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When your saw fails on the roof, are you going to be ready to make sure that vertical ventilation is accomplished ?

Oceanside firefighters pride them selfs with this training and always keep traditional skills sharp!

Probationary firefighter Justin Garcia from station 1 “pride of the city “ on b shift, put down the fast time of the day! we are still working on his foot work but he is headed in the right direction
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Excellent work for a young Leatherhead. There is always something to perfect, but We should always respect the work. Always... respect the work.

Never had an axe that wouldn’t start but I do highly recommend The FireMaul. It’s much faster and doesn’t catch in the material

A normal person would have gave up

Way to represent a Justin. Proud of you.

Wow that doesn’t look easy, Way to go!!!

Well done!!!!

Lot of work put in! Why no flat head? I have never used the cutting edge on a flat roof.

So awesome 💙

Hayden Raye

Savannah Garcia

Justin!! I am so proud of you!! 👏🏼 You are INCREDIBLE!! 💪🏻

Made me tired to watch. I know you must be very proud of him

Great job OCS, you have good reason to be proud!

Justin Garcia

Great Job Justin, I knew you would be an Awsome Trucker!!

Amazing Justin

Which Oceanside?

Cardio

I couldn’t imagine doing that through a layer of shingles in the middle of the night. Gotta give credit where credit is due

Matt Kramer

10 pound flat head does wonders

Great job... I'll be exhausted after that

Great job!

This Firefighter is a Truck Company animal on the roof !!!

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Oceanside Fire Department units responded to a reported structure fire on Industry Street just before 0100 on Friday morning. It was discovered a large roofing material oven caught fire and was threatening the structure. The quick work of your Oceanside firefighters likely allowed the business to remain open with minimal impact to their operations. ... See MoreSee Less

Oceanside Fire Department units responded to a reported structure fire on Industry Street just before 0100 on Friday morning. It was discovered a large roofing material oven caught fire and was threatening the structure. The quick work of your Oceanside firefighters likely allowed the business to remain open with minimal impact to their operations.

 

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Great job guys👍🏼 You’re the best!!!

👍👏🏅🏅🏅🏅🏅🏅

Way to go 👨‍🚒

Neato!

Thank you our heroes! Excellent job! Prayers for your safety and everyone. 🙏🏼👨🏻‍🚒🚒🚑

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Oceanside Firefighters are committed to their community. Sometimes our members travel and show their commitment to communities abroad. One of our members is in Bello, Columbia right now on a mission trip. Here he is speaking with engine 20. #publicsafety
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#firehouse
#firefighter
#fireservice
#firerescue
#firestation
#firelife
#safeoside
#oside
#abetteroside
#oceanside
#oceansideCA
#cityofoceanside
#northcounty
#northcountySD
#sandiego
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Oceanside Firefighters are committed to their community. Sometimes our members travel and show their commitment to communities abroad. One of our members is in Bello, Columbia right now on a mission trip. Here he is speaking with engine 20. #publicsafety
#firstresponders
#osidefire
#firedepartment
#firehouse
#firefighter
#fireservice
#firerescue
#firestation
#firelife
#safeoside
#oside
#abetteroside
#oceanside
#oceansideCA
#cityofoceanside
#northcounty
#northcountySD
#sandiego

2 months ago

Oceanside Firefighters Association 3736

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Oceanside Firefighters Association would like to congratulate 7 new Recruits on their successful completion of Fire Academy 14. Oceanside is unique in the zone as it holds a minimum 8 week academy insuring it’s new hires are ready for the demand of the job! This is just a start of their life long training and commitment to the citizens of Oceanside! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Congratulations!!! Be safe! 🏆🥇👨🏻‍🚒🚒🚑🎉

Congratulations Guys

Congratulations!

Congratulations!!

Please send me “Union helmet car stickers”!!

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The Oceanside Firefighters Association would like to welcome 7 new members from Oceanside Fire Academy 14. Oceanside Firefighters are unique. We are the only Fire Department in our zone that holds full fire academies for our new hires. New hires spend a minimum of 8 weeks full time additional training making sure we are ready to serve the public to the highest standard. Training starts with Physical Conditioning that tests the employees ability to perform under the physical and mental stress the job demands. Training includes three main disciplines: Hose, Ladders and Ventilation. Structural Firefighting, Wildland Firefighting, Confined Space, Rope Rescue, Swift Water, Vehicle Rescue, Live Fire Operations and Paramedic Skills are just some of the other required performance topics that our Recruits are expected to learn and know. This is only the start of there continued on-the-job training. Congratulations on your success as our most newly graduated academy!

The Oceanside Firefighters Association, IAFF LOCAL 3736, is a union membership of roughly 100 individuals who work as firefighters, engineers and captains with the Oceanside Fire Department. Although a separate entity than the Fire Department, the OFA works collaboratively with the fire department administration, operations and prevention to promote safety and fire prevention within the community.  The OFA is proud of our Oceanside community and hosts multiple fundraisers to support community organizations including the annual charity golf contest, surf contest and our pancake breakfast during harbor days. Proceeds from all of these events are donated back to our community organizations.  As members of the International Association of Firefighters and the California Professional Firefighters, the association is active in the political arena at the local, state and national level to preserve the safety and welfare of its members.