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This article may have already been passed around a lot but I think it is important, and if 1 person has not seen it then that’s to many http://www.bostonherald.com/news/regional/view/2011_1215he_was_so_brave_11-year-old_admirer_defies_father_to_attend_worcester_jakes_wake/srvc=home&position=0 The next time you do not want to go to the gym, ...

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How We Search: Commercial Occupancies

  Commercial occupancies are often hugely debated when it comes to several fire service topics. Search is no different. For the purposes of this discussion a “Commercial Occupancy” is any building that is not a residential occupancy. It can be a ...

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What about the other part?

For a while now there have been blogs, articles, and talk detailing the reasons we should search. These articles specifically focus on the argument on wethere to enter or not enter “vacant” properties. These articles are thrown at you every ...

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I know I put this video up last year, but it really is my favorite Thanksgiving firehouse scene. It truly embodies the spirit, and brotherhood that should be prevalent in EVERY firehouse in the world. Sadly that’s not the case, but ...

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I have been reading a lot lately about job dedication, and dedication to the fire service. While I agree with a lot of the things people have been saying I cannot help but think that there has to be something ...

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I just wanted to say a quick thanks to all the people out there that continue to read the site and follow along on Twitter. When I first started this thing it was honestly out of sheer frustration. I was ...

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