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As a fire captain I regularly face incidents involving illness, injury, death, danger and disaster. I deal with life-threatening situations and strangers count on me to help them during some of the worst moments of their lives.

Not only must I be prepared to direct the actions necessary to handle these situations but I am ultimately responsible for the safety of my firefighters and the citizens that I serve while doing so. My job can be physically and emotionally overwhelming.

Scientology has given me the knowledge and skills to deal with all aspects of life. I am able to think clearly and calmly in any situation. This makes me very effective in assisting others and avoiding mistakes in dangerous environments.

Scientology has given me the ability to communicate, solve problems, organize and be productive. These are VITAL tools for living which I have used to improve my relationships with others. I have been able to achieve more than I ever hoped for and, more importantly, I have gained an increased awareness and a greater understanding of myself spiritually. And that is the most rewarding experience of all.

Cory S. Trammell
Fire Captain


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