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How old is your Department
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Debora R. Lewis Mar 11, 2009.

Cutters Edge Saw
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Started this discussion. Last reply by kevin ryan Feb 18, 2009.

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At 11:03pm on February 9, 2009, Michael Vito said…
He Brad,

Thanks for dropping by. Oh sorry, Actually, I'm a Fire Officer-in-charge. Volunteers here don't hold rank so my title is an OIC designation, or same equivalent to your captain. I'm going to change my profile picture ASAP. The helmet is not mine. The picture was taken long ago, I tried it on that particular helmet because he is the only kind of helmet in our area. Sorry about that.

About the T-shirt, I think it will take some time. I've just traded mine already to one of the great gentleman at SoCal two months ago. Sending a t-shirt might be expensive at my end. I'll let you know if I have a budget and would love too Brad. Thanks and God Bless ! Mike
At 8:11pm on January 25, 2009, Tim Zehnder said…
Brad, how are things in Idaho? I spent 2 years on the Payette stationed in Warren. Loved my time there and try and go back every year for a week to hunt or snomobile. You will love this site a lot of gret people and information flowing every whear. Stay Safe

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