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"Outside The Box" Engine Company Operations

Engine Company work is often viewed as easy or not as fulfilling as "Truck Company work". This is absolutely not the case and some very "high speed" Engine Companies go to work everyday in very tough and arduous environments. They are only successful by relying on their relentless training, personal experiences and hunger to progress in the engine world.This group is geared toward Engine Company tactics that use "outside the box" thinking to accomplish. Its purpose is to exchange information…See More
Aug 9, 2019

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North Charleston, SC
North Charleston Fire Department
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Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
IFSAC FF1, IFSAC FF2, TSMA Marine FF, SafeKids Car Seat Tech
I started my fire service career in 2016 as a volunteer, some time after my daughter was diagnosed with several health issues. As a volunteer I was awarded FF Of The Quarter and Rookie Of The Year. Ultimately, I landed full-time employment with the North Charleston Fire Department, where I'm currently assigned as the OVM on Ladder Company 204.

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