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Posted: 12/27/2001 11:33:37 PM EDT
Sukbe had a good idea for LEO's lets see all those FF/EMS personal out there.
Link Posted: 12/27/2001 11:43:07 PM EDT
Me,Firefighter for 15yrs Emt-8yrs NHRA safety safri Federal moguel Div.4 rescue H Race Park crash&rescue crew haz-mat cert. Hurst jaws master cert. Fire I Fire II High angle rescue Con. space search & rescue Resuce diver Body & vech. recovery diver and so on
Link Posted: 12/27/2001 11:47:35 PM EDT
Me: Paramedic/Lieutenant FDNY 14 years on the Job. FF I FF II ACLS/PALS Certified Hurst Operator Confined Space Rescue Heavy Rescue Haz/Mat Tech NBC Terrorism EMS Technician And the list goes on and on...
Link Posted: 12/28/2001 12:16:16 AM EDT
Me, Paramedic since 2000 Before that Emergency Room for 4 years With the level of industry in our area HazMat and confined space rescue is a skill we all have. On the waiting list for advanced PTHLS and PALS
Link Posted: 12/28/2001 12:28:26 AM EDT
FF-EMTP 18 yrs (5 as a medic) FFI FFII PHTLS BTLS ACLS PALS PEPP Aerial Operator Cert. RS1 Haz Mat Tiller Cert. AEIOU EIEIO Etc.
Link Posted: 12/28/2001 6:14:00 AM EDT
Link Posted: 12/28/2001 9:33:53 PM EDT
Yea John's cool,he runs hard,but all the nitro carskeep us on our toes. Yes, she is very hot but has a attitude problem.and her husband is huge but i bet he doesnt have a ar15 and i DO! LOL
Link Posted: 12/29/2001 3:27:54 AM EDT
PD / FD / and 911 EMS dispatcher .. 2yrs
Link Posted: 12/29/2001 3:44:51 AM EDT
FF- 8yrs EMT- 6yrs Dispatcher- 1.5yrs Hurst Hazmat Ops/incident command FF 1,2 Airport Space shuttle egress certified
Link Posted: 12/30/2001 4:46:30 PM EDT
Paramedic 7-years EMT-Tactical ACLS Instructer PHTLS PALS NRP ETC, ETC.... [NEWBIE]
Link Posted: 12/30/2001 6:52:20 PM EDT
Link Posted: 12/30/2001 7:14:30 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Striker: Okay Kuiper..are you going to translate all these lists of ABC's?[;)]
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FF= Firefighter (the number that follows is your level of certification.) ACLS= Advancewd Cardiac Life Support PALS= Pediatric Advanced Life Support HAZMAT= Hazardous Materials NBC= Nuclear, Biological, Chemical PHTLS= Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support AEIOU= Vowels EIEIO= Old Macdonald's Farmmedic!
Link Posted: 12/30/2001 7:40:23 PM EDT
NYC EMS EMT (Pre FDNY EMS) Brooklyn=911 Taxi Sta 33(KCH) 33E3 32A2 31C2 92-96 If you own a Code 3 NYC EMS (not FDNY EMS)Ambulance that's my bus! Vehicle 304/31C and they even put the Calvin and Hobbes sticker on the left side of the module just like my bus! Medic Nassau County Police Dept 96-Present Nassau County Police Academy Staff 8/97-1/00 NYS Bureau of Municipal Police General Topics Instructor/Instructor Evaluator Mountain Bike For Patrol Officer Cert and ACLS PALS And since we're throwing up all the goodies USNR Corpsman Petty Officer 3rd Class/HM3/FMF 2nd Batt/25th Marines Garden City NY Lead Petty Officer Weapons Co. (Just means I am responsible for the coodination of medical support of USMC personnel of the Weapons Co.) The # classification for Field Medical technician is 8404, hence my screen name. Who knows, I may have to edit this to add more! Sherm
Link Posted: 12/30/2001 7:53:50 PM EDT
Link Posted: 12/30/2001 8:01:26 PM EDT
C.V.F.D #4 19 yrs ast bat chief 2+ yrs capt 6 yrs lt 8 yrs incident command heavy rescue wild fire cold water ice rescue rope rescue ff 1a American LeFance aerial ect ect ect. Paul
Link Posted: 12/30/2001 9:20:51 PM EDT
Firefighter/Paramedic ACLS BTLS PHTLS PALS Advanced Surgical Airway Extrication ect, ect........
