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My Big Move!

I make my big move to the east coast this Friday. I am really excited, but at the same time nervous to venture out of what I call "Home". I am moving to Prince Georges County, MD. Specifically as a "live-in" Firefighter/EMT with the Laurel Vol. Rescue Squad Company 49. It was a decision I decided to make a few months ago. I wanted to gain to experience and saw my chance. They run a Rescue-Engine, Squad, Ambulance and a Dive unit mostly volunteer. They run about 6,000 calls out of one station. I… Continue

Added by Rob Cannon on January 29, 2009 at 1:00am — 3 Comments

Lost Generation...

Great short film! Just take a look at it.



When watching, think about some of the current "Bring Me Down" Leadership & Management.



Then, once it's over take the time to think about our current issues and perception?











Stay Safe - Be… Continue

Added by Rob Cannon on January 26, 2009 at 1:00pm — 2 Comments

Midwest Freeze

To all the fellow brothers in the mid section,

Be careful tonight, we're in for 20 below zero temps with wind chills near 40 below tonight! Water freezes faster and our muscles tighten up exceptionally fast in this type of weather! Take it easy and do some stretches today to keep in shape. Call for manpower if needed!

Take Care and Stay Safe,
-Rob

Added by Rob Cannon on January 15, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments

Fellow Brothers...

I am writing this blog for all everyone to get to know who I am and what my experiences are and where I am going in the fire service. Feel free to message me any advice... I want to learn and never stop!



Well I am from Northern Illinois, born and raised. I grew up like many families, mom,dad and siblings. my mom knew I destined to for the fire service when I was 5 years old when we tookt he first trip to the fire station. I climbed on every piece asked every typical question a 5 yeat… Continue

Added by Rob Cannon on January 12, 2009 at 7:29pm — 3 Comments

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