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Old 09-06-2016, 09:26
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Default Driven to be an Engineer Promotional Course

Red Helmet Training will be hosting a Driven to be an Engineer Promotional course that will be on November 7th, 8th, and 9th in Rancho Cucamonga. We give you the tools to become your departments next Fire Engineer. We look forward to meeting our Fire Services future leaders.

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http://www.redhelmettraining.com/Workshops.html

Any questions or additional information please message me here or email rfdadams@gmail.com
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Default Re: Driven to be an Engineer Promotional Course

Our next Engineer Promotional Course is set for March 20-23, 2017 in Rancho Cucamonga at the Red Helmet Training facility. Clink on this link for all the details, message me here if you have any questions?

http://www.redhelmettraining.com/170...n_Engineer.pdf
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http://www.redhelmettraining.com/170...n_Engineer.pdf

Space still available but is filling up fast; the class is held at Red Helmet Training in Ranch Cucamonga.
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Default Re: Driven to be an Engineer Promotional Course

The beast job I had but didn't realize it at the time was as an Engineer. Acquired a real interest in fire apparatus during that period. Had both "E-66" and 900 Seagrave; Howe Custom Defender, Van Pelt custom, Crown, Pierce and Coast apparatus. I even worked on military rigs and was on the tailboard of 43 Studebaker 6 X 6. Some great adventures plus lots of challenges. I worked on one fire where I was drafting out a Canal for over 2 days.
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