Def a no go on the NJ license that would imply that you live in NJ which you will lose your job for. Secondly stop debating how u should workout run, lift heavy, lift light , do pull-ups do push-ups do sit ups go rock climbing go biking play basketball do yoga just make sure your maxing out that heart rate and your goin as hard as possible without yakking that the perfect balance. As long as you push yourself and have a wide range of fitness you'll be alright you gotta be able to do whatever it is that makes you wanna workout everyday...personally I think you should do all of the above styles of excercise and don't worry about how u look because if your working hard and eating right it does not matter
For a second I thought this was fake, then just couldn't stop laughing lol
That's real. They have firefighting skills competitions all around the world. It's serious ****.
Not trying to be a smart *** but curious what Almost there has heard. If he called the dept or the vulcans, there might be a chance they could tell him wether or not he should still be expecting to go in right away.
According to Sullivan and Galleshaw. Priority hires are still in effect.
Anyone have any idea when CPATs will begin? Also is there any order to CPAT, medical, etc.?
If the FDNY had that on the CPAT, that would be pretty wild
Drill teams the end result of too much money and too much free time.
Days like today make me appreciate when it's simply cold out, and not ****ing snowing and all this other bull****. I'd take 10 degrees over this nonsense any day of the week.
Yes you'll get to see fire no matter what, but on the engine if your on the nozzle your job is to get to that fire. You don't have that responsibility on a truck. IJS.
But like you was saying everyone will get to see what everything is like when going thru the academy. It's just fun to talk about, thats why we're on the forum.
Lol I'm on my way to Maimonides hospital and just saw some guy joggin in this crazy a s s weather. Could it be a possible candidate? I believe he was wearing a FDNY skull cap.