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45 paper birch ct.
cobb county fire
FF/ squad
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
NPQ evaluator, Technical/Heavy Rescue Team for 7 years, Fire Instructor 1, Ga. Smoke Diver #646, Swift Water technician, Rope Technician, Confined Space Technician, Heavy Extricaiton, Structural Collapse Technician, Trench Technician, GSAR Team since inception for our Dept., Mine Training in West Virginia, Worked in high rise district for 5 years, Worked on Truck company for 8 years.
Thought that I had learned a lot in my 6 years as FF on Squad, but had good dose of learning when I was asked to go through Ga. Smoke Diver Course. It taught me a lot about what I thought I knew and then showed me more about myself.

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At 5:46pm on April 13, 2008, David Ebel said…

Visit Emergency and Disaster Responders
A site for responders by responders.. please check it out for yourself. Be honored to have you see for yourself.
At 5:16pm on March 31, 2008, David Rhodes said…
Nice picture!
At 11:19am on March 29, 2008, David Rhodes said…
Welcome COD! Please leave a comment about what Ga. Smoke Divers has done for you and your career etc... on the group discussion. The only comment so far has been from the Northern Division. We need some others to way in.
At 4:13pm on March 25, 2008, Frank Ricci said…
we could use your input in our Tactical Building Blocks group. We are on page 3 of groups.
This group will focus on aggressive interior firefighting. We will address tactics that increase your chance of not getting jammed up and cover what actions to undertake if you do.We will cover some big issues as well as small tactical tips
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