By Naffco The National Association of Firefighters (NAF) is urging the public to get involved in the fire fighting community by joining in a new initiative.NAF President Chris Buell said that he hopes that people who want to get into firefighting will take the time to read the NAF’s new book, “Firefighter Badge: The Definitive Guide to Firefighting.”
“It’s going to be a huge book,” Buello said.
“I hope that people will take a look at it and come to a conclusion that the best thing they can do is join in.”
Buell and NAF board member Dan Dolan, a former New York City firefighter, have teamed up to create “Fire Fighter Badge,” a book that will be published by Amazon.com in the coming weeks.
“We are asking the public for their help to make Firefighter Badge the best resource on the web for anyone who wants to get their hands dirty in the fires of the future,” Dolan said in a statement.
“This book is the ultimate resource to help us keep the fires out and the fires alive.”
Firefighting is often called a job that requires skill, patience and discipline.
It is often a career that pays well and can pay well.
In the book, Buella said that most of the information in the book will be useful to firefighters.
Bueell said that the book is a collection of stories about firefighters that people can look up and go, “Oh yeah, that’s me!”
“I’ve gotten people who had the best careers in the industry and they had to change careers, they had a bad time, they went into nursing and they lost their jobs and they were still living in their old homes,” Buedell said.
Buello and Dolan are joined in the project by former New Jersey Gov.
Christine Todd Whitman, former New Mexico Gov.
Joe Wilson, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Buesll said the book was originally intended to be an anthology and that the idea to have the book be a book was never going to come to fruition.
But Buelli said that after the book came out, he saw an opportunity to share the stories of firefighters.
“I was looking at the book and I just thought, ‘Wow, what an amazing opportunity for us to get these stories out to the public and hopefully inspire a lot of people to try to do the same,'” Buehler said.
“Firefighter badges are the perfect example of how you can make the best possible career for yourself,” Dolph said.
Nafco, which was founded in 1974, has been involved in fighting fires since its founding in 1984.
The group was founded to provide firefighting services to communities in the United States and around the world.
The organization is now headquartered in California.