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Aaron C. James
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Lives in:
PO Box 1244 Rockwell, NC 28138
Bostian Heights Fire Dept., Station 41
Years of public service:
7 months
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Currently I have no qualifications. Right now im in RCCC Fire Academy Class 11.
Areas of expertise:
I live in a small town with my wife of 5 years and two kids. I graduated from A.L. Brown high school. I am currently employed in construction and looking forward to beginning a career as a firefighter.

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At 11:00am on September 8, 2009, Rick Lasky said…
...persistance, passion, and meeting with those that have done it already to gain some insight as to how they did it. Each region is a little different so it's hard to come up with exact info, but whoever it is might want to think about getting their FFI and EMT out of the way and depending on the area, their paramedic cert next. That's huge down here. Good luck!
At 9:03pm on September 5, 2009, Baxter L Miller III said…
I carry a pro bar haligan tool ( 24 inch) and a TIC. In my bunkers on my right side I have a pair of large wire cutters. I have studied the way I fall and found that I fall to the left so that is why I carry my cutters on my right side.
At 9:02pm on September 4, 2009, Baxter L Miller III said…
Its great to get you here now take the time and become a student of the Fire Service.

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