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Promotion Process

  • Emergency medical responders (EMR) have a training period to go through prior to being accepted as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). In order to be promoted from EMR to EMT, members have to be an EMR for at least 72 hours (3 days) AND need to have a total playtime of at least 8 hours (480 minutes). EMRs will be required to pass a written exam to be promoted to EMT. On a monthly basis, promotions to Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) and Paramedic will occur. 


  • To be promoted to AEMT, an EMT must remain active, provide enjoyable roleplay, uphold AFD values, and be able to lead when required. Applications are required. Promotions to AEMT will be offered as seen fit during the first week of the month. 


  • To be promoted to Paramedic, an AEMT must remain active, prove him or herself able to uphold the standards of the AFD, promote enjoyable roleplay, and be able to maintain a level head. Paramedics are expected to lead when necessary. Paramedics are part of the AFD staff, so they will participate in the promotion process and assist chiefs as needed.



  • EMRs who do not get promoted to EMT within 30 days will be removed from the AFD and must interview again. If an EMR fails the EMT exam 3 times they will be removed from the AFD for 30 days.


  • EMTs who do not play medic for 60 days will be subject to removal. Inactive EMTs who decide to return must do the entire interview process and serve an EMR period and pass the EMT exam to be promoted back to EMT.
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