Triple Fer’s believe that to be a firefighter is a privilege. We understand that we represent less than 4% of the fire service and are therefore role models to other women who may someday follow in our footsteps. As such, we will strive to conduct ourselves with honor and dignity, on and off duty, with our families, significant others, friends, and crew.
Triple Fer’s will support their sisters and brothers and be a uniting force within their departments. We will actively seek out training in firefighting and will not wait for someone else to provide it. We will protect our sisters and brothers and our communities while treating each other with compassion. Through study and practice, we strive to have triple focus on mind, body and spirit in order to be a better asset to our crew and fire department.
The women of Triple F understand that we are rescuers and consciously choose to risk ourselves so that others may live. We will endeavor to carry courage into all aspects of our life- physically, emotionally, and spiritually. We will strive to live selflessly for our families and communities, and when we die, we will go out like warriors, with a heart free of fear and full of love for the world.
Photo Credit: Mag Hood Photography
Triple F'er Pictured:
Lieutenant Julie Baglole
She has served the Village of Gagetown FD in New Brunswick, Canada since 2016.
- Firefighter Level 1
- Medical First Responder
- EFF (Wildland Firefighting)