Link Posted: 12/31/2001 12:32:54 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/31/2001 1:30:48 PM EDT by LtMac313]
EIEIO!! LOL!
Originally Posted By sherm8404: NYC EMS EMT (Pre FDNY EMS) Brooklyn=911 Taxi Sta 33(KCH) 33E3 32A2 31C2 92-96
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I was on 35W1 during your tenure with us!
If you own a Code 3 NYC EMS (not FDNY EMS)Ambulance that's my bus! Vehicle 304/31C and they even put the Calvin and Hobbes sticker on the left side of the module just like my bus!
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I do, and the FDNY Ambulance 122 is 19B assigned to my old home BN17 in the south Bronx. It is the rebuilt quarters of E68, and relocated Ogden Outpost.
Link Posted: 12/31/2001 2:37:23 PM EDT
Career Fire Lt/Parmedic 9 years Vol Fire 11 years (4 prior to paid) FF1,2 & 3 Ladder Operator Haz Mat Responder BTLS ACLS Rope 1,2 & 3 Trench Vehichle Extrication Tech PTLS CPR Inst. ???? there're more I think but who really gives a rats *SS about certifications.
Link Posted: 1/1/2002 9:03:55 AM EDT
3rd generation career firefighter on the job 13 years in Indpls, IN. EMT, Haz Mat Tech, Water Rescue, Heavy Rescue Certified, Rope Rescue 1&2, SCBA Tech, etc, etc, etc.... Too many damm certs to list. It's not the certifications that always count, its your performance on the job. There are too many people out there that have all kinds of certifications, but not a clue what to do on the street. Of course you will always find those guys that need to inflate their ego, have all kinds of certs, think they know what to do and are in charge. They are the ones that just scew evereything up when they get to the scene. There are only three people that you can count on when things get bad. Yourself, a good partner and God. Everyone stay safe.
Link Posted: 1/1/2002 10:43:36 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Gyro: 3rd generation career firefighter on the job 13 years in Indpls, IN. EMT, Haz Mat Tech, Water Rescue, Heavy Rescue Certified, Rope Rescue 1&2, SCBA Tech, etc, etc, etc.... Too many damm certs to list. It's not the certifications that always count, its your performance on the job. There are too many people out there that have all kinds of certifications, but not a clue what to do on the street. Of course you will always find those guys that need to inflate their ego, have all kinds of certs, think they know what to do and are in charge. They are the ones that just scew evereything up when they get to the scene. There are only three people that you can count on when things get bad. Yourself, a good partner and God. Everyone stay safe.
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Very well put GYRO!!!!!!
Link Posted: 1/1/2002 11:09:47 AM EDT
ME: Firefighter/paramedic 10 years ACLS Rope I Structural collapse Instructor Happiness is Osama in hell with no bunker gear!
Link Posted: 1/1/2002 11:41:01 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/1/2002 11:53:10 AM EDT by Whistlepig]
OK, I'll bite: Another Virginia Firefighter! FirefighterED should recognize some of these[:)] Volunteer: for 9 yrs Paid: Total of 1 year and still going, 24 more years to go FF 1,2,3 Fire Instructor 1,2,3 Numerous Accrediations (FF Train-the-trainers, the instructor parts arent any good unless you have had the TTT classes to be able to teach the classes...go figure) EMT-B HeliTac/Medivac ground support EVOC Level 1-4 Pumper Ops Aerial Ops Wildland/Urban Interface Vehicle Rescue Confined Space Trench Rescue Ropes 1,2 NFA Terrorism Response HazMat Awareness, Ops, and Tech (1,2,3) Fire Attack 1,2 LP Gas Emergencies NFA Incident command NFA Engine Company Management Just in case anyone is wondering: EVOC: Emergency Vehicle Ops Course Levels: 1: Basic vehicles IE cars, pickups 2: Ambulances 3: All heavy trucks, including pumpers, straight ladders and towers, tankers 4: Tractor Drawn Ladders 5: Crash Fire Rescue (Airport) apparatus I think thats about it. The Whistlepig [i]Edited to fix the right icon.[/i]
Link Posted: 1/1/2002 11:47:30 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Gyro: 3rd generation career firefighter on the job 13 years in Indpls, IN. EMT, Haz Mat Tech, Water Rescue, Heavy Rescue Certified, Rope Rescue 1&2, SCBA Tech, etc, etc, etc.... Too many damm certs to list. It's not the certifications that always count, its your performance on the job. There are too many people out there that have all kinds of certifications, but not a clue what to do on the street. Of course you will always find those guys that need to inflate their ego, have all kinds of certs, think they know what to do and are in charge. They are the ones that just scew evereything up when they get to the scene. There are only three people that you can count on when things get bad. Yourself, a good partner and God. Everyone stay safe.
