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    Firefighting Tactics

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    Firefighting tactics, like firefighting itself, has a history step in tradition but must also adapt to modern technology and science to stay relevant. Recently, fire research has provided the fire community with new tactics such as fire flow path, pencilling and transitional attack. While all three tactics have their merit, transitional attack has been shown to benefit both the firefighters and civilians in measurable ways. The first benefit transitional attack provides firefighters, is that it

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    Firefighting Career

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    Firefighting itself doesn’t require traveling except, from job to job. This job is available nationwide, so it gives you the decision as to where you would like to live. Where ever your station is effects the benefits you’ll receive for this job, because it varies from city to city. For example: in Lynchburg, VA the benefits consists of Vacation leaves, paid holidays sick leave personal leave and health and dental insurance are a few of the numerous benefits that are given. Through the firefighting

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    ability to save someone’s life. Even though firefighters do save peoples lives’ daily that is not the only thing they do day in and day out. Firefighting is physically demanding job. However; to get where the fire company is today has taken a lot. Being able to trace firefighting back to the Roman days, all the way to understanding the beginning of colonial firefighting, and how African American males were able to join the department.Along with the struggles of the men in the field then woman faced trying

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    Firefighting

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    Pursuing the career of firefighting can be a very rewarding experience, however being a home town hero and saving lives is not always an easy task. Firefighters have to be ready for anything at any time whether it be responding to a car accident or a structure fire; they have to be prepared. Firefighters also have to have the ability to handle stress as well as have strong physical capabilities. In Ontario, there are many testing processes that aspiring firefighters have to take part in before they

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    Firefighting Career

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    Firefighting is an excellent job to have as a career. Not all firefighters select the profession as a career. Most are members of volunteer departments, totaling 69% of the firefighter population. The rest have earned a career with paid departments. Being a firefighter myself, I know what the profession entails. Firefighting is filled with brotherhood, physical fitness, risk, and achievement. The comradery with the men and women in the fire service is very unique. Everyone serving is considered

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    Dalton G. Smith K. Gorritz English 4 P4 5 Oct 2017 Firefighting, 2 Con’s, 1 Pro Firefighting is a profession that can weigh heavily on a person 's emotional and mental well being, as well as their physical health, yet be rewarding at the same time. The first ever city fire department in the world was started in Edinburgh, Scotland,in 1824. It was called the Edinburgh Fire Engine Company and led by James Braidwood. The London Fire Engine Company was the next one established in London, England in

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    Firefighting then and now, there has been many changes throughout the fire industry from clothing to protective equipment and breathing apparatus but it started with the Roman emperor Augustus and the bucket lines to put out fires, to state of the art fire trucks. That can hold thousands of gallons of water. Firefighting then and now, firemen dated all the way back to 24 BC. “The Roman emperor Augustus is credited with instituting a corps of fire- fighting vigils (“Watchmen”) in 24 BC”. He

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    FireFighting Occupational Career This is an occupational research paper about firefighting the here are some things to consider when taking apart of this career. First off when you're choosing this career they're has to be some reasons for choosing this career such as this career is very interesting to some people and for people who like a lot of physical work, outdoor work and improving your mental health and physical health. In this career there is a lot of employment in this career but it is

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    While people recognize that firefighting is a treacherous job, several assume that the prevalent risks of the occupation are casualties on the scenes of accidents and fires. Although mishaps are a source of deaths in the field of firefighting, they are far from being the only hazard. With firefighters being involved in high-stress situations along with being in structures filled with smoke, a few of the most frequent risks are heart attacks as well as other diseases dealing with smoke and chemical

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    Firefighting My Passion

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    Firefighting My Passion Have you ever thought about the extremely harsh conditions that the firefighters from today experience. And the fact that every time they suit up they know that they are about to risk their lives for someone else. Well for my career I know that I want to do this for someone else. During my lifetime it’s been my dream to be a firefighter. And there pay doesn’t seem too bad either. The average pay for a firefighter is around $49,330.(This information was gathered from Infohio)

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