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Jeff Wharton
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  • Strasburg, VA
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Lives in:
Strasburg, Va.
Department:
Fairfax County Fire & Rescue
Title/rank:
Lieutenant
Years of public service:
25
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Battalion training officer, Instructor 3, Haz Mat Technician, Swift water certified, extrication instructor, R.I.T instructor, Speciality Services instructor, Safety officer, 1403 instructor,
Topics you provide training for:
R.I.T
Vehicle Extrication (basic, advance, bus, large vehicles, farm machinery, industrial machinery, trains)
Speciality Service for Heavy rescue's
Areas of expertise:
Extensive background in vehicle extrication and R.I.T operations. I have been riding one of the busiest Rescue's in Fairfax County Fire & Rescue for 25 years.
Mechanic
Salesman of Heavy Rescue Tools
Bio:
I have been involved with the fire and rescue business since i was 14 years old. In the process of writing a book on vehicle extrication. I have 22 years of experience in teaching vehicle extrication. I am a Lieutenant on Res1cue in Fairfax County. I just started a web site, which still is under construction, but can be viewed at AllStarRescue.com. The web page should be up an running by the end of summer 2011.
Web site:
http://AllStarRescue.com

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