??

stay safe

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