Monthly Archives: January 2014

Reflecting and Remembering

 This past week has been very busy for us here at ModelCityFirefighter.com. I have been in Detroit, MI, delivering equipment to the brothers and sisters with the Detroit Fire Department on behalf of the National Firefighters Endowment. While it is ...

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Firefighter Works to Develop Google Glass App

Patrick Johnson, a firefighter from Rocky Mount, North Carolina is hoping that Google’s Glass product can one day change the way firefighters operate. Also a software engineer, Johnson is using Google Glass to route incoming calls (including addresses, maps, dispatch ...

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Brotherhood: Tennessee to Michigan

Within the last week, things seems to be really taking off. This seems to be a few of the busiest weeks that I’ve have had in quite a while, but it’s a good type of busy. I’ve been writing quite ...

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Product Review: Fire and Fuel Apparel

Fire and Fuel Apparel recently contacted The “Model City” Firefighter about conducting a product review for their apparel line. While there are plenty of great lines of apparel out that base designs around the fire service, I believe they each ...

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Full Steam Ahead

Everyone has goals of something that they look forward to accomplishing. These may be personal goals of happiness, professional goals for advancement, or a goal that is set to be accomplished years from now. Goals can ALWAYS be reached through your dedication ...

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The Struggles of Staying Physically Fit

Physical fitness and personal wellness are not two things that I have always been passionate about. Honestly, at the beginning of my career, I wasn’t fit for the job I was expected to perform. While it’s hard for me to ...

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