My name is Bradley Hough and I am a fire explorer in Cherokee County. You spoke to my explorer group last fall. I read your Book and it gave me some tremendous learning experience that I have brought to my Explorer post. That book has driven my passion, love, and pride for the fire service! Thank you for writing it!
i just wanted to say thank you for writing Pride and Ownership and letting me look into your mind. i recently read the book and the whole time my heart was racing.i could literally feel the fire inside me growing.recently my dept has been stagnant and i presented some ideas from the book and from FDIC and i got a really good response and now we are all trying to get moving again . thank you so much
Chief, I wanted to say that i watched your Video on Pride and intergrty on You tube it was sent to me and i passed onto my officers , it's because people like you that people like myself are becoming better leaders.
Hey Chief!! Have you missed me? LOL Hope all is well with you and yours. Haven't gotten to touch bases with you in awhile. Is there any way you would be willing to share your SOG on high rise fires with me? Chief Watts has delegated that to me and I would like to see several good ones and get an idea on what ours needs. Send it to email@example.com if you don't mind. Don't forget your sister from North Carolina!! One of these days Doug and I are coming to Lewisville to see you!! Until then, stay safe brother!!
Hi Chief I would like to start by saying thank you for the inspiration you have brought to my carer and the fire service as a whole. Im writing in hope that you may be able to give me some guidance, I was asked to give a speech for Memorial day. To say the least I have horrible writers block and cant even think of a way to write this in a way that pays remembrance to our depts fallen brothers but at the same time not disregard our veterans. Any words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated.
I wanted to thank you for doing that little favor. He's lookin' up. I also wanted to thank you for the chapter you wrote in the new Fire Engineering FF 1 and 2 Handbook. That is an awesome text and your contribution in the beginning was great. Its about time someone stated, at the very beginning, what a firefighter should keep at the front of his or her career. Those values. Thanks for doing that.
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