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water rescue tech training

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Muma Sep 1, 2008. 8 Replies

 

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joe replied to Mac Conant's discussion POV Car Show
"ok mac it has been a while but i moved from up in ct  to south carolina  where  my county has us run red and it has to be  on the roof to get the permit ,  so  on my 2010 dodge ram 1500 full four door 4x4 truck  i…"
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"i started  at(e.a) trumbull lodge #22  in new haven ct , (fellow craft and master mason )  at Indian land lodge #414 in  south carolina ,  one of the three best  groups to belong to in the world ,  1. the fire…"
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As Past Master I would like to extend my hand to all my brothers in the Fire Dept family and my Masonic Brothers.This page is a place for anyone in the masonic family to post greatings or comments. Hope to hear from you.2B1ask1See More
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Type of Organization
Fire/Rescue Department - Volunteer
Job Function
Lieutenant
Years in Fire/EMS:
16 in fire 5 in ems
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
shelton fire dept. C04
Years With Department/Agency
16
Other Past or Current Departments and Organizations
the best company in shelton was company 4 , where i am proud to say that i helped lead then for 9 years as a LT. the members make the officer and not the other way around .
My Training:
state of ct fire 1&2 ISO ICO MRT HAZmat ops
company training officer driver trainer
instructor 1
About Me:
3rd genaration firefighter currently Lt in volunteer fire dept . mrt in volunteer ems and drive tractor trailer for a small company. at about 20 years of exp. i am starting over now as a paid fire man for the county i live in.
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fireman
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Why I Joined Fire/EMS
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keeping volunteers in the fd how

Posted on April 10, 2008 at 9:40pm 4 Comments

ok folks i have been on here for a week or two and need some help. Iam the Lt. of the company in the dept. and need help to keep the people intrested, more important is how do i keep the younger guys that are 16 to 18 intrested . this is a problemm it seems that the ones that stay are few and far inbetween. so any thing is a help . thanks for the help .

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At 11:48am on July 12, 2008, Kurt Kamm said…
Joe- please ignore my message. Some members have determined it is an "ad". Not intended that way, but just forget it.
Kurt
At 7:34pm on July 11, 2008, Kurt Kamm said…
Hey Joe- 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. http://wffoundation.org/webstore/index.html.
You can see reviews from firefighters on my website
http://www.kurtkamm.com
Let me know what you think of it.
Thanks, stay safe – Kurt Kamm
kurt@OneFootInTheBlack.com
At 10:28pm on May 23, 2008, Nathan Smith said…
hey joe, i just read a discussion where you mentioned a magazine called "instor" do you have a web adress for it or know where i can find the magazine? thanks
nate
At 1:19am on April 20, 2008, justin said…
i saw that u got a leather for 150 where and how did u get that ?i want one but dont really wanna pay 450 for one. we have tradtionals but u can get them hot and all bent up like a leather hope to hear from you.
At 10:13pm on April 10, 2008, Engineco913 said…
If you need help on recruitment and retention of firefighters, Tiger is the man to talk to. Read through his blogs.

http://www.firefighternation.com/profiles/blog/list?user=Tiger5
At 12:04am on April 8, 2008, Michael tan said…
hi thanks for the comment about my blog. i really like the look of the leather helmet. even thou im not from the US. i use a morning pride helmet. it has a nice comfortable fit on the head but its heavy. thats why im asking if leather is better regards to protection and weight i plan to buy one. our department does not have any rules in what brand or type as long is NFPA approved. We are volunteers here we buy our own equipments. most of the equipments we have are already around 20yrs old hehehe. anyway thanks again. be safe always.
At 11:04am on April 2, 2008, Jerry Moore said…
just wont to say hi
At 8:36pm on April 1, 2008, Jim aka Bick said…
JUST DROPPING BY TO SAY WELCOME TO FFN. I AM SURE YOU WILL ENJOY THE SITE.YOU CAN ADD ME AS A FRIEND IF YOU WANT TO, AND BE SAFE OUT THERE
 
 
 

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