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Most Search & Rescue related questions including SAR K-9's, Search & Rescue teams, Rescue/Public safety diving, Rope rescue, EMS/Rescue and missing persons

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20 plus years in EMS, Chief of local rescue squad, NASAR certified, AARS and Alabama Fire College certifications. Certified Firefighter and EMT

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AARS Alabama Association of Rescue Squads APIA Alabama Private Investigator's Association NASAR National Association for Search and Rescue

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NASAR SAR-tech III, Funsar, MLPI. AARS/AFC Public safety diver NALETC Rappelling Instructor

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2011-06-24 background checks:

I would definitely make sure you get some kind of stress counseling. If you get into the fire service it would tend to indicate by the assault and disorderly conduct charges that there may be a stress

2010-06-04 The ladies:

Don't be offended if I am a little blunt with this answer but even considering having someone stay overnight at the station is absolutely forbidden by most department rules and regulations. You may just

 

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