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Michael T Rapcavage
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Michael T Rapcavage updated their profile
Mar 20, 2018
Michael T Rapcavage joined Mike Walker's group

High-Rise Fire Group

So many cities have High-Rise structures and the tactics used by various departments varies as much as the cities themselves. The group is designed to allow Metro-City and Big-City firefighters discuss this challenging aspect of our jobs.See More
Mar 20, 2018
Michael T Rapcavage joined International Society of Fire Service Instructors's group

Becoming a Better Instructor!

A group to discuss becoming a better instructors!
Mar 20, 2018
Michael T Rapcavage commented on Paul Combs's blog post HEARING, BUT NOT LISTENING
"Very well said Paul.One hour a day of any physical activity can help.Eating healthy and not smoking can also help.Drink a lot of water and keep yourself hydrated especially in the summer. Thanks for sharing"
May 11, 2012
WayneHosier and Michael T Rapcavage are now friends
Apr 9, 2009

Profile Information

Lives in:
Union Beach New Jersey
Union Beach Fire 1 Station 3 White Company
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Train like your life and your brothers life is depending on it.
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter 1
Fire Instructor 1
Topics you provide training for:
Our training Officers are the Best of the beach
Areas of expertise:
Engine company
I have been a member of Station 3 for 3 years .I come from a FDNY family (dad uncle,cousin) The guys in our company are the best When we get a job and i step on the rig i know im with the best bunch of guys and i would not hesitate to risk my life to help them or pull them out of danger .I would also like to thank my wife for her unselfish understanding of being a firefighter wife.

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At 2:46pm on December 29, 2008, Robert Woodhead said…
mike this is a great way to see and talk about new things
At 10:39am on August 13, 2008, Todd McKee said…
Welcome to the greatest training site in the WORLD. This is where the serious trainers come to learn and grow from each other. Feel free to take a look at the SECOND HazMat Group called HAZMAT TRAINING & NEWS. We would love to hear what you have to say. Todd McKee
At 11:42pm on August 12, 2008, Todd McKee said…
HeyBrother welcome to the Community

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