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Re: Mercury '05
« Reply #25 on: November 24, 2005, 06:38:48 PM »
Most are.   Their are a couple who have been in there since they joined.  E.G never been out on a truck.

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Re: Mercury '05
« Reply #26 on: November 25, 2005, 08:28:43 AM »
the only info the MFS have about brigade stowage kits is our callsigns... if you are a 19 you have rescue. If you have a 42 you have a tanker. If you have a 28 you have hazmat. There is nothing more than that... If you're lucky you'll get a shift that has a CFS vol on it who might know off the top of his head...

Ahh obviously info has changed then - once upon a time they had additional info - i.e. what brigades had salvage pumps, additional lighting, specialist equipment (extra Hazmat, verticle rescue, portable pumps and alike) Last time we did a tour they showed us the folder and informed us that they were given updates from CFS, so they were aware what extra stuff we as a service had - should the need arise!!!
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