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Lives in:
Colorado
Department:
Large City Department in The Rockies
Title/rank:
Fireman
Years of public service:
since 2001
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter, Rescue Company Operations, Fire Instructor
Bio:
37 year old male
Assigned to City Heavy Rescue Company

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At 9:49pm on March 2, 2010, Jeffrey John Collins said…
Roger that, my bad. I'll get that straight. Thank you.
At 8:26am on December 20, 2008, Tony Tricarico said…
10-4 PJ, looking forward to hearing from you
Tony
At 1:09pm on November 20, 2008, Robert Galione said…
as long as im breathing....lol....wont be riding the big red fire wagon anymore....but i'll be around
At 3:10pm on October 27, 2008, Robert Galione said…
I'll be around....just give jimmy the details and I'll be there.
At 11:00am on October 19, 2008, Daryl Liggins said…
Hey PJ, It was nice to have a beer with you and Vinny.
At 6:22pm on September 22, 2008, Sandy Lasa said…
Hey PJ,
Couldn't make it this year too many things going on.. Hopefully next year. See you in DEC
At 4:55pm on September 22, 2008, FDTN said…
Hey PJ--We realize people want to split the 2 pieces of equipment but have found that it always leads to mistakes. We used to give the Officer the rope but found that distracted him too much so we gave that job to the Air/Nav. The Air is simply drug along until the victim is located--which is where the rope is handed off--and the air/nav moves up to secure the air. The Officer MUST focus on his crew, communication, the progress of the plan, and the environment (doesn't sound like much but under realistic conditions it's a bunch). Training brings things to a pretty realistic place but the one person that is truly short changed is the Officer because his decision making is not tested as it would be for real. The discipline to stay away from the victim and MANAGE and COMMUNICATE is critical -- and not likely to happen unless it has been absolutely drilled into him during training. None of us multi-task well on the fireground -- we all think we do but history repeatedly shows we don't.
At 10:49pm on August 16, 2008, Anthony Viverito said…
Hey , sorry I took so long to get back to ya, I work in Engine 290 In East NY ,Brooklyn
Stay safe.
Anthony
At 8:06pm on April 16, 2008, Alex Streichenwein said…
P.J.
Im assigned to Squad 61. I see your from Colorado Springs, my brother lives in Denver. I was out there last year for some skiing and buffing with Denver FD.
At 7:03pm on April 15, 2008, JAMES SANDAS said…
P.J.
Hope the weather in Denver is nicer than this past week. I was in Denver last Thursday when it snowed. Looking forward to seeing you next week. Where in Denver will we be heading to? Let me know if you get a chance.
jim sandas
 
 
 

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