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Duon Ladner
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Lives in:
Pass Christian, MS
D'Iberville Fire Department
Firefighter/Shift Training Officer
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
University of Southern Mississippi
Bachelor's Degree 12/2014
Major: Business Administration

Job Related Training:
Mississippi State Fire Academy:
-Firefighter 1 & 2
-Driver Operator/Pumper
-Fire Officer 1 & 2
-Fire Service Instructor 1
-Fire and Life Safety Educator 1 & 2
-Rope Rescue Tech. 1 & 2
-Confined Space
-Firefighter Intervention Rescue Survival Techniques
-Trench Rescue
-Hazmat Tech. 1
-Fire Department Safety Officer
-Surface and Swiftwater Rescue Tech. 1 & 2
-Fireground Leadership

FEMA: Incident Command System
-ICS 100
-ICS 200
-ICS 300
-ICS 400
-ICS 700
-ICS 800

Homeland Security Training:
-Overland Search and Rescue (Sartech 2)
-Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (New Mexico Tech 32-hours)

EMS Training:
With nine and a half years of fire related experience between volunteer and paid departments, I have learned the value of public service and working as a team to achieve a goal. In my career, I continue to maintain a high level of motivation, not only personal, but also professionally with and by my coworkers to do our very best. I strive to attain the knowledge and skills needed to ensure the security and protection of not only myself, but that also of my crew and the communities where I serve. As a Senior Firefighter I have worked in place of Engineer on my shift when needed. I have driven and operated both our Engine and Ladder Truck for many different types of calls from medicals, multi vehicle collisions, to many types of fires. I have assisted with Company Business Inspections as well as sat in on interview boards for new hires. A few highlights of my career to date is I am part of the Mississippi Office of Homeland Security Task Force (MSTF-3) and as of August 2017 I was made my Shift Training Officer by my Shift Captain.

Duon Ladner's Blog

Bridging the Gap

“Bridging the Gap”

Today’s Fire Service is made up of a multitude of leaders. Those leaders are made up of people from different ethnic backgrounds, religious beliefs, and generations. The majority of the Generations span from “Generation-X” to “Millennials”. These brave men and women bring different lifestyles and experience to the table. Some however share different thoughts about the others. If you listen to different podcasts or read different articles some Gen-Xers believe…


Posted on March 26, 2018 at 4:34pm

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