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I had the privilege of going through a smoke reading class with a great teacher of mine and friend capt. miller with the Salisbury NC,FD.I believe he got the concept from the FDIC convention this…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shan Raffel Apr 6, 2011.


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Station 57
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Training,Public ed,Pre plans
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I'm new to the fire service and currently still in rookie school.I started late in life an now i love it so much i regret not doing it sooner but at 37 i feel i still have plenty to offer to the department and the public.Open to learning as much as i can.

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At 6:01pm on October 1, 2009, John Cannon said…
about 8 more weeks to go in rookie school..loving it..we have a really good class with a lot of great teachers.....
At 9:18pm on September 6, 2009, John Cannon said…
had a great day...rookie school is going well...salisbury has a great program with teachers that have a lot of knowledge...i am truly a student of the fire service an will be throughout my career...
At 8:59pm on September 5, 2009, randy culbertson said…
ay man im n ur class at rccc add me
At 10:39pm on August 31, 2009, John Cannon said…
had some good training tonight on d/o pump evolutions.did well just have to remember to slow down an not get tunnel vision.i'm still a rookie

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