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smokeross
08-07-2011, 11:33
Positions open in Kenai, Alaska. You know, the place where you can catch a King Salmon as large as your boat. $5300 a month and all the Brown Bears you can hose with the shotgun. 3 killed just last month in town by cops.
Front Site Resort walking distance from my house. We can go shoot all YOUR guns and ammo whenever I feel like it.:supergrin: Just be sure to bring Vigilant, Hack, and Dragoon up with you for a visit when you get hired on. Hell bring them to the interview. Should be enough right there to get the job, just knowing those Worthies.

razdog76
08-07-2011, 12:02
Any lateral transfer benefits?

smokeross
08-07-2011, 12:17
Any lateral transfer benefits?
How would I know. I just repeated what I saw in the paper. Better call the K.P.D. 907 283 7879

m2hmghb
08-07-2011, 12:19
How would I know. I just repeated what I saw in the paper. Better call the K.P.D. 907 283 7879

He might have thought you worked for the department :wavey: Thanks for posting it Ross. Enjoy the nice weather, while it lasts:supergrin:

MeefZah
08-07-2011, 12:36
Web page does not have any info about laterals, but here is chief's email:

gsandahl@ci.kenai.ak.us


Gus Sandahl

Hack
08-07-2011, 13:44
Gotta retire from this one first.:)

smokeross
08-07-2011, 13:54
Gotta retire from this one first.:)
Or take a much needed vacation. I'll loan you a fish pole. Later, after you've cleaned the catch, we can walk back to Front Site and blast holes in their targets with my hand cannons.:whistling:

smokeross
08-07-2011, 13:57
He might have thought you worked for the department :wavey: Thanks for posting it Ross. Enjoy the nice weather, while it lasts:supergrin:
The best weather starts in November. That's when we fork the sno goes and tear across the terrain on those 140 horse power, snow shredding machines.:cool:

Vigilant
08-07-2011, 14:17
If I were a couple decades younger, I would give it some serious thought. Not having gone to Alaska in my younger years is one of the few regrets that I have.

glock21xxx
08-07-2011, 14:18
This for anyone? Or just current LEO's?

Hack
08-07-2011, 16:39
Or take a much needed vacation. I'll loan you a fish pole. Later, after you've cleaned the catch, we can walk back to Front Site and blast holes in their targets with my hand cannons.:whistling:

Would love to. But, the family in NY is calling for next year with my kid and her cousins graduating.:supergrin:

smokeross
08-08-2011, 11:39
This for anyone? Or just current LEO's?
IIRC. the ad had 2 pay scales. One for current, and another for new. Shoot an email to the link a few posts up and ask. Good luck.

A6Gator
08-08-2011, 12:41
I wonder if they'll take a part-time guy. 6 months in Kenai during the summer and 6 months in Maui starting in October...:supergrin:

Pvt.snoballz
08-08-2011, 14:47
what would be a good time to call...im on the other side of the country so im gonna need to plan this a bit lol.

anything regarding non-certifieds?

trifecta
08-08-2011, 20:34
Looks like the position closed on 5 August.

Vigilant
08-08-2011, 20:38
I wonder if they'll take a part-time guy. 6 months in Kenai during the summer and 6 months in Maui starting in October...:supergrin:

I made a marriage proposal similar to that once: Married in the winter, single in the summer. It was not well received. :supergrin:

vanilla_gorilla
08-09-2011, 07:13
Sounds like a lot of fun, but I don't know how I or my wife would handle Alaska cold. I'm a native Florida boy.