Great info would like to see articles on vehicle extraction and water related incidents
Helen Compton
EMS Supervisor
South Boston, VA
Very good and very interesting. We would like to see local information.
Melissa Newsom
EMT Paramedic
Kenly, NC
The Grant updates is great information for all EMS, thank you.
Lori Shaw EMT
Grand Isle, VT
This is very helpful for our professional keep up the good work.
Sam Peck
Chief
Crawfordsville, IN
Looks great can't wait to see more.
Kevin Springer
Rescue Lieutenant
Madison, NH
Great, Just enough info to enable a busy person to read the entire magazine. Very informative , keep up the good work.
Ed Vaitis
Capt.
N. Myrtle Beach, SC
Two works "Great Stuff"
Archie Beavers
EMT
Aberdeen, NC
Like it, gimme more. would love to see info on volunteer squads. self help stories for squads.
Robert McDonald
EMT Lieutenant
Poughquag, NY
It's one of the best magazines I've read, It's will be a great help to our profession.
Chad Lewis
EMT IV
Cluff City TN
I think it's excellent and will be very useful resource for catching up on new tactics and training.
Harold Marcum
Chief Engineer
Kermit, WV
   
 
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