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Very well put. But do not forget that the way we train will be the way we react in an emergency. Neither 'street smarts' nor training alone will help you (or your victim/aided/patient) It is a combination of these two things added with the common sense that God gave (or failed to give) you that will see you through to a successful resolution of the emergency. STAY SAFE and LOW!
Link Posted: 1/1/2002 11:51:16 AM EDT
Originally Posted By FirefighterEd:
Originally Posted By Gyro: 3rd generation career firefighter on the job 13 years in Indpls, IN. EMT, Haz Mat Tech, Water Rescue, Heavy Rescue Certified, Rope Rescue 1&2, SCBA Tech, etc, etc, etc.... Too many damm certs to list. It's not the certifications that always count, its your performance on the job. There are too many people out there that have all kinds of certifications, but not a clue what to do on the street. Of course you will always find those guys that need to inflate their ego, have all kinds of certs, think they know what to do and are in charge. They are the ones that just scew evereything up when they get to the scene. There are only three people that you can count on when things get bad. Yourself, a good partner and God. Everyone stay safe.
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Very well put GYRO!!!!!!
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I totally agree! Looking back, I do have a ton of certs, but that doesnt mean anymore than the paper that they are wrote on. I have met folks from the largest of cities that have no clue(one comes to mind recently where a career Lt from a large city here in Va once told me that his truck even carried a 5" diameter HAND nozzle (and those around here thats used 5" lines know they are pretty much an above ground alaskian pipeline) for those really big fires, and he knew his guys could carry and handle it....when asked for him to show it, it was sorta out of service???) Yet I have met folks that had to pencil the lettering in on their trucks, had no clue what SCBA was, and hydrants? What were they? And these guys had more respect for one another, for their trucks, and could find more ingenouis to fight fires than I could ever think. We come from all walks of life, I am just glad to be part of the family! The Whistlepig
Link Posted: 1/1/2002 11:56:38 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/6/2002 9:42:38 PM EDT by fyrftr]
11 years East Lansing Fire Dept FF I FF II 19 years Paramedic Tactical Medic Cert. ACLS BLS Instructor Haz Mat Tech (I,II,III) Advanced Rope Rescue Confined Space Rescue Tech Trench Rescue Structural Collapse Dive cert. Ice Rescue Aerial Driver Pumper Cert. OTJ Riot training (Home of MSU!) Tim
Link Posted: 1/9/2002 7:38:36 PM EDT
just a lowly dive cert emt. quit until i finnish my bs
Link Posted: 1/9/2002 9:14:06 PM EDT
Add another F.Capt to the board.
Link Posted: 1/10/2002 4:56:26 PM EDT
Hey Mac u don't love me anymore. Hows things at BN17 Marc Weinstein FDNY/EMSC LT-Paramedic all that good stuff ACLS/PALS/HAZMAT/ETC.ETC
Link Posted: 1/10/2002 5:02:51 PM EDT
Mac forgot ur not at BN17 anymore Im still ot LODI had my neck operation 2 more to go. Think Ill get my 3/4?
Link Posted: 1/13/2002 6:43:10 PM EDT
13 year career Lieutenant/Firefighter/Paramedic with Palm Beach Fire Rescue. Too many certs to list here and too damn boring to read anyway. Curriculum Vitae available on request. God Bless our fallen Brothers and their families. Stay safe out there, Clay
Link Posted: 1/13/2002 10:25:41 PM EDT
8 yrs. HAZMAT EMT INVESTIGATOR COOK DADDY SHIFT CLOWN MARATHON WEIGHT TRAINING SEEFOOD DIET
Link Posted: 1/14/2002 11:33:45 AM EDT
Link Posted: 1/29/2002 5:28:16 AM EDT
Just a rookie uncertified volunteer (paid-on-call) here. But I've got my ears and eyes wide open, run pretty fast, and do as I'm told.
