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    Small Oil Company owned aerodrome in Northern Alberta. Mostly 727s, Embraer 175s, 737s and everything smaller Citation 10s Dash 8s, Dornier 328s etc and good ol helicopters.


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    A couple of year at BJC-Bromfield Jefferson county

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickey View Post
    I was just there a couple weeks ago for the Thunder over Louisville. First time being in that town and it great!!! Awesome airshow and wonderful fireworks!

    We got VIP tickets at Joe's Crabshack and that was center stage! Much better than the Chow Wagon area or the free space around which just looked like a big urinal...lol

    Great town too. Love the blues bar we went to....can't remember the name but it just opened under new owners. On the street that is going to be renovated to compete with 4th Street Live which is a corporate owned deal. This area is going to be a local Mom and Pop area for the tourists like me!

    Oh, and you guys can sure pour the bourbon....UFF DA!!
    LOL, yea we know how to throw a party if it involves KY Bourbon.
    If you come in next year give me heads up, I'll try to get you out to our station and maybe over to the planes in staging. They change the policy on looking at the military a/c each year.
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    I am an ARRFF firefighter . However I wont disclose my location as that will lead to my identity. It is not that I wish to troll this site, However I intend on bringing up for discussion issues that can be quite controversial and I know my supervisors skim through these boards. I can seriously see my *** in a ringer for exposing the truth.

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    Boeing Fire Department (Philadelphia Station), majority of our aircraft activity is the Chinook Helicopters. But we occasionally encounter other aircraft on our flight ramp. We run 3 ARFF Trucks, 1 Engine, 1 Special Ops Rescue, 1 Tactical ARFF Truck, 1 Ambulance and multiple utility vehicles. Firefighters work in four separate platoons on 12 hour shifts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by returnhomesafe View Post
    I am an ARRFF firefighter . However I wont disclose my location as that will lead to my identity. It is not that I wish to troll this site, However I intend on bringing up for discussion issues that can be quite controversial and I know my supervisors skim through these boards. I can seriously see my *** in a ringer for exposing the truth.
    yeah, me too.


    That's why I like to stay anonymous, too.
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    Just went looking for an ARFF thread, and I see this is new.

    Jacksonville, Florida International Airport. One station, Index D, operating a pair of Oshkosh trucks (T-3000 with Snozzle and a Stryker) plus an engine crew which doubles as the rescue crew in a crash. We are part of Jacksonville Fire/Rescue Department (57 stations, 1200 personnel). We operate from a second airport called Cecil Commerce Center, an old naval air station with the similar apparatus but part time staffing (based on flight ops).

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    Williamson County Regional Airport, Marion Illinois, Our county Dept, Williamson County Fire Protection District has a station at the airport and we do all the ARFF coverage. I think we have 16 certified guys, myself and 1 other are fulltime. We have a Oshkosh Stryker 1500

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickey View Post
    yeah, me too.


    That's why I like to stay anonymous, too.

    Pfffttt.. you're about as anonymous as a wacker who just got his first shirt...

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    Default Lanai Airport 96763

    Whats up? Check youtube: Kalamaula Fire (steven buse, and david gomes)

    this was on molokai this passed weekend 8/30/09 tell me what you think.
    this was caught on tape by bystanders who's house was behind us 200ft away.

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    i used to be at MCAS cherry point, headed back there with the reserves next month

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    USAF RETIRED after 28 yrs.... Dover AFB, DE...Reese AFB, TX...Eielson AFB, AK...Duke Field, FL

    Aircraft: C-5, C-130, AC-130, F-4, T-37, T-38, O-10, and who knows what else!!!

    Vehicles: 530-B, P-8, 750-B, P-10, P-12, O-11A, R-2(?), P-2 (gas and diesel), P-4, P-10, P-12, P-22, F-6, 1500WD, P-13, P-20, P-23, P-18, P-19, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by returnhomesafe View Post
    I am an ARRFF firefighter . However I wont disclose my location as that will lead to my identity. It is not that I wish to troll this site, However I intend on bringing up for discussion issues that can be quite controversial and I know my supervisors skim through these boards. I can seriously see my *** in a ringer for exposing the truth.


    PU$$Y!!! LOL

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