Tag Archives: Firehouse

Interactions with Kids While on the Job

Since coming on the job seven years ago, I would like to think that I have changed in several ways. One, I know that I have realized the importance of physical fitness and how much of an impact it can have on my ability to perform on the job. I would also like to think that I have expanded my knowledge base for this career that requires a state of constant learning. As the days click by, I have also realized the importance of a positive interaction with children and the community.

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FUNNY VIDEO: When the Rookie Cleans the Station…BUSTED!

Have you ever been asked the sweep the bay? While it may not be the most interesting task of the day...Why not make the best out of it? Brother Chase Morales and Bryson Constanzo from Texas try to make the best out of everyday chores! When the rookie was caught by his Officer...he feared the worst. Luckily, it didn't turn out that bad after all.

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GALLERY: Firehouse Kitchen Tables

The Firehouse Kitchen Table is one of the most used pieces of furniture in firehouses across the country. This is where crews unwind after a tough run, break bread at meal times, give reports at shift change, and solve nearly all of the worlds problems.

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Steady Progress

When I first started ModelCityFirefighter.com, I wasn’t sure what would come out of it. I have usually had topics to right about as different events/incidents occur. I feel like things are coming along great here on the site. I am ...

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Competing With The Best

This is the third part of Brian Edwards’ story about competing with the best in the business during his travels across the country. He also outlines his upcoming events that he is scheduled to participate in this year. In the first article, Brian ...

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Becoming An Athlete

This is the second part of Brian Edwards’ story about setting out on a journey to become a career firefighter. In the first article, Brian talked about starting his diet after realizing he had to become “firefighter fit.” Click here ...

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