I don’t need to prove myself to a brand new member on this forum by answering a completely unrelated medical question. If you don’t believe that’s what I do for a living, I don’t really care. But you should know that I’m not the only paramedic on this forum, so in the name of community self checking, we will call you out when you spout off innacruate information and try to make yourself sound like a hero. Them having medical direction does nothing to help you out whatsoever; you’d have to be employed by them to fall under it. And I assure you they aren’t going to just throw you on the payroll because that opens them to a huge liability, and would likely also allow them to own the copyright to the photos you took while on the fire line, btw. Also, how are you going to obtain the drugs/medical equipment to work at the ALS level? You’d need a medical license from a medical director to obtain them, or you’d have to steal them from work. The average ALS jump bag has several thousand dollars of drugs and equipment in it, so even if you could legally obtain the items it would be cost prohibitive to do so. If you don’t want the opinions and knowledge of the forum and you’re just going to do your own thing anyway, why did you ask the question to begin with? Just looking for a bunch of photographers to tell you how amazing of an idea you had and how awesome you are?