How to Get the Most Out of Your Firefighting Career I have had my fair share of firefighting jobs, but I never quite got to know what I wanted to do.
My first two jobs were as a firefighter.
After the fire that burned my parents’ house in New Mexico in 1993, I was in a situation where I had to take the fire service and go home.
I had been a firefighter since I was five, but was already out of school.
I thought that it would be cool to try my hand at something that wasn’t necessarily my natural thing.
I was working for a local fire department and I got a job as a fire captain.
I got to work a little bit of a stretch, and when I got back, I had a lot more training.
I took that as a compliment, to be honest with you.
I did get a little more experience as a captain than I had ever gotten before.
I’m a little different than most firefighters, but the job has been a good fit for me.
In fact, it’s been the best experience I’ve had in my career.
It’s been great.
I feel like I’m doing what I love most: working with people.
When I was on the firefighting line, I learned a lot about firefighting, about how to fight a fire, about working with crews, how to handle crews, and about what the role of a captain is.
I also learned a little about being a firefighter, and I’m just glad I’m here now.
My career as a member of the Fire Department of New Mexico is not over yet.
I still have a job on the line with the Department of Environmental Protection.
And I also have another job on my plate that I’m going to try to get to when I get to that job, and that’s getting a fire engine into the field.
I just want to make sure that I get my next job done as soon as I can.
I’ll do whatever I can to get there.