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Profile Information

Lives in:
Warwick, RI
Department:
Providence Fire Department
Title/rank:
Captain
Years of public service:
23
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Morale
Professional Qualifications:
Columnist with Fire Engineering, EMS World and EMS 1
Topics you provide training for:
Writing
Areas of expertise:
Human Interest
Bio:
Michael Morse spent 23 years as a firefighter, Lieutenant and captain in the city of Providence, RI. He has written two popular books based on his experience and continues to provide articles for leading Fire/EMS publications. He lives in Warwick, RI with his wife, Cheryl, two Maine Coon cats and Mr. Wilson, their rescued dog, and subject of Morse's latest work, Mr. Wilson Makes it Home, available February, 2015
Web site:
http://rescuingprovidence.com

Michael Morse's Blog

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When we dream about fire, and fighting it, our packs are light, movement is easy, water is plentiful and the good guys win. Every time.



In reality, movement is slow, and labored, our bodies feel like they weigh a million pounds and the water clock ticks incessantly in our heads.



Being "in deep" isn't a big deal with a charged line in hand and help behind us, for it is that help that keeps us moving forward, going…

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Posted on March 27, 2014 at 4:13pm

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