In the 1980s, an army officer named Ken Clevenger, who went by the nickname KMe, used a small fire apparatus to put out fires that raged throughout the barracks.
The idea was that he could do this while keeping his firefighting skills sharp.
This was an extremely rare and unusual feat.
The only other American in the entire army was the late General John “Maj. Lee” Shaughnessy, who was the top firefighting officer.
KMe was a rarity, an individual who had the skills to put the lives of others at risk in the most spectacular of fire fights.
In the process, KMe became known for his uncanny ability to put a whole lot of fire out in one fell swoop.
As a fire fighter, Kme was known for being a perfectionist, not just a professional.
At his peak, KME was able to put down about 30 fires a day, using a combination of fire, water, and gas to extinguish the flames.
In fact, Kmes fire fighting skills were so well-known, that his nickname, the “Clevenger” was given to him.
At one point, K Me even had the ability to “kill” fires by simply holding a flamethrower up to them.
This ability has led to some people wondering if he actually used a flamer, but no, he never used a propane torch.
Kme also had the uncanny ability of getting people to put their bodies into a wall, which is something he would not do.
The flametheque is one of the most effective weapons in the world and it is used by some military personnel, who use it to knock down targets and stop fires.
K Me used it on himself and his wife, Karen, to stop a wildfire from spreading and killing their four dogs.
KMe was also known for not wearing anything that would distract others from his fire fighting abilities.
In one case, he had a hose attached to his neck so that he would get the fire under control.
If K Me had not used the flametext, the fires would have spread to a neighboring building, killing the firefighters there.
When he started a fire, Keme would often look out over the area and try to identify who was doing what, so that they would be able to get to the flames and stop them.
In addition, he would try to get the people who were still alive and running to safety, and he would use the flammable hose to push them out of the way, which would then allow the others to get out.
KME would often do this at night to distract the other firefighters who were working, and at one point he was caught trying to steal a gas mask from a firefighter.
After the fires were put out, K Mes family would return home to a sense of normalcy.
The KMe family moved to a new house in suburban Detroit.
It was there that KMe would spend the next four decades of his life.
The story of how K Me lived a life of absolute perfection has inspired a great deal of myth and legend.
One of the more well-worn tales is that K Me was an alcoholic and that he had trouble keeping his drinking under control, but there is also a rumor that Kme drank a lot.
The reality of KMe’s life is more complex and the story of his true accomplishments is far more complex.
Many people believe that KMes greatest achievement was to keep the fires burning until he was physically incapable of doing so.
He would do this by simply standing at the base of the flames, and using his flamestheque to extinguishing the flames with his bare hands.
Other people have also claimed that KME started the fires by using the flameless hose to blow smoke into the room.
While KMe did eventually drink, it was not until his death in 2005 that he died of alcohol poisoning.
During his lifetime, KM was known to drink and have a strong relationship with alcohol.
KM had a very close relationship with a man named Walter Siegel, who worked as a gas and propane engineer at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
In 1949, Km Siegel became K Me’s supervisor, and in the following years, he became KMes best friend.
K Mers closest friend was also a member of the military and he also helped K Me in his efforts to help save the lives and property of firefighters.
He died in 2003 at the age of 95.
There is no question that K M was a legend among his fellow firefighters.
While K Me is often depicted as being the perfect firefighter, he was no exception to this rule.
Even though KMe never drank, he also never had a normal job.
He was a fire marshal, a police officer, a mechanic, and even a mechanic for the federal government.
Km was an excellent mechanic,