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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