Link Posted: 1/29/2002 4:50:11 PM EDT
20 year vet with Lauderhill Fire Rescue in south Florida. Captain/Firefighter/Paramedic. IDPA, USPSA and 3-Gun. NRA life member Stephen G
Link Posted: 1/29/2002 6:37:57 PM EDT
Today I find out that if you FDNY or EMS guys didn't sign for a physical. The one related to breathing mostly the 31st is the last day. You will be SHit out of luck if anything happens to you. Now it seems no one was telling anyone in Communication and also alot of FF.Since I'm on LODI not a mention to me from any one. I found out through a friend I work ed with on the MTTF back aways. Do any FDNY/EMS/PD anyone know the deal. I aint even started with my breathing ,site hearing yet. I just want my 2 other operations and let me out of this PAIN I deal with. The nightmares are getting worse and real with the Shit I'm seeing. GOD WHY COULDN"T I save someone. Why were there so many body parts. I am asshammed throwing parts all around instead of compioleing what I found. SHIT GUYS I fucked up. I had no control for awhile. I cant stand watching those people disapear under those slabs of steel. PLEASE GOD FOR GIVE ME FOR not running in Fast enough. I must have been a Coward. NEVER leave yor buddies behind is all that goes through my head. CARLOS I LOVE YOU I WANT TO FIND YOU> WHEN I CAN WALK PROPER I WELL FIND YOU I PROMICE tHE LETTER TO YOUR CHILDREN WILL BE WRITTEN GIVGEN TO RALPH ORTIZE For you all.I can't believe I couldn't find him before the building 7 came down on me
Link Posted: 1/30/2002 8:08:43 AM EDT
5 years full time EMT, Have finished the paramedic course and internship but have to finish a couple general ed classes to get my AS degree (required for paramedic in Oregon).
Link Posted: 1/31/2002 4:00:21 PM EDT
edpmedic, Check your mail brother. Kuiper
Link Posted: 2/7/2002 10:57:47 AM EDT
Engineer/EMT with 8 years in the service. Extrication Tech High Angle HazMat Level A certified Water Rescue/Diver Wildland FF cert. and on.....and on........ 556mm
Link Posted: 2/9/2002 3:57:56 PM EDT
NFD City of Newburgh Fire Department NY. 3 years. Best job in the world!!!!
Link Posted: 2/9/2002 4:08:33 PM EDT
Well guys, I haven't switched over to structure yet, but plan on it in the next couple years. Smokejumper, (both US Forest Service and currently Bureau of Land Management) Helicopter Crewmember Crewboss Type IV IC Faller Climber Fixed Wing Parking Tender Tool/Equipment Specialist Ignition Specialist
Link Posted: 2/10/2002 12:20:52 PM EDT
Hello, 11 years federal firefighter. Currently a member of Salt Lake Helitack, BLM. FFT1 CRWBT HRAP ICT4T HECM HEMGT
Link Posted: 2/21/2002 12:37:12 PM EDT
MICT (Kansas Paramedic) for 5 years. Alphabet soup of certs. Volunteer Firefighter for 12 years.
Link Posted: 2/24/2002 2:22:18 AM EDT
Originally Posted By 5150sWife: PD / FD / and 911 EMS dispatcher .. 2yrs
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hate to say it but I will on the job means in the shit,,sure it takes all types ie support..but please lets draw the line ,,if your not in the shit,,your not on the job,,,fuk what is killing this country(political correctness and no not everyone gets the brass ring,,tough shit)
Link Posted: 2/24/2002 2:48:05 AM EDT
Originally Posted By sherm8404: NYC EMS EMT (Pre FDNY EMS) Brooklyn=911 Taxi Sta 33(KCH) 33E3 32A2 31C2 92-96 If you own a Code 3 NYC EMS (not FDNY EMS)Ambulance that's my bus! Vehicle 304/31C and they even put the Calvin and Hobbes sticker on the left side of the module just like my bus! Medic Nassau County Police Dept 96-Present Nassau County Police Academy Staff 8/97-1/00 NYS Bureau of Municipal Police General Topics Instructor/Instructor Evaluator Mountain Bike For Patrol Officer Cert and ACLS PALS And since we're throwing up all the goodies USNR Corpsman Petty Officer 3rd Class/HM3/FMF 2nd Batt/25th Marines Garden City NY Lead Petty Officer Weapons Co. (Just means I am responsible for the coodination of medical support of USMC personnel of the Weapons Co.) The # classification for Field Medical technician is 8404, hence my screen name. Who knows, I may have to edit this to add more! Sherm
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MOUNTAIN BIKE! GOD ALMIGHTY! MOUNTAINS ON LONG ISLAND! YOU DUMB FUK I GOT YOUR NUMBER<>I smell pogue,,garden City ,,holy dog shit,,,,let me make a couple of phone calss,,I smell fat rear in the gear porker,,and a\not the Marines,,,gotta be a vollie,yoo shit for brain whats your name,,cause ya sound like a pathetic vollie,,,and ya know what,,,,your a pig..you make me want to puke,,but wait,,hey weren't you at the WTC...Hey ya did you no treat the multiltude and the and the etc. youa f enn fagg thats it your a pogue,,probably fat and out of shape...I'll tell you what,,Monday night at the tavern right there in GC,,, I'll be ther in what was the NCO club,,1900hrs,,thats it no excuses,,no matter what,,cause this matters.. see you then..
