Fighting fires is an adrenaline rush and the fire department is similar to the structure and training of the military

March 8, 2016
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Fighting fires is an adrenaline rush and the fire department is similar to the structure and training of the military

Fighting fires is an adrenaline rush and the fire department is similar to the structure and training of the military

“I was in the Navy for over four years. I was supposed to be on the submarine the USS Miami, but I was put on medical hold. I went to school to work on submarines because someone came to my school and talked about it. It’s a tighter-knit community than service fleets and a chance for better advancement. I want to know the people I work with. This is my dad’s garage. I work in the office now, but I can fix a lot of things. Technology has changed this work. Now you have to pull half of it apart to do something small. We have to get more and more computers and software and the tools are getting more specific. All of that is expensive and it is getting harder for most mom and pop shops.”

“I am also on the fire department. I like putting out the structure fires. Fighting fires is an adrenaline rush and the fire department is similar to the structure and training of the military. It keeps me busy.”

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