Fire & EMT

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We see you out there working long shifts, fighting fatigue, and dealing with dangerous situations in the Fire-fighting/EMT life. You’re the first on the scene when something goes wrong and you don’t just keep the peace—you save lives, often multiple times a shift.

We have articles just for you that cover current events that affect your work, new practices & equipment available, and the most current industry-specific information you need to be most effective in the field. We’ll even do deep dives into new product lines available for paramedics and what situations those have proven to be most effective.

A career as a fire fighter or emergency medical technician is a natural transition for a lot of veterans. That’s why we also cover topics like what to know before choosing a fire/emt career, what it’s been like for other vets who have made the switch, and how to make that transition in today’s climate. We’ll explore the issues past & present that have stood between a seamless transition of education credits from the field to the private sector.

We’re always looking for new and interesting topics catered to our audience, so if you have a suggestion drop us a line some time. If there’s something you feel doesn’t get discussed frequently enough, let us know.

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