Pride & Ownership: A Firefighter's Love of the Job
Pride and Ownership holds no punches. Chief Rick Lasky takes a hard look at the fire service and finds it short on the only element that makes it effective: passion. Chief Lasky gives an upfront and honest criticism about the need to reignite the love of the job on every level, from chiefs on down.
Key Features: • History and traditions of the fire service with overviews of some of the most important fire service leaders, • Detailed explanations of ceremonies for all ocasions from a firefighter's initiation to retirement, • Over 150 photos displaying the rites and ceremonies, • Helpful appendices full of sample documents for fire company use.
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The Company Officer
Our Two Families
Sweating the Small Stuff
Changing Shirts The Promotion
What 911 Did To Us And For Us
Marketing Your Fire Department
Making It All Happen and Taking Care of Number One
Have You Forgotten
After The Fire
Ceremonies That Stoke the Flames of Tradition
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