Looks good - fills a need for smaller departments with smaller budgets.
Ronald McLallen, Chief,
Layette, ME
I am very interested in this type of magazine. Most magazines are geared toward the professional and paid fire departments. The small VFD's need a magazine that is geared toward their interest and issues.
Andrew Fraize, Chief,
St. Charles, AR
You are doing a great for our profession. Keep up the good work.
John Maynard, Firefighter,
Grifton, NC
After reading your publication I was amazed at the way the magazine was set up, it really was a pleasure and I read it from cover to cover.
Ted Jones, Chief,
Mays Landing, NJ
I personally like it. I think it is a good magazine. Keep it up. Thank you. Also, it is great for the Volunteer Fire Service.
Roland J. Ovellette, Fire Chief,
Passadumkeag, ME
Very well down and glad to see a publication centered around the Volunteer Sector. Most are for career people. Thanks for the opportunity for a free subscription.
Gwendolyn Evans,
Operations Chief,
Westville, FL
 
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    Taking Advantage of Federal Tax Breaks for Volunteer Firefighters
~ Courtesy of www.NVFC.org
In December of 2007, Congress passed legislation exempting all property tax benefits and up to $360 per year of other types of compensation that volunteer emergency responders receive as a reward fo ... 
 
   
    NVFC Releases New Resources for the Fire Service
~ Courtesy of www.NVFC.org
The National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) has released several new resources to help fire and emergency service departments meet the challenges of a broad range of situations, including the tragedy ... 
 
   
    Rights and rules when buying used fire apparatus
~ By Edward S. Robson

Purchasing used fire apparatus can mean getting low-mileage, high-quality equipment at excellent prices. Currently, there is a surplus of fire apparatus making the market even more attractive. B ... 

 
   
    New Technology May Help Reduce Cooking Fires
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A new cooking technology has been introduced that may help reduce fires caused by unattended cooking.

According to the National Fire Protection Association, cooking is the leading caus ... 

 
   
    Congressman King Reintroduces Volunteer Emergency Services Recruitment and Retention Act
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Congressmen Peter King (R-NY), along with nine original co-sponsors, reintroduced the Volunteer Emergency Services Recruitment and Retention Act (HR 376), a bill that would clarify the treatmen ... 

 
   
   
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    Your Resource for Fire Department, Volunteer & Firefighter Grant Assistance
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    How to get involved with a volunteer fire department
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    State Benefits Guide
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The NVFC hopes that the State Benefits Guide will serve as a useful resource to both fire service leaders and legislators on the state level to compare what their state government does for its firefig ... 
 
   
    101 Fire Safety Websites
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Everyone knows not to leave candles burning in their house and to check that the stove is off before heading out, but fire safety is much more than just a household concern. Neighborhoods and communit ... 
 
   
    How to make personnel scheduling easier with a web-based platform
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    Open Campfire Safety Rules
~ www.PreventWildfireCA.org
Infographic: Campfire Safety ... 
 
   
    CertainTeed Corporation
~ Advertisement

Who We Are:

Through the responsible development of innovative and sustainable building products, CertainTeed has helped shape the building products industry for more than 110 years. ... 

 
   
    Substance Abuse Among Firefighters
~ www.TheRecoveryVillage.com

Firefighters spend their days braving burning buildings, responding to emergencies and saving lives. But between long shifts and traumatic calls, countless firefighters develop conditions like post ... 

 
   
    Top 10 locations for landing a firefighting job
~ FireRescue1 Lifestyle

With an estimated 30,052 fire departments in the United States, landing a job as a firefighte ... 

 
   
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