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Casey Clinkscales
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  • Anderson, SC
  • United States
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The Senior Man

Let's look back to our first day on the job or that very moment you received your gear after being voted into your local volunteer station or your first day at your career job. From those moments on there was always that person that's been on the job for quite a while, with years of experience that just took every new guy under their wing or anyone willing to listen. We can probably all look back and think about who our on the job mentors were or still are. They taught us about what it meant to…See More
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Profile Information

Lives in:
South Carolina
Department:
Irmo Fire District
Title/rank:
Firefighter
Years of public service:
10
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Topics you provide training for:
Engine Company Operations
Search and V.E.I.S Operations
Forcible Entry
Bio:
Began Fire Service Career back in Early 2007. Currently employed with the Irmo Fire District in Columbia, SC. Instructor with Upstate Rogues LLC.

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The Senior Man

Let's look back to our first day on the job or that very moment you received your gear after being voted into your local volunteer station or your first day at your career job. From those moments on there was always that person that's been on the job for quite a while, with years of experience that just took every new guy under their wing or anyone willing to listen. We can probably all look back and think about who our on the job mentors were or still are. They taught us about what it meant…

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