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J. McCaffrey
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  • Tucson, AZ
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Department:
Drexel Heights Fire District
Title/rank:
Captain / Paramedic
Years of public service:
15
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Staying pro-active during the financial hardships that are coming

I am a new officer that is looking for training ideas with the younger generation's culture in mind
Professional Qualifications:
Fire Instructor I,II, and instructor/evaluator.Fire vand EMS instructor for Arizona community colleges
Bio:
I have been a core instructor for our Fire Academies throughout the years and have been an instructor in many EMS areas

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At 8:43pm on November 22, 2009, Andrew DeLair said…
i can send you additional picteres via E-mail if your interested. i would of course need that e-mail address. This tool is rather unique. I've received alot of response from fire depts.,training acadamies, and i've received good praise as to it's merit,many believe it's needed. I'ts getting them on the trucks and through city budgets that is difficult. I've sent you a friend request and hope we can stay in contact. thanks
At 4:30pm on November 22, 2009, Andrew DeLair said…
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At 6:13pm on November 20, 2009, Andrew DeLair said…
My Chief here in Saginaw Mi, is E. Dean Holland. He was a chief in Arizona for many years you may know him.
At 6:03pm on November 20, 2009, Andrew DeLair said…
You may be interested in my vertical ventilation step. I have some acadamys interested in teaching their recruits with this. Let me know what you think thanks Andrew DeLair
 
 
 

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