Link Posted: 2/24/2002 9:05:17 AM EDT
rule303, If your account hasn't been locked already, you need to read the [b]other[/b] rules, specifically the Forum Conduct Rules 1 and 6: [b]CONDUCT GUIDELINES 1) No racial slurs or comments. This isn't about being "PC" it's about respecting each other. 6) Pure trolling. Either to piss someone off or simply for your personal enjoyment. If you're here to cause trouble, it will be a very short stay.[/b] You're a rule violator, rule. Take your attitude out of your posts, or take your backside off the forum.
Link Posted: 2/25/2002 4:30:23 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 2/25/2002 5:31:53 PM EDT by ChrisLe]
Back from a looong hiatus. Me: Paramedic-FDNY 12 yrs FF/Medic Valley Stream FD 13 yrs HM2 (FMF)USNR, 2/25 Marines Assorted alphabet soup (ACLS,PALS, etc..etc..) Sherm8404: How's CLNC treating you? LtMac: Long time no see, stay safe bro...
Link Posted: 2/26/2002 2:53:02 AM EDT
Vehicle Extrication Tech Highangle Rope Tech Lowangle Tech Swiftwater Instructor Rescue Diver Watercraft operator First Responder EVOC BBP... Ok maybe Im gettin to specific R35
Link Posted: 3/3/2002 9:32:04 AM EDT
FF/EMT WITH FORT WAYNE FIRE DEPT. DIVER SCBA REPAIR I AGREE WITH THE POSTINGS ON CERTS. I PROBABLY HAVE A SHOE BOX FULL, BUT THATS NOT WHAT MATTERS. IT'S THE GUYS WHO WILL GO IN WITH YOU AND GET THE JOB DONE. IT SEEMS ALL DEPTS. HAVE THEIR SHARE OF "THRESHHOLD DWELLERS", ITS THE WAY IT IS. THERE ARE THREE KINDS OF PEOPLE I HAVE NO USE FOR; LIARS, THEIVES, AND COWARDS. BE SAFE
Link Posted: 3/4/2002 7:40:02 AM EDT
Firefighter/Paramedic/SWAT Medic/Flight Medic Medic 8 years FF 4 years Swat Medic 2 years Flight Nedic 2 years Too many certs to list Love my jobs but seriously considering moving into law enforcement.
Link Posted: 3/4/2002 10:19:10 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/4/2002 10:22:15 AM EDT by RoyDamnMercer]
FF/EMT Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services 5 years "Engine 15, Ladder 15, Rescue 15" FF/EMT City of Atlanta Fire Department 5 years "Engine 29, Truck 29" my certs: 50% deaf 75% lung capacity 100% stupid
Link Posted: 3/4/2002 10:32:20 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/4/2002 10:33:19 AM EDT by Waverunner]
Originally Posted By rule303: MOUNTAIN BIKE! GOD ALMIGHTY! MOUNTAINS ON LONG ISLAND! YOU DUMB FUK I GOT YOUR NUMBER<>I smell pogue,,garden City ,,holy dog shit,,,,let me make a couple of phone calss,,I smell fat rear in the gear porker,,and a\not the Marines,,,gotta be a vollie,yoo shit for brain whats your name,,cause ya sound like a pathetic vollie,,,and ya know what,,,,your a pig..you make me want to puke,,but wait,,hey weren't you at the WTC...Hey ya did you no treat the multiltude and the and the etc. youa f enn fagg thats it your a pogue,,probably fat and out of shape...I'll tell you what,,Monday night at the tavern right there in GC,,, I'll be ther in what was the NCO club,,1900hrs,,thats it no excuses,,no matter what,,cause this matters.. see you then..
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Calm down Francis...
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