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City of Boston FD
Years of public service:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Improved delivery of training to 1600 members
Fire Instructor I
Fire Officer II
MA Certification Examiner
Massachusetts Fire Training Council, Pro-Board Certified- Rescue Technician / Rope rescue
Structural Collapse Technician
FEMA, US&R Team: MA TF1 since 1995, Alt. Squad Officer since 2007. Deployed 9-11-01 to the Trade Center.
Task Force 1 Instructor
Instructor/Owner for PL Vulcan Fire Training Concepts
Boston Fire Academy 1986
CT Fire academy, FFI, FFII & FFIII; 1983
Northeastern Univ. B.S.B.A., Management/Transportation 1985
Bunker Hill CC, Associate in Fire Science, 1991
and more if your interested, email me :)
Topics you provide training for:
Aerial Ladder operation and tactics
Rope Rescue/Tech. rescue
Gas school, MA Fire Academy
Recruit program, MA Fire Academy
Maritime FF School, MA Fire Academy
Areas of expertise:
Ladder company operation
Volunteer FF Naugatuck, CT 1980-1986
Boston Fire since 1986, Engine 22 and Ladder 10
LT 1991, L14, L26 from 1992 to 2004, R2 2004 to 2005
Capt. 2005, L25 2006-2007, L26 Sept.2007 to Aug. 2008. Tower Ladder 10 August 2008 to present.
Wife June, two boys, Patrick and Adam
It was great to see you in Indy its always a pleasure. Saw Steve and Mike this weekend in the city seems like they had a good time. Ask Steve to show you the template for the Halligan, I think you will like it.
Hi Pat, Thanks for the "Welcome", always looking for usefull info to bring to work, and it looks like I'll find some here! Good to hear from you and be safe out there! p.s. Does Tom ever answer his Nextel?
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