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Stan Morse left a comment for Sean Gray
"Hi Sean, my name is Stan Morse. I have spent over 40 years in the fire service retiring from the Virginia Beach, Virginia Fire Department in December 2016 after over 37 years of service.  I still teach and write training articles. I recently…"
Jul 12, 2019

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Lives in:
Virginia Beach, VA
Department:
Virginia Beach Fire Department
Title/rank:
Captain
Years of public service:
37
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Budget/money issues.
Manpower - trying to get 4 man minimum
Professional Qualifications:
35 years with the Virginia Beach Fire Department. 4 years of volunteer service with the Virginia Beach and Fairfax County Fire Departments.
25 years as a Captain serving as company oficer of both engine and ladder companies.
AAS degree in fire administration from Northern Virginia Community College.
National Registered Paramedic.
Numerious state, local and national certifications.
Topics you provide training for:
Truck company operations - ventilation, search, forcible entry.
Practical training at the company level.
Computer software application training.
High rise fires
Areas of expertise:
truck company operations.
leadership, personnel management.
computers
HIgh rise fires
Bio:
Married with a 11 year old daughter. Second generation Virginia Beach Fireman. interests include sports and music.
Playing softball, playing guitar.

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