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America's Female Firefighters

The pages of the AFF calendar are graced with ladies from across the United States, and all of which serve their communities as paid full-time firefighters. The women who are selected to be featured in the calendar exemplify good health, fitness and moral character, and are dedicated to their profession in the fire service. For our family of AFF ladies, it is not about being a "Calendar Girl", but rather being able to "GIVE BACK" and make a difference.

As many of our followers know, AFF made it in "Show Business". The television show Rescue Me contacted AFF back in 2006 to request a copy of the calendar, and since that time, the AFF calendar hangs on the wall in the kitchen of the firehouse, which is seen on every episode. We of course think they should have us on the show to personally autograph that calendar; but we are thankful to be seen weekly. "THANK YOU RESCUE ME"

Beyond the Calendar, AFF ladies give back further by serving as counselors at various burn camps within their communities, such as Brave Hearts Camp which they have been attending since 2003, Camp Amigo in northern Florida, The Children's Burn Foundation of Florida camp in Umatilla, FL. The firefighters who attend have been depicted by the young girls who attend as "their very own hereos", but the firefighters will tell a different story-explaining that it truly recharges your spirit and love for the job. As a firefighter it completes your circle, for on the job in the heat of the intense moments , you, without faulter rush in burning homes rescue occupants, then they are whisked away by a rescue to get the emergency medical care they need. But you rarely get the end of the story, just left wondering "what happened", though maybe not the same kids you rescued on the job, the affect is the same, provides you with restored hope that you can make a difference- one save at a time!! And that is all every firefighter hopes for.



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