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Josh pulling an inspiring pose .

One of over 100 Thorus Rocket Pod Terminus ports leading into Grand Central, Big Junction (Mars, Corporate Era).

One of over 100 Thorus Rocket Pod Terminus ports leading into Grand Central, Big Junction (Mars, Corporate Era).

TRAIN HARD DO WORK   Rain sleet or snow.....oh wait that's postal service. Except they take off at night and on holidays and can't seem to be in any kind of a hurry. We're in the business of saving lives. That's the way it has always been. So what if it's gonna be colder than seven hells? Bunker up and man up.  #firedontcare #quityourbitching #nodaysoff #salty #oldschool #samerules #trainharddowork #betterthanyesterday  ___________________________________________  Want to be featured? Show…

TRAIN HARD DO WORK Rain sleet or snow.....oh wait that's postal service. Except they take off at night and on holidays and can't seem to be in any kind of a hurry. We're in the business of saving lives. That's the way it has always been. So what if it's gonna be colder than seven hells? Bunker up and man up. #firedontcare #quityourbitching #nodaysoff #salty #oldschool #samerules #trainharddowork #betterthanyesterday ___________________________________________ Want to be featured? Show…

U.S. Army Rangers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, fire at an enemy bunker during Task Force Training on Camp Roberts, Calif., Feb. 1, 2014. (Spc. Steven Hitchcock/U.S. Army Flickr)

U.S. Army Rangers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, fire at an enemy bunker during Task Force Training on Camp Roberts, Calif., Feb. 1, 2014. (Spc. Steven Hitchcock/U.S. Army Flickr)

FIREFIGHTER FITNESS  #Repost @ffighter82_kcco  A little workout with bunker pants the other night in preparation for the American Lung Association "Fight For Air" stairclimb.  Let's just say that was rough.  Want to be featured? Show us how you train hard and do work   Use #555fitness in your post. You can learn more about us and our charity by visiting WWW.555FITNESS.ORG  #fire #fitness #firefighter #firefighterfitness #firehouse #buildingastrongerbrotherhood #workout #ems #engine #truckie…

FIREFIGHTER FITNESS #Repost @ffighter82_kcco A little workout with bunker pants the other night in preparation for the American Lung Association "Fight For Air" stairclimb. Let's just say that was rough. Want to be featured? Show us how you train hard and do work Use #555fitness in your post. You can learn more about us and our charity by visiting WWW.555FITNESS.ORG #fire #fitness #firefighter #firefighterfitness #firehouse #buildingastrongerbrotherhood #workout #ems #engine #truckie…

In 1996, I climbed down into an abandoned army bunker with a cheap electronic flash and illuminated every corner of the interior while the camera sat on a tripod. The result was a print exposing a dark space hidden deep underground as if lit by daylight. I worked to expose more hidden spaces: tunnels, closed hospitals, and abandoned factories. I found myself wandering the city at night collecting architectural images, mixing flashes with ambient light. Finally, I wandered into concerts and…

In 1996, I climbed down into an abandoned army bunker with a cheap electronic flash and illuminated every corner of the interior while the camera sat on a tripod. The result was a print exposing a dark space hidden deep underground as if lit by daylight. I worked to expose more hidden spaces: tunnels, closed hospitals, and abandoned factories. I found myself wandering the city at night collecting architectural images, mixing flashes with ambient light. Finally, I wandered into concerts and…

In 1996, I climbed down into an abandoned army bunker with a cheap electronic flash and illuminated every corner of the interior while the camera sat on a tripod. The result was a print exposing a dark space hidden deep underground as if lit by daylight. I worked to expose more hidden spaces: tunnels, closed hospitals, and abandoned factories. I found myself wandering the city at night collecting architectural images, mixing flashes with ambient light. Finally, I wandered into concerts and…

In 1996, I climbed down into an abandoned army bunker with a cheap electronic flash and illuminated every corner of the interior while the camera sat on a tripod. The result was a print exposing a dark space hidden deep underground as if lit by daylight. I worked to expose more hidden spaces: tunnels, closed hospitals, and abandoned factories. I found myself wandering the city at night collecting architectural images, mixing flashes with ambient light. Finally, I wandered into concerts and…

In 1996, I climbed down into an abandoned army bunker with a cheap electronic flash and illuminated every corner of the interior while the camera sat on a tripod. The result was a print exposing a dark space hidden deep underground as if lit by daylight. I worked to expose more hidden spaces: tunnels, closed hospitals, and abandoned factories. I found myself wandering the city at night collecting architectural images, mixing flashes with ambient light. Finally, I wandered into concerts and…

In 1996, I climbed down into an abandoned army bunker with a cheap electronic flash and illuminated every corner of the interior while the camera sat on a tripod. The result was a print exposing a dark space hidden deep underground as if lit by daylight. I worked to expose more hidden spaces: tunnels, closed hospitals, and abandoned factories. I found myself wandering the city at night collecting architectural images, mixing flashes with ambient light. Finally, I wandered into concerts and…

In 1996, I climbed down into an abandoned army bunker with a cheap electronic flash and illuminated every corner of the interior while the camera sat on a tripod. The result was a print exposing a dark space hidden deep underground as if lit by daylight. I worked to expose more hidden spaces: tunnels, closed hospitals, and abandoned factories. I found myself wandering the city at night collecting architectural images, mixing flashes with ambient light. Finally, I wandered into concerts and…

In 1996, I climbed down into an abandoned army bunker with a cheap electronic flash and illuminated every corner of the interior while the camera sat on a tripod. The result was a print exposing a dark space hidden deep underground as if lit by daylight. I worked to expose more hidden spaces: tunnels, closed hospitals, and abandoned factories. I found myself wandering the city at night collecting architectural images, mixing flashes with ambient light. Finally, I wandered into concerts and…

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