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    Quote Originally Posted by Skintop911 View Post
    Darn, you beat me to it.

    I bet you were Johnny and Roy's FTO though, huh.
    I am old enough to understand the reference. Yeah, I watched "Emergency!" when I was younger.

    I did some time as an FTO, and really liked it. It's a real feeling of accomplishment to raise a new group of Jedi. Having one of them describe their first childbirth, or assisting in an officer down situation and telling you about it, makes you proud of what your "young'n" has done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousStudent View Post
    I am old enough to understand the reference. Yeah, I watched "Emergency!" when I was younger.
    Johnny and Roy are gods. It's a shame that all you get from the baby medics when you mention their name is a confused stare.

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    NPQFF II/NREMT-I.
    Guard against the impostures of pretended patriotism.

    George Washington, Farewell Address, September 19, 1796

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    Yep,
    FF/EMT-C

    (C=cardiac) State of RI doesn't have an intermediate. Basically the same thing

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    I've been in LE for 19 years. EMT-IV Tech for 5 years. Medic with our SWAT team. I too enjoyed Johnny and Roy, but Adam-12 was the BOMB!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 021411 View Post
    Honestly a career change and nothing more. All of my friends are in LE. I said what the heck and made it through.
    That's cool. I don't think I could quit fire... I've seen our cops and they perform actual work. Haha. I'm trying to get on our city's SWAT team as a medic. For some reason I find black rifle medicine appealing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skintop911 View Post
    Johnny and Roy are gods. It's a shame that all you get from the baby medics when you mention their name is a confused stare.
    Buy 'em some remedial training.

    http://www.amazon.com/Emergency!/e/B...=ntt_tv_dp_pel

    Maybe they can count as continuing ed?

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    EMT-B since 93' as well as a Army Combat Medic, EMT-I since 06', still a Army Medic. Got into teaching EMS for the Army for about 7 years now and have been teaching Civilian EMS for 3 years. I have worked paid and volunteer on and off for almost 16...
    "Doc" A.

    "And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts. And I looked, and behold a pale horse, and his name that sat on him was Death, and hell followed with him."- The Man Comes Around
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    Army medic in the Guard during college, current EMT-I employed full time by a county. I'm currently about 1/3 of the way through my Paramedic course and will test NREMT-P in December.
    A man with a gun is a citizen. A man without a gun is a subject.

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    EMT-I

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