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    Firefighter and Law Enforcement Wayalifers! The Official Public safety Wayalife thread

    Many of us share the Jeeping Wayalife, but what a lot of us don't know is that a lot of us share the Firefighting/EMS/Law Enforcement Wayalife as well!

    For most of us in this line of work, this is also a wayalife, and one that means quite a bit to us.

    So I'm creating this thread for any and all things Firefighting, Law Enforcement, and Emergency Medical Services. Pictures, apparatus, stations, to share stories, ask questions, or just to talk the talk!

    All are welcome!

    I'll start.

    Nathan Palmer
    Firefighter/Paramedic
    Jacksonville(TX) Fire Department
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    Do Volunteer Search and Rescue Members count? I'm not a fan of fire, but it does get damn hot in the sun at 10k Feet!


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    This thread has the potential to be the gheyest thread on here.
    Touchy feely, warm and cuddly fire house stories.

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    en hopup veritas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robar View Post
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    https://youtu.be/5jezSeQnfCg

    Just saying.

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    Firefighter Wayalifers! The Official Public safety Wayalife thread

    Quote Originally Posted by ArmyofMike View Post
    Do Volunteer Search and Rescue Members count? I'm not a fan of fire, but it does get damn hot in the sun at 10k Feet!


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    Of course!!! Love search and rescue.
    Last edited by Napalm; 03-24-2015 at 10:42 PM.

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