"You have got to be in shape, sure you can know every sweet spot in a tool and can manouever each thing, but upper body weight is a heart attack risk. Trust me, I fight the battle EVERY day and do not get a break weight loss maintenance is a pain in…"
This is the group dedicated to the glue that holds "Pride and Ownership" together - tradition! We'll be talking about historic fires, important dates in fire history, and why we do things the way we do. .See More
This group is dedicated to giving general answers to your legal questions. The forum is hosted by experts in fire service law throughout the nation. Attorneys will respond to issues posted on this site.See More
This is where we can share pictures of scenes or pre-plans that you would consider unique for Hazardous Materials. This will be a class at FDIC 2009 and I would like to share your stories and pictures at that time.See More
This group is for people who are interested in determining the actual cause of the fire at the Beverly Hills fire in Southgate, Kentucky on May 28th, 1977 where 165 died. Club employees will talk here about the the real possibility of arson.See More
I have an education background, but I am deeply considering the topic of going back to school. My interests are in forensics, forensic photography, and tested strongest in law enforcement, law, and the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields. I have a fastidious attention to detail, pedantic in nature, finding patterns in situation, and love to analyze situations. I am a bit of a shy lab rat, and am interested in puzzle solving and challenges found in laboratories and in the field that can translate over to the Fire Service (ATF/ or the Fire Marshall's office) in the area of arson/fire investigation, and want to connect with others with similar interests (and across the board). Am willing to relocate...
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