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Lives in:
Cape Coral, FL
Cape Coral Fire Department
Battalion Chief-Training
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Experience level of department due to mass retirement.
Professional Qualifications:
EFO Graduate
Topics you provide training for:
Command & Control
Incident Safety Officer
Strategy & Tactics
Survival & RIT

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At 8:05am on October 24, 2008, Al Duffy said…
Hey John how have you been? Not too much going on around here, waiting to see what the future holds for us. How are things up in Lee County? Pink gear.....??? I guess we're trying a more "calming affect" Good hearing from you. Stay safe and keep in touch !
At 10:08pm on October 21, 2008, Todd McKee said…

Excellent HazMat pictures! May I respectfully ask that you join the the group called Unique HazMat Incidents. This is a topic that I will be speaking about at the 2009 FDIC. I would love to hear what you have to say regarding some of our topics! Feel free to post some pictures or any incidents you been involved with.
Todd McKee
At 7:59pm on October 21, 2008, John Bierling said…
Hello Chief Spicuzza,
I would like to send you some information about Incident Command Training which is critical to success when bad things happen. Would you please send your email address so I can send this information to you.
John Bierling

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