View Poll Results: My or my family personal experance a need for EMS services lead me to become FF/EMT

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  • personal experance

    9 16.07%
  • close family member experance

    8 14.29%
  • other family member expernce

    1 1.79%
  • TV or other media influance

    5 8.93%
  • never need the services of EMS system

    8 14.29%
  • witnessed emergency where no one could give aid

    2 3.57%
  • other

    35 62.50%
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  1. #76
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    Default glad you did well on your paper

    Justme0203, glad you got that 99 on your paper. This was a good thread for all of us, too. Best wishes to you.
    Amy

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    Quote Originally Posted by CdnFD24 View Post
    I don't know if anyone can relate here, but I find that it's actually not the tone of the pager that wakes me up when I'm sleeping...it's the sound it makes as the speaker comes on...just before the tone...it's like a little 'pop' sound.

    NJ
    Count me as another who wakes up just BEFORE it goes off. Once I woke up for some reason, looked at the pager, and it went off!

  3. #78
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    Age-37
    Length of Service-21.5 years
    Why-I would say it's in the family
    What need-Geez, that's tough. I work for the police so I guess it lets me get positive feedback from helping the community.

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    Default why

    1. Age ?
    2. Length in the service?
    3. Why I volunteer?
    4. What need(s) I think it fills in me?

    1. 33

    2. 14 years

    3. to help out when ever I can. Also 3rd generation firefighter and the love of the job.

    4. second family, brotherhood and some things I just cant put into words.

  5. #80
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    I think I can speek for most everyone when I say "FAMILY" is why we all do it.

    No matter if it is your "FAMILY" or my "FAMILY" or someone else's "FAMILY".
    The "FAMILY" created at your station, or the "FAMILY" shared by the brothers and sisters all over the world.

    It is all done for "FAMILY"!

  6. #81

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    Age: 36

    Years in the service: 10 years

    Why i volunteer: I like to help my community and it has been my dream to be a firefighter since i was a child. I have also been with socio-civic and radio-civic groups.

    What fills in me: the sense of pride and giving back to my community to service and assistance they need without any return or compensation.

  7. #82
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    Age: 17

    Years in the Service: officially -1 -unofficially- 17

    Why I Volunteer: Its a family tradition, its fun, and its a great way to be involved, learn lots, and help the community.

    What Fills in me : the love of and for a 'second family', a sense of pride, happiness, etc

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