How To Become a Firefighter in Alaska

Colloquially labeled “non-contiguous,” America’s second to last addition as its single biggest land mass once dubbed ‘Seward’s Folly’, and it has made far bigger fools of doubting news media and U.S. citizens since its 1959 acquisition at 2 cents per acre. However, Alaska is technically not detached from the rest of us in spatial terms. [...]

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How To Become a Firefighter in Connecticut

Connecticut is the southernmost state of the New England area, and it’s the location of Hartford, the fourth largest city in the state. Hartford has many points of interest, such as Bushnell Park, the Connecticut Science Center and the Mark Twain House and Museum. Connecticut has had such notable people as actor Michael J. Fox, [...]

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How To Become a Firefighter in Arkansas

Contradictory to the stereotypes and prejudiced images of vast wastelands filled with banjo pickin’ hillbillies and abject poverty in backwoods, Arkansas may be the nation’s best kept secret as a God-given universe of diverse gifts. Besides a broad cross-section of cultural attractions that exist in a wide mix of theaters and athletic venues, many American [...]

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How To Become a Firefighter in Hawaii

How To Become a Firefighter in Hawaii

Hawaii is nicknamed the “Paradise of the Pacific” for good reason. It’s surrounded by gorgeous beaches, beautiful ocean sides, tropical vegetation and majestic cliffs. As one of the largest metropolitan area, this culturally diverse state makes it easy to feel at home. There are more than 100 renowned beaches in Hawaii, many of which draw [...]

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How to Become a Firefighter in Pennsylvania

How to Become a Firefighter in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania - Known variously as America’s “Keystone” or “Quaker” State, perhaps the most fitting nickname for Pennsylvania is the “State of Independence.” Current residents of Pennsylvania continue living that long legacy today amid topographic landscapes of over 60 percent forestry amid scenic beauty of wildlife. That beneficial aspect has an inherent drawback of increased incidence [...]

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