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Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
CA Fire Officer 1. Instructor 1, Investigator 1, PC832, FF1&2, Rescue Systems, Swiftwater rescue, COML,
Topics you provide training for:
Communications, Extrication, Engine/Truck, FF1, Wildland
Areas of expertise:
Communications, Auto extrication
This is my 20th year in the Fire Service. I started as a cadet with a Fire district in Modesto CA at age 15. I worked my way threw the volunteer and career ranks, and now I'm Captain with Calfire and currently assigned to an Emergency Command Center. I am also the Comm. Unit leader on a CA Incident Management Team. Finally I enjoy training and instruct at a community college firefighter 1 academy, not just in skills but traditions and pride of the fire service

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At 5:55pm on April 26, 2008, Lisa Fairfield said…
That's a bummer. Hope it heals fast and you can get back to work. You are working in the ECC? How is that going?
At 12:37pm on April 26, 2008, Lisa Fairfield said…
Broken fingers? What happened?
At 10:46pm on April 25, 2008, Eric Hankins said…
The Communication Guru is in Da House.

Welcome Brother, enjoy the site...

Slow night in the ECC?
At 10:45pm on April 25, 2008, Lisa Fairfield said…
What's up Tom? What have you been up to? This website kicks a**.

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