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Lives in:
Kernersville, NC
Department:
Greensboro Fire Dept. and Union Cross Fire Dept.
Title/rank:
Firefighter
Years of public service:
8 Years
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Moral, Organizational Structure, Highrise and Big Box Fires, and Selecting a new Chief
Professional Qualifications:
NC Firefighter II, NC HazMat Ops, NC VMR Rescue Tech, NC EMT-Basic, Level II Instructor-Firefighter I&II Qualified, and Rescue 3 SRT Level I.
Topics you provide training for:
Stress Management, Engine Co. Ops, Firefighter I & II
Areas of expertise:
Stress Management, Engine Co. Ops.
Bio:
I've been a firefighter for 8 years now, 3 of those with the Greensboro Fire Dept. I am currently stationed at E-52 C-Shift. We operate a straight 24-28 schedule. I have served as a volunteer and part time firefighter at the Union Cross Fire Dept. for the past 8 years and am currently a Lieutenant.

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At 8:51am on April 26, 2008, Bobby Halton said…
Welcome Reed, I need to ask you a favor. We are trying something a little different here: To ensure we have the best communication possible, we are asking that you use your full name if you wish to participate. By eliminating anonymous posts we hope to elevate the discussion and maintain a sense of open and honest sharing. The intent is not to exclude anyone but to protect everyone from unwanted and inappropriate postings
Thanks Bobby
 
 
 

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