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    I know its a little late to put this up but better late then never. The post im in is wearing our uniforms to school tomorrow. Like we did last year and the 1st friday after the attacks. I'm just wondering what is everybody doing?

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    Our post isn't doing anything I know of, as for indivudals, I have no clue.
    No longer an explorer, but I didn't wanna lose my posts.

    IACOJ 2003

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    • #3
      My juniors and I wore are shirts and I wore my EMS shirt to school. It went well.
      Cadet Fire & Rescue Deputy Chief 31
      Monessen Volunteer Fire Department #1
      Westmoreland County Station 81-1

      "Going far beyond the call of duty, doing more than others expect, this is what excellence is all about. And it comes from striving, maintaining the highest standards, looking after the smallest detail, and going the extra mile. Excellence means doing your best every day, in everything."

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      • #4
        We wore our uniforms to school; recieving quite a few compliments.
        IACOJ

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        • #5
          I didnt get as many comments as I thought I would but it is high school and most kids forget about what happened 2 years ago or they choose to forget it cause it doesnt effect them at all. how stupid can people get!

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          • #6
            Ignorance
            Cadet Fire & Rescue Deputy Chief 31
            Monessen Volunteer Fire Department #1
            Westmoreland County Station 81-1

            "Going far beyond the call of duty, doing more than others expect, this is what excellence is all about. And it comes from striving, maintaining the highest standards, looking after the smallest detail, and going the extra mile. Excellence means doing your best every day, in everything."

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            • #7
              how stupid can people get!
              I aggree, kids in high school are stupid. They don't care, they either forgot or don't want to remember. I hear alot of people saying "It's bad that it happened, but are we going to always do this for the rest of our lives just because some incident happened back in 2001."

              It's not "some incident", it was a tragedy... there are alot of stupid people out there, and if you don't want to take a moment of silence for the victims of 9/11 just because you don't feel like it or you don't think you need to, you are VERY IGNORANT..

              thats my little speech.. im done now

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              • #8
                Amen for that.
                Cadet Fire & Rescue Deputy Chief 31
                Monessen Volunteer Fire Department #1
                Westmoreland County Station 81-1

                "Going far beyond the call of duty, doing more than others expect, this is what excellence is all about. And it comes from striving, maintaining the highest standards, looking after the smallest detail, and going the extra mile. Excellence means doing your best every day, in everything."

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                • #9
                  When 9/11/01 happened, I was currently working on my EMT-1D training, and ironically the next day we had EMT class. I remember a girl standing up in class when we were having a impromptu CISD session and saying "It was the firefighters fault's that they were killed". We all wished she would just shut up and have some respect for the fallen heros. Others felt the same way. How could someone even think that! Who was rushing in when all hell was breaking loose, You guessed it, the firefighters, EMTs/paramedics and the police officers. God Bless them! Anyway, after that night we never saw or heard from her again. Although I am not an explorer, I participated in a candlelight vigil along the main street two days after 9/11/01, and I generously contrubuted to the "fill the boot" fund held by the department I recieved my EMT-1D training through. And last year I atteneded a memorial held outside the local fire station in my town.

                  Anyway. God Bless and Stay Safe my fellow "Brothers and Sisters".

                  Bruce, 19, EMT-1D, C.A.

                  R.I.P. 343, 9/11/01 God Bless America
                  "ALWAYS REMEMBER, NEVER FORGET".
                  Bruce Baker

                  Medic Student, EMT-I, EMT-I instructor, Haz-Mat FRO


                  Fraternal Order Of Paramedics Society Member

                  R.I.P. 343, 9/11/01, God Bless America.
                  "ALWAYS REMEMBER, NEVER FORGET!"

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