First Impressions of Module 32

Andy Coats NO Comments

                Within the first few weeks of working with the module I have noticed that the seasoned veterans come from diverse fire backgrounds. Their different experiences have gone a long way in helping teach the younger firefighters about duty, respect, and integrity. The veterans of the crew demonstrate what it means to dedicate yourself to being the best. Whether it's fitness standards or uniform cleanliness, the crew can easily be seen as a solid, strong, professional group of firefighters that take their duties seriously. This crew mentality is very contagious and makes me strive to be the best I can. They keep their integrity no matter what they are doing or who is around. It shows that they are serious about doing what is right even when no one is watching. Out of all the jobs I've had, this crew has more respect for themselves and others than anything I've been a part of before. They keep themselves in top-notch physical shape and take on the responsibility of looking professional while working. Also, they know how to respect those who work above them and respectfully teach those who are still learning below them. The attitude of the crew has a big effect on our productivity. This comes directly from the veterans and shows why we do such a great job on fires and projects. We gain our respect by giving respect and working hard. It has shown in our work thus far, and will show into the future as the Module continues to grow.

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