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    Default Hey!

    Hey, Im an female explorer in the raleigh fire department, I want firefighting to be my career and I just wanted to say hey! My s/n stands for firefightingsister#1 in case you were wondering. well i hope everyone has a great day
    -Emily

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    Welcome, Emily to the forums.. Hope you find much valuable information here, as well as fun...

    Best of luck to you in your future plans.. Keep your chin up and smile on your face and you will do well, even though at times your chin is dragging and you don't feel like smiling...

    Feel free to ask questions, most of us are willing to answer them, or point you in the direction of your answer...

    take care, best of luck, and God Bless

    P.S. I started out as a Junior member (explorer) been a volunteer ever since and that was 22 years ago...

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    Welcome to firehouse forums Emily

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    Emily,
    Pleasure seeing new faces aboard the BIG RED board. Smile and have fun and meet and greet the "brotherhood". Learn plenty.

    enjoy life, Be good


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    hey welcome to the forums, hope you learn alot here.

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    Welcome Aboard....

    Good luck in your career quest.

    Watch...Listen...Train...Learn... You will go far if you heed that advice. Get your education and that includes a College education. Also...Paramedic is a certification that is important in today's fire service.

    Again...Good luck...and if there is anything any of us can do to help you just ask....intelligently of course!
    09-11 .. 343 "All Gave Some..Some Gave ALL" God Bless..R.I.P.
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    Welcome, Emily. As you've probably gotten the feel for how things are, this is a demanding but terrific profession. New faces are always great to see. Take care


    ~Kevin
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