Staffing, Ladder Company Ops, RIT, Closest Unit Response, ALS, FF Safety & Survival, Extrication
Co Founder of Facebook training page SUAT "Shut Up And Train"
Florida Instructor 2
Florida Pump Operator
Live Fire Instructor
Areas of expertise:
Nobody is an expert, but I consider myself well knowledgable in search techniques, VES, hose advancement, tactics, RIT, extrication and medical.
I started as volunteer in NJ for 4 years in 2002. I served as Jr FF and then became FF when I turned 18. I moved to Florida in January 2006. Went to EMT and Fire school and became a nationally registered FF/EMT. I now work for South Trail Fire District in Fort Myers, FL where I am on my to becoming a Sr. Firefighter. I have been there since 2008. I am an acting Engineer, and now a Paramedic. I am also Florida Fire Instructor 2, Live Fire Instructor, and Pump Operator.
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