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    Hi i'm a new member at this forum. My name is Hans and i'm a firefighter from the Netherlands. I joined the service as a volunteer in 1989, at 2001 i became a career- firefighter.
    I joined this forum to learn more about firefighting "American style". Also interested in extrication and hazmat.

    At last, feel free to ask more about me, or my job as a career-firefighter.

    Have a nice day,

    Hans

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    Hi i'm a new member at this forum. My name is Hans and i'm a firefighter from the Netherlands. I joined the service as a volunteer in 1989, at 2001 i became a career- firefighter.
    I joined this forum to learn more about firefighting "American style". Also interested in extrication and hazmat.

    At last, feel free to ask more about me, or my job as a career-firefighter.

    Have a nice day,

    Hans
    Hello to you too Hans. Where can I find out how to get one of those cool helmet scba units you use in Europe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jam24u View Post
    Hello to you too Hans. Where can I find out how to get one of those cool helmet scba units you use in Europe?
    Which helmet do you mean? In the Netherlands we use (mostley) the MSA-Gallet F1. You can find it here: http://www.msa-europe.com/index.php?id=478&L=0
    Second hand you can find them on the net, prices: 50$ to ???$.

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    I love those helmets, one of the vol agencies im with host the Swedish AWPE students every so often, i love it when they bring those helmets. they are so cool.
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