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post #1 of 3 Old 03-17-2009, 03:26 PM Thread Starter
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Any Volunteer fire department guys in OK!

Hey is ther any guys here in oklahoma that could give me some info on becoming a volunteer fire fighter. I own a horse ranch and we have over 40 horses. We have had alot of fires around us lately and one of my friends lost his barn. I would like to be able to help out. We had are place burn to the ground in 05 and when it happens to you it kinda hits home. Any info would be great. Thanks
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Contact your nearest dept. They would have the info on training. Around here its a 30 hour course for volunteer.

a quick search found me this
How to Become a member of the Oklahoma Volunteer Fire Department

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just be willing to learn!!! willing to give up your weekends for classes, and willing to leave anywhere, anytime, for god only know's what. dont let anything frighten or scare you away if its what you really want to do, but at least when you first start, there will be alot of classes you'll need to take, but its well worth the effort!!!!!!! sorry but dont know the requirements for your state. good luck to you

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