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Lives in:
Rural West Tennessee
Gilt Edge Volunteer Fire Department
Chief of Department
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Staffing and Recruitment
Professional Qualifications:
Designated CFO and CTO through the CPSE, HazMat Tech and IC, Firefighter II, Instructor III, Pump Driver/Operator, Airport Firefighter, Fire Officer IV, Incident Safety Officer, Fire Investigator, Fire Inspector II, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture.
Topics you provide training for:
Operations with Limited Staffing, Rural Firefighting Considerations, Incident Command, Leadership, Management, and Volunteer FD specific applications of Leadership and Management.
Areas of expertise:
Leadership, Command, Volunteer Fire Service Management, Strategy and Tactics in Limited Staffing Situations.
Brandon Fletcher is a 21-year student of the fire service and a second-generation firefighter with a background as a volunteer and career firefighter in rural, suburban, and airport/industrial settings. He earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Tennessee at Martin, is a designated Chief Fire Officer through the Center for Public Safety Excellence, and is a member of the Institution of Fire Engineers. He currently serves as the Fire Chief of the Gilt-Edge Volunteer Fire Department in the western part of Tennessee.
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