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  • Flagler Beach, Florida
  • United States
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Lives in:
Palm Coast
Flagler Beach Fire Department
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Florida State Fire Fighter II
Florida State Paramedic
Florida State Fire Instructor
Florida State Fire Officer I
Florida State Fire Officer II
Wildland Firefighter
Florida State Aerial Operator
ICS-100, 200, 300, 400, 700
Marine Rescue Operator
VMR Operator
VMR Technician
Topics you provide training for:
Forcible Entry
Aerial Operations
Areas of expertise:
Truck Company Operations
Marine Rescue
Stephen Cox has 14 years on the job currently serving Flagler Beach Fire Department, currently assigned as Battalion 11. He is a Paramedic, Fire Officer 2 , Fire Instructor 1, a marine rescue operator and holds an A.S Degree in EMS. He received Public Safety Individual of the Year in 2016, Firefighter of the Year in 2013 and had a life saving award in 2015. Capt. Cox has a passion for VES, Aerial Ops, Truck Co/Support Co Operations, Firefighter Survival and RIT. Capt. Cox focuses on skills and teaches skills dependent on staffing models out there. Capt. Cox originated this page after having a hunger for knowledge in the fire service and realized the worst information out there is information unshared.
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