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Lives in:
New Egypt, NJ
Hamilton Twp. Fire District #9
Captain / Training Officer
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Staffing, Regionalization/Consolidation, continued training
Professional Qualifications:
NJ Level 2 Instructor, NJ Fire Official, NJ EMT
Topics you provide training for:
Engine Company Operations, Vehicle Extrication, RIT
Areas of expertise:
Engine Company Operations, Vehicle Extrication, RIT
I have an unwavering passion for the fire service. I'm a career fire captain inHamilton Twp. NJ with 25 years in the fire service. I previously served as the Chief of the New Egypt Vol. Fire Co. and currently serve on the Plumsted Twp. Board of Fire Commissioners. I'm a member of the NJ Training & Education RIT curriculum committee and am an instructor at the Mercer County Fire Academy. I have had the privilege to teach firefighters across the country at several major training events including FDIC and FDIC East. I own On Scene Training Associates, LLC.
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It Only Takes One: The Ego Driven Firefighter

It Only Takes One: The Ego Driven Firefighter

By: Captain Aaron J. Heller

I believe that we in the fire service are truly blessed to live out many a child’s dream. We are still the one profession where people know and understand that our top priority is to help them in their most dire time of need. Collectively we have demonstrated this countless times throughout our storied history and we will continue to write amazing chapters to that in the future. Whether we consider it fortunate…


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At 3:37pm on July 6, 2017, Greg Wyant said…

Not on here much?? This site should be more popular than FB

At 7:57pm on August 31, 2015, Joseph Kitchen said…

Thanks for the note Aaron. Be safe.

At 9:03pm on November 11, 2008, Jay Blake said…

How are things?

At 4:01pm on July 2, 2008, Greg Wild said…
Aaron, Glad all is well. Were going to NY next week, so no convention. And, with some other things going on, I can't make Balto. either. It sure would be nice, but no go this year. Maybe we can get together in the fall and hoist some. STay safe.
At 5:49pm on June 25, 2008, Ben Marler said…
Hey Bubba, How's tings in Joisey. It's so hot down here, it makes me wish I was back on the Jersey Shore drinking a cold one with all the other FOOLS. Ben. FTM-PTB
At 8:36am on June 25, 2008, Greg Wild said…
Hey Bro,
How are things?
At 8:46pm on June 8, 2008, Brian Arnold said…
Got the F-troop update. You will have to fill me in on that's Jersey? Still dodging tornado's down here. Stay safe bro.
At 9:01pm on May 28, 2008, Steve Gooley said…
Welcome to the site. Take a look at the New Jersey group located at Feel free to join and make it your own.
At 7:23am on April 28, 2008, David Jurado said…
It's been fun. I'm done with teh fire Academy may 22, but i must admit i'd made some really good friends there. As well as the instructors which are gret.
joining this brother hood is the best thing i ever did.

Stay safe and in touch.
At 7:11pm on April 27, 2008, Ric Jorge said…
Aaron ... howzit bro! Good to see you boucnin round in here, hope to see you in Seattle. I missed Indy this year, it coincided with my kids spring break ... priorities, you know how it is. Laters bro, stay in touch it's always good to see or hear from you.

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