The first fire fighters to walk the streets of San Francisco were hired by the city to help fight fires, a practice that began around 1910.
The first American fire fighter to walk a city block in 1911 was hired by an old friend of a neighbor.
A firefighter was hired to fight a blaze in 1915, a job he completed in 1915.
Fire fighters are the best.
The second most-known American firefighter is named Henry E. Haney.
He is the man who helped start the modern fire department.
He died in 1946.
The man who invented the modern Firefighter uniform, William “Bob” Brown, was hired in 1942.
The Fire Department is named after Bob Brown, who died in 1943.
The fire department is named for the man, who, in his last days, asked to be buried with a traditional American burial.
The U.S. Department of the Interior named the city after Brown in 1973.
The American Firefighters Association is the largest and oldest professional organization for fire fighters.
There are only about 6,000 fire fighters in the U. S. Today, about a quarter of the fire fighters are veterans.
They have served in the fire departments of cities around the country for more than a century.
It is estimated that about 1,200 fire fighters die in the line of duty each day.
That is the number of firefighting members who die from natural causes each day in the United States.
Most are men.
The most common cause of death in the military is suicide.
A study published in 2014 by the Department of Veterans Affairs found that more than 30% of military veterans who took their own lives in 2015 were veterans.
But even though the military has been involved in fires, the number and type of fires they have been involved with have never been studied by the federal government.
This has been a mystery for decades.
It has been estimated that more fires are being started and more people die in them than in all the other disasters the federal departments of the military have fought.
The military has always struggled to figure out how to respond to natural disasters, but a decade ago, the National Academy of Sciences began investigating the role of fire in the natural disasters that were hitting the U,S.
The study, titled The Role of Fire in Natural Disasters, looked at more than 50 natural disasters in the US from 1918 to 2014 and found that the average number of fires that the military was called to help contain in the years after 1918 and the years following World War I was four.
The number of natural disasters caused by fires that were not brought under control in the decade before that had been estimated to be between 50 and 200.
The academy concluded that fire could be a cause of a lot of the natural catastrophes that were causing so much destruction to people and property.
The problem is that the fire department in the 1930s and 40s was never really staffed to deal with fire.
It was an all-volunteer force.
The department had been in existence for just over a decade, and it had never been an issue.
This was during the Great Depression.
The National Association of Fire Fighters was created in the early 1930s.
In 1935, it was incorporated and began working to train the firefighting profession.
At that time, the American Fire Fighters Association was the largest professional organization.
There were about 200,000 members at the time.
At the time, firefighting was not a job for men.
In the early days of the war, the U S was the only country in the world where the fire service had no women firefighters.
Women were not allowed to fire a gun or use a flintlock.
The lack of women firefighters was not an issue in the 1920s.
But the war had left the country with a shortage of trained and trained men to fight fires.
The country needed more men.
By the end of World War II, the military had developed a new firefighting technique called the “flintlock” that involved using a small fire engine that could be trained to go out and extinguish a small blaze.
This new fire-fighting method became known as “free-standing” firefighting.
During World War III, the fire services began to train more men to work in the fires.
In 1940, the Army was responsible for the training of more than 600,000 men in the Army.
By 1945, the Marine Corps was responsible, as well.
During the Cold War, the United Nations had put a freeze on U.N. funding.
That meant that the US. government did not get a chance to put on a big fire drill, and so the American public was told that it would be a little longer before firefighting would be added to the fire fighting curriculum.
During a major fire, it would take several weeks for the fire brigade to get a team together.
The people in the city of San Diego were told