Malton Fire Department/Recruitment

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Malton Fire Department
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Abbreviation: MFD
Group Numbers: 20+ and growing
Leadership: Structured Chain of Command
Goals: To Protect Lives and Property
Recruitment Policy: Join!
Contact: DEM Forum

Malton Fire Department

 Splitting zombie skulls may come naturally to Axe wielding Firefighters of the MFD
 and is certainly gratifying; but it's hard work. It has to be, we believe in earning our
 beer! So Firefighters, make zeds kiss your Axe, join the MFD! -Alex DeWitt

ALWAYS READY, PROUD TO SERVE

The Malton Fire Department is committed to protecting the people and property within its community. We will be responsive to the needs of our citizens by providing rapid, professional, humanitarian services essential to the health, safety and well being of the community. We will accomplish our mission through prevention, public education, fire suppression, training and other related emergency and non-emergency activities. We will actively participate in our community, serve as role models and strive to effectively and efficiently utilize all of the necessary resources at our command to provide a level of service deemed excellent by our citizens. We will work within the policy guidelines of the Department of Emergency Management and in full cooperation with the other organizations overseen by the DEM.

Goals

As a member of the Malton Fire Department, knocking down zeds is not your primary mission. Saving lives and securing property is. While frequently this is most expeditiously rendered by splitting open some undead skulls with your handy Axe, it is just as often handled by providing advice or first aid to a wounded survivor, adjust barricade strengths in key locations as needed, making revivification runs, etc.

We want to help survivors, well, survive. Our group is not designed as a strike team, or centered around some specific building or suburb. Members of the MFD seek to hold ourselves to a higher standard and to be vocal in our communities. Organizing around Fire Stations gives us regular points of contact in every suburb, and the concept of the Fire Department, as trained First Responders and emergency professionals, should give everyone we interact with generally the right idea about what we represent.

--Robbie McGregor (talk) 13:52, 21 May 2015 (UTC)

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