M. O. S. : Member of The Service C.B. Garris

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Published: October 27th 2006

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409 pages


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M. O. S. : Member of The Service  by  C.B. Garris

M. O. S. : Member of The Service by C.B. Garris
October 27th 2006 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 409 pages | ISBN: | 6.60 Mb

While a profound and much deserved amount of attention has been directed towards the firefighters and police officers who were affected by the events of September 11, 2001- seldom has there been any attention provided to the often unrecognizedMoreWhile a profound and much deserved amount of attention has been directed towards the firefighters and police officers who were affected by the events of September 11, 2001- seldom has there been any attention provided to the often unrecognized rescuer who bears the title of Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic.

These very special people have routinely been referred too simply as emergency workers, rather than by the title they continuously demonstrate by the nature of their very trying profession. M. O. S.: Member of the Service, pulled from my 18 years of experience in 911 emergency and public safety services, was assembled to provide deeper insight into the mind of one such New York City 911 Emergency Medical Technician/Paramedic.Inspired by true events in New York City pre-September 11th, a Paramedic of NYC EMS finds his world suddenly turned upside down by a series of in-the-line-of-duty events.

In an effort to understand what brought him there, he begins reconnecting the events in his work and personal life that created this unforeseen scenario. Facing daily crises and how they apply to how he entered this line of work, readers are also shown the closeness by which is felt and experienced working in such close proximity to those who face death and destruction together as a team daily.

Comforted and kept together by his female mate, readers are taken through the sometimes playing field and often minefield of emergency medical services in New York City- and what it means to be a Member of the Service.This book was created to share the human condition of 911 EMTs and paramedics, their camaraderie, bravery and skill.

Although September 11, 2001, claimed at least eight lives of these specialized rescuers, not even this was enough to direct attention toward the New York City Emergency Technicians and Paramedics who lost their lives daily or were permanently scarred in the line of duty. The title of Hero for those that died and those that are out there every day risking their lives to save others existed long before September 10th changed calendar days, and this book is an offering to share that view.



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