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does anyone have any good training material for teaching the importance of tradition to new recruits?? looking for a presentation that can be used in numerours fire department settings.

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Go buy Rick Lasky's "pride and Ownership" and that will get you going.
Hello , I am the author of the book entitled Fireman's Headgear in America from 1658 to 1918 .Lots of pictures ,stories ans anecdotes.

please log on www.firehelmetbook.com if you have any questions , please let me know

Best regards Martin
THANKS!!!

Marnie Price said:
Here is a version of the History of The Fire Service powerpoint in a version compatible with 97-2003. Hope this works for you! Marnie Price KTF
Hi. My grandfather is a volunteer firefighter for 55 years. For me, hear their stories and their long road is the best way to learn tradition and honor of being a firefighter. Listen to our former colleagues and learn from them. We built our own history, this is a profession, but first of all there is pride and honor.
Pride and Ownership
The slide show was great! Enough to wet my appetite for more. Thank you so much.

Marnie Price said:
Hi Brandon! I have an entire powerpoint presentation that is on the history of the fire service. I created it while in ed. meth. class. When the word got out what I had done, I have since been asked to present it to surrounding fire departments in our area. I am glad to share it with anyone who wants to pass the tradition of our fire service on! You can change anything that you wish to fit your own needs. Hope it helps, brother!

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