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I have been in the fire service since 1993, currently serving as a Fire Lieutenant in the City of Concord, NH, where I've worked since 2000. I previously worked and volunteered for several other NH departments, getting my start at the Meadowood County Area Fire Department & Fire Training Center.
I am a Senior Staff Instructor at the New Hampshire Fire Academy and have worked as an adjunct professor in the Fire Science program at Lakes Region Community College; I have also assisted with Hands-On Training (H.O.T.) at Firehouse Expo in Baltimore, MD and taught several week-long programs in South America. I'm the President of the Fire Instructors & Officers Association of New Hampshire and a member of IAFF Local #3195.
hola chris que alegria saber de ti espero este muy bien ivan me escribio a cerca del curso claro que me encantaria que mi departamento de bomberos me apoye para ir a capacitarme en mas tecnicas de combate contra incendio pero estoy tan confundido de que mismo debo hacer sobre todo el asunto economico es el que mas me tiene pensando como tu has de acordarte vengo de una familia de bomberos claro no tan preparados como yo lo estoy ahora mi familia esta muy contenta con la noticia de las posibilidades de ir a entrenar y aprender mucho mas mi esposa e hijo le envian abrazos y besos a la distancia esperando saber mas informacion del curso y saber de ustedes su amigo alex
Chris Johnson of g******** guayaquil ecuador waiting for this either a union of their families and friends who will with such emergencies I imagine that super busy wishing to receive their comments to his friend the distance alex acosta
Hey Chris, what a surprise!
thanks, it has been a very strange time in our FD right now. Ray's death has really shcocked everyone.
I am looking forward to seeing you in N.H> soon.
Laters bro, stay low and stay strong.
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