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Jarrod Sergi posted a blog post

Keep Your Eyes on the Line

I wanted to take a few minutes of your time to talk about the obligation of the company officer. Today I wanted to reinforce the importance of keeping your eyes on the line. The line in our fire service is often times used in reference to the street, the station, the everyday operations that we are involved in. You may have heard phrases such as: I can’t wait to get back on the line. Meaning, I can’t wait to get back to my station and go to work. Many company officers have goals to reach past…See More
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The First Twenty posted a blog post

Trust and Respect is All We Need

Being trusted that you can do your job when it counts is more important than being liked.As firefighters, the responsibility before us is great, as we are given automatic trust the day we take the oath. It’s a trust that has been built by all those who have come before us. They earned it by showing up and doing their job without hesitation or second guessing. They put the work in daily so that they could perform when needed.…See More
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Keep Your Eyes on the Line

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Trust and Respect is All We Need

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Video: Competition heats up as Macon-Bibb firefighters try out for

Firefighters are used to training, they train to save lives. But this time, they’re training for a different reason, to take a spot on the 2018 Middle Georgia Firefighter Calendar.

Video: Kids Fire Academy in Biloxi

Over a dozen kids are learning life-saving skills during week two of the Biloxi Fire Kids Academy Camp. These include CRP training, plus getting a look at how firefighters quickly dress themselves with turnout and hazmat gear. These future firefighters also learned about their own heartbeat, as well as the different aspects of being a firefighter. Campers tell News 25 they have gained appreciation for everything firefighters do within our community. Camper Brian Parker said, “You only see the cover of the book. You only see firefighters as going on calls, going to fires, but they do a lot more than that. They go on calls for elderly. They go on calls for infants. They go on calls for anyone that needs help. They go on anything and everything.” This is the second week for the Biloxi Fire Kids Academy Camp. Last week, the campers learned how to use fire extinguishers, use a hose, and crawl through a smoke filled house.


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