"It's funny that all the basic skill sets that we mention here are proficiencies that firefighters can build while on duty, in service and on the back ramp of the fire station. Almost every FD in the country has some sort of vehicle and…"
Mar 2, 2010
Doug McGlynn is now a member of Fire Engineering Training Community
Instructor I & II
Live Fire Instructor
HAZMAT State Certified
Trench Tech, Rope Tech, ConSpace Tech, VMR
AS Degree in Fire Science from Palm Beach State College
Inspector State Certified
State Certified Paramedic
Topics you provide training for:
Initial Company Operations
Areas of expertise:
FD Customer Service
Company Level Leadership
Born and raised on Long Island, NY as 1 of 5 sons of an NYPD officer. My uncles were all New York City cops and my two cousins work for FDNY. Moved to Fl in 1989 in my sophmore year of high school. Married my best friend (HS sweetheart), joined the fire department, raising two beautiful kids (1 girl, 1 boy) and the rest is history in progress.
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