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This cap reminds me of my grandfather’s love for his cap, firefighter. His love for this made me respect them anywhere I see them in action
This is my actual fire department helmet. It was issued to me and I was able to keep it when I was finished with my service.
This is a demanding service helmet that is needed in a time of choas for resue. The caption says it all
I like your explanation, Tom. You really kept it well. The helmet to render help when needed!
This is a very risky service, I respect this people. Risking their own life to safe others life and property. There is no greater love than this
This is a good and standard helmet to safeguard one. Thanks for this clear picture.
Firefighters do an amazing job, I love when people take pictures of them.
Cool helmet! Nice homage to your former life as a firefighter. It’s good to keep nostalgic items, especially ones with this much potency.
Firemen are heroes at their own right. Anyone can be for that matter.. Fighting with fire is no joke. One wrong move and its over. Man Vs. Nature as its finest.
This helmet is in honor of the brave firefighters, who rescue us from the imminent dangers of the flames.
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I can still remember the time when the building that I was in had a fire and we need to be evacuated. I do have high regard to firemen.
This is one of the tools of work. Good one to archive.
Glad to see that you kept that helmet that you had during the time you served as a firefighter. You must’ve saved a lot of lives, along with the occasional non-threatening cat rescue, I’m sure.
Fact is, over here in Malaysia, our firefighters do a bit more than just put out fires. Some of the most bizarre things they’ve had to deal with involve the presence of snakes, usually pythons, hiding in….well, a lot of places, according to the videos I’ve seen.
There was one case of a python hiding inside of a wall, and another one that was found inside of a car’s engine.
And although our local Wildlife Service (PERHILITAN, as we call them) does help in those cases, sometimes, our firefighters (BOMBA, as we call them) tend to go above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to those cases.
This helmet belongs to a great man. One who was willing to lay down his life for the sake of others.
I respect firefighters the world over. They are the real heroes.
It’s nice you still have this. I bet it brings back a lot of memories.
Better keep this helmet safe. It was an important part of your life.
I wish I could see the entire uniform. Do you have the rest of the kit?
You have my genuine respect. Being an EMP is not easy!
How many years did you work with the fire department? I know you worked with them at some point.
Good on you for preserving the helmet. It holds many stories.
Thanks for your service. You did a good job.
Thanks to you countless people had their lives saved. You are a living legend.
I am surprised the helmet is in such a good shape even after all these years. Kudos on your service Tom.