Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on February 14, 2016 at 6:38pm — No Comments
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on February 13, 2016 at 11:18pm — No Comments
This Association had its beginning at a meeting of volunteer firemen, which was held in the Forester's Building in the city of Toronto, on the 29th day of August and the 1…Continue
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on August 3, 2015 at 3:30pm — No Comments
What is happening with fire training today? I notice nearly every week we lose a firefighter on scene, is it communication? training? Safety on fire ground ? Are instructors really qualified? are Building codes re: roof structures being violated? Wall collapsing on firefighters ?
I think we should all step back and examine the education of recruits it saddens me to see these souls lost, in an age where the standard of equipment is the best and more and more tools are invented for…Continue
Willie & JO
He meant so much to the millions of Americans who fought in World War II, and to those who had waited for them to come home. He was a kid cartoonist for Stars and Stripes, the military newspaper; Mauldin's drawings of his muddy, exhausted, whisker-stubble infantrymen Willie and Joe were the voice of truth about what it was like on the front lines. …
FOR ALL WHO READ THIS BEFORE JUST SKIP DOWN TO THE COMMENTS SECTION TO SEE THE RESULTS OF THE POSTING BY A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS THE SITE "THIS AIN'T HELL BUT YOU CAN SEE IT FROM HERE" AND HAS CHOSEN TO REMAIN NAMELESS. I AM VERY GRATEFUL NOW FOR HIS ATTACKS ON…Continue
There are little eyes upon you. And they're watching night and day:
There are little ears that quickly take in every word you say.
There are little hands all eager to do anything you do, and a little one who's dreaming of the day they'll be like you.
You're the little children's idol. You're the wisest of the wise.
In their little minds about you, no suspicions ever rise.
They believe in you devoutly, hold all that you say and do.
There are wide eyed…Continue
My day going out on calls with the crew from station 13 afforded me the opportunity to ride along with the team on the pumper for half of a day and was given a chance to see how a city crew operates on calls.
Chief John deHooge set it all up for me and as all of you who know him might expect, he made it fun for me. First off he assured me that I would be afforded a ride to the station, that is, he would send someone to pick me up at the Ottawa Sheridan so I would not need to spend my…Continue
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on January 19, 2013 at 2:36pm — No Comments