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When there’s something flaming in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? Firefighters! If you’re kitten’s scared, and it doesn’t look good, who you gonna call? Firefighters! they’re not  afraid of no smoke! That’s right, where there’s fire, there’s a firefighter there to put it out . Senior Airman Darius Kirk, a 612th Air Base Squadron firefighter, ensures he as well as his brothers- and sisters-in-arms are prepared to march into a blaze at all times. When he’s not battling real world events, training plays a key role in mission readiness for Kirk. Ensuring all equipment is good to go at a moment’s notice, Kirk performs inspections on equipment and simulates exercises throughout the week that would be vital to successfully saving lives. Keep up the good work SrA Kirk--you’re on fire!
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When there’s something flaming in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? Firefighters! If you’re kitten’s scared, and it doesn’t look good, who you gonna call? Firefighters! they’re not afraid of no smoke! That’s right, where there’s fire, there’s a firefighter there to put it out . Senior Airman Darius Kirk, a 612th Air Base Squadron firefighter, ensures he as well as his brothers- and sisters-in-arms are prepared to march into a blaze at all times. When he’s not battling real world events, training plays a key role in mission readiness for Kirk. Ensuring all equipment is good to go at a moment’s notice, Kirk performs inspections on equipment and simulates exercises throughout the week that would be vital to successfully saving lives. Keep up the good work SrA Kirk--you’re on fire!


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