By Mark FabianiThe National Review editor, Mark Fabian, takes a look at what NaffCo is, and isn’t, and how it might be used to fight the fire of the future.
In the next decade, the world will be awash in smoke and fire, and the most likely victims of this disaster are the most vulnerable people, the elderly and the people with disabilities.
NaffCo’s founder and CEO, Daniel Hetzer, is an economist and a former fire department chief in California, who grew up in a small town in the middle of nowhere and got his start in firefighting in a firehouse, before he founded Naff Co. in 2014.
Hetzer has a background in fire fighting and has been a firefighter for over 30 years.
He was the head of firefighting operations for the city of San Francisco for 15 years.
In his book, Naff Company: The Rise of the Firefighter, he said the biggest challenge of his career has been to keep his head above water in an environment where people were not as well trained, and who were being paid less than those in other professions.
He also said that fire departments are often run by firemen who don’t have a strong sense of their own responsibilities.
Hetszer said in an interview with The National Review that he started Naff as a way to provide a “basic fire protection” system that would be affordable for people to use in the future, and that it would be a model for the future as well.
Hes a former chief fire officer in California and his wife, Susan, is the president and CEO of Naff’s parent company, the National Association of Firefighters.
They both work in public relations.
The family’s history with firefighting has included the creation of the first fire station in the U.S. in 1869.
In this image, firefighting equipment is displayed on the roof of Nampico, Calif., on Sept. 11, 2017, a day after a massive, lightning-sparked fire in the California town of Nefano caused massive smoke and smoke-related injuries.
(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)Hetsler has also worked as a fire fighter in the United Kingdom and has lived in the Netherlands for more than 20 years.
His daughter, Mary, is a firefighter at the fire station at Neforo, a town of about 6,000 people in northern England.
In her biography, Mary Hetzler writes about her father as a firefighter who has worked in a number of communities and worked for the Fire Service of Northern England, the first volunteer fire brigade in the country.
Mary HetZler also worked at the Fire Brigade of Northern Ireland and as a director at the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
In a speech to a group of firefighters in London on Sept., 20, 2017.
(Credit: Getty Images)The Naff company website includes this quote from Daniel Hetszer:When you have a fire and you see the fire coming, you don’t want to be sitting in the burning house, you want to jump out, you know, right away.
It’s like you’re jumping out of a window and then you see it.
If you do that, then you know that there’s no point in trying to do nothing and you don: you’re going to get burned.
And that’s the kind of fire that you want.
So that is a pretty radical notion.
I mean, this fire could have come from a truck, it could have been a fire in a truck that you jumped out of.
And you know what?
You could have jumped out, but that would have been so much less costly than jumping out and saving your life, you could have just run to the other side of the street, run back home.
And in the end, it’s still not a cost-effective way to go out.
It’s not just a fire service thing, you have to get the fire under control, and it’s not a firefighter thing.
It has to be a firefighter-based thing.
Hetzler said the fire that burned Nefaro on Sept 11,2017, was about one square meter in size.
The Nefo Fire was about the size of a small house and contained approximately 50 acres.
The fire caused a total of $50,000 in property damage.
The fire started in a bedroom in Nefino, according to the Nefoto Fire Department’s Facebook page.
The site was a public resource, but the public was not allowed to view it.
Hettzer told the National Review, “I was just trying to be practical, and then when it happened it was really sad because it really hurt my heart to know that that could happen to me and my family.
I know that I’m the type of person who is more of a firefighter than a firefighter, and I’m not an accountant or a lawyer, so I think the fact that that happened to