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Here, we’re hoping to post relevant content related to first responders of all kinds. The information we share is valuable – but also helps our team stay involved in the community.

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Q&A with Paul Olesniewicz

In the long run people don’t know where they end up in life. When we are 18 young and beautiful the world is open to interpretation. Along the road that path narrows down where complications [...]

Where Do We Bronze!!

Julian Ybarra, Journalist Injected Media (Tucson, Arizona – May 9, 2017) Paul Olesniewicz, CEO/Artist of 9-1-1 Sculpture, he has spent 32 years serving as a firefighter all over Arizona, 27 [...]

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Keywords in our community!

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