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  • Some Fire Company‚Äôs have a Water Rescue Unit. This takes additional training.
  • Actual Auto Rescue.
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    • 1. What it takes to be a Volunteer Firefighter? What does it take to be a volunteer at your local Fire Company?
    • 2. Volunteer Firefighting is very rewarding and valuable way to serve your community.
    • 3. It takes dedication and commitment. • First you need to find a Fire Company. • Sign up • Then comes the fun part: • Training, training and more training
    • 4. Let’s take a look at what training looks like:
    • 5. Training Fire hose Drills • Learning how to use a fire hose properly.
    • 6. Learning how to draft water and use the pumper truck. It’s not as easy as it looks. It requires attending pump school and learning how to regulate the PSI.
    • 7. Controlled burn On a typical training night you might practice putting out a fire. Which we call a controlled burn.
    • 8. Water Rescue
    • 9. Auto Rescue Auto Rescue Extracting the victim
    • 10. Medivac Landing on a highway.
    • 11. Fire Police
    • 12. There are many different ways to volunteer: Fire Fighter Fire Police Water Rescue Support Administration Fund Raising
    • 13. Any and all help is always appreciated.