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Keenan Mulvaney
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  • Fairbanks, AK
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University of Alaska Fire Department
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Training and education, firefighter safety.
Professional Qualifications:
State of Alaska/ IFSAC Firefighter II
State of Alaska EMT 3
University Fire Department EMT 3 Advanced
University Fire Department Driver/ Operator: Aerial, Pumper, Rescue, Tender.
State of Alaska/ IFSAC Haz-mat Operations level
Topics you provide training for:
Basic Firefighter Skills, Pump Operator, Arial Operator, Department specific low angle rope rescue systems. Emergency Vehicle Operation
Areas of expertise:
Emergency Medical Services, Rope Rescue.
Joined the University Fire Department in June 2006. C-shift Engineer.

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My Memory of the Chief

>I wrote this about the Chief late at night, a few hours after I found out he had passed. It has been three days since then and this is the first time I have let this out.

21 November 2008

Today is the first time in my young career as a fireman that I have had to deal with losing one of our own. It was not to fire, an apparatus accident or a heart attack on the job. It was not one of these but it is no less heart breaking. It is no less devastating, personally or… Continue

Posted on November 23, 2008 at 10:30pm — 2 Comments

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