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Date: 28th April 2017
This issue is all about animal rescue and the innovative methods used by brigades all over the country.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service Animal Rescue Manager Jim Green, helped develop ground-breaking techniques that saved the lives of thousands of animals and won the team an international reputation.
Cambridgeshire have been training firefighters how to use oxygen masks for pets, thanks to the charity ‘Smoky Paws’ and South Yorkshire fire service helped the oldest Polar bear in the country.
We also have a very interesting feature about a Hampshire firefighter who had no idea when he booked a romantic trip with his girlfriend that he would be embarking on a long-term relationship of a different kind.
As always, you lot have been up to some very interesting things in the name of charity; a mission to Nepal to deliver vital training, a fireman’s lift over hot coals and a firefighter who has completed twenty marathons in one year!
All this and our usual round up of News, Technology and Work Moves!