Talking Proud Photo Gallery - First Responders - Ready to Go!

Whatever not takes, we'll do it. They respond because life matters.


C'mon, c'mon, move it, move it. Two Boston firefighters died today while battling a wind-whipped nine-alarm blaze that raced through a rowhouse in the city’s fashionable Back Bay neighborhood. They risk their very lives for us.


You have no idea. To those who criticize us, I wish you would try to understand what we go through.


On the scene. Flight nurses and doctors.


911 dispatcher, our first hope. Dispatch center works with Next Generation 911 to route text, calls, and other digital requests for help to emergency responders be able to help those in need.


Often first line of defense. Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) educates individuals about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations.


Navajo Crew fighting forest fire. For the Navajo Nation Fire & Rescue Services, the control and mitigation of fires historically has been and currently still is the sole purpose of its existence, and a key component in the philosophy and mission statement of the organization.


Ready to go! Yep that's the way it looks in a trauma room!

Saved him!


Don't fool yourself, the nurses care. Nurses after their patient suffered a miscarriage.


Arrow head cop! Giving the kids in hospital a good laugh.

Hang on, it's all okay. Caught in a flood, they came and got him out.


Never forget our Law Enforcement Fallen. By my count, 140 Fallen in the line of duty in 2016.


You're safe now pooch! This fireman was able to save this dog