First responder roll call!

RZ Fortner

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Aug 12, 2020
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Waverly, TN
Full time Law Enforcement and Firefighter. Law Enforcement for almost 10 years last 5 as K9. Firefighter for 12 years. Way to many certifications to count or name. Out of Tennessee.
 

Todd Lemery

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Jun 2, 2014
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Menominee, MI
I forgot about this thread. I retired from the fire service earlier this year and my medical license is due to expire at the end of the year. I’ll still help whenever I can, just not with the piles of liability potentially attached to it.
I’d just like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone still responding no matter the time or the day. You are very much appreciated. My name can officially be taken off the list.
 

Warren Faidley

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May 7, 2006
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Mos Isley Space Port
www.stormchaser.com
I forgot about this thread. I retired from the fire service earlier this year and my medical license is due to expire at the end of the year. I’ll still help whenever I can, just not with the piles of liability potentially attached to it.
I’d just like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone still responding no matter the time or the day. You are very much appreciated. My name can officially be taken off the list.
And thank you very much.
 
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Feb 19, 2007
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Austin, Texas
www.randydenzer.com
Battalion Chief - Battalion 2 B Shift, Austin, Texas

Texas Commission on Fire Protection Certifications
Incident Commander
Fire Officer IV (TEEX/Pro Board, February 2017)
Master Instructor III (May 2017)
Master Firefighter (December 2016)
Incident Safety Officer (February 2016)
Fire Inspector – basic (June 2012)
ARFF – basic IFSAC (April 2016)
Wildland Firefighter – intermediate (September 2013)
Driver/operator – pumper (August 2005)

Department of State Health Services Certs
Emergency Medical Technician – Basic (May 1997)
EMT Instructor Certification – (June 2003)

FEMA National Incident Management System Certs
All required training through ICS 400 level

Blue Card Incident Commander (February, 2019)

O-305 USFA Type 3 Incident Management Team Training (July 2019)

National Wildfire Coordination Group (NWCG) certifications (17 certifications to include 482 hours of training)
s130/190 Basic Wildland Firefighter (40 hrs, July 1998)
g130/190 Basic Wildland Firefighter (crosswalk version 2011)
s131 Advanced Wildland Firefighter (8 hrs, October 2007)
g131 Advanced Wildland Firefighter (crosswalk version)
s133 Look up, Look Down, Look Around (8 hrs, October 2008)
s200 Initial Attack Incident Commander (16 hrs, October 2019)
s212 Chainsaw operations (32 hrs, October 2013)
s215 WUI Operations (24 hrs, Oct 2009)
s230 Single Resource Boss
g231 Engine Boss (crosswalk version)
s231 Engine Boss (24 hrs, October 2007)
s234 Ignition operations (24 hrs, October 2011)
s244 Field Observer (24 hrs, October 2013)
s270 Basic Air Operations 16 hrs, April 2013)
s290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior
RX310 Introduction to fire effects (40 hrs, February 2011, Raleigh, NC)
s330 Task Force / Strike Team Leader (24 hrs, Oct 2008)
s339 Division / Group Supervisor (24 hrs, October 2014)
s390 Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations (40 hrs, October 2013, Boise, ID)

Texas Forest Service / TIFMAS Qualifications
Strike Team Leader
Engine Boss

American Meteorological Society (2018 – present) Member of the Ad Hoc Wildland Fire Weather, Technology, and Risk committee

IAFF Wildfire Taskforce committee member, Washington DC (2014- present)
Responding to the Interface Design team/Admin
 

Warren Faidley

Supporter
May 7, 2006
1,938
2,011
21
Mos Isley Space Port
www.stormchaser.com
Battalion Chief - Battalion 2 B Shift, Austin, Texas

Texas Commission on Fire Protection Certifications
Incident Commander
Fire Officer IV (TEEX/Pro Board, February 2017)
Master Instructor III (May 2017)
Master Firefighter (December 2016)
Incident Safety Officer (February 2016)
Fire Inspector – basic (June 2012)
ARFF – basic IFSAC (April 2016)
Wildland Firefighter – intermediate (September 2013)
Driver/operator – pumper (August 2005)

Department of State Health Services Certs
Emergency Medical Technician – Basic (May 1997)
EMT Instructor Certification – (June 2003)

FEMA National Incident Management System Certs
All required training through ICS 400 level

Blue Card Incident Commander (February, 2019)

O-305 USFA Type 3 Incident Management Team Training (July 2019)

National Wildfire Coordination Group (NWCG) certifications (17 certifications to include 482 hours of training)
s130/190 Basic Wildland Firefighter (40 hrs, July 1998)
g130/190 Basic Wildland Firefighter (crosswalk version 2011)
s131 Advanced Wildland Firefighter (8 hrs, October 2007)
g131 Advanced Wildland Firefighter (crosswalk version)
s133 Look up, Look Down, Look Around (8 hrs, October 2008)
s200 Initial Attack Incident Commander (16 hrs, October 2019)
s212 Chainsaw operations (32 hrs, October 2013)
s215 WUI Operations (24 hrs, Oct 2009)
s230 Single Resource Boss
g231 Engine Boss (crosswalk version)
s231 Engine Boss (24 hrs, October 2007)
s234 Ignition operations (24 hrs, October 2011)
s244 Field Observer (24 hrs, October 2013)
s270 Basic Air Operations 16 hrs, April 2013)
s290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior
RX310 Introduction to fire effects (40 hrs, February 2011, Raleigh, NC)
s330 Task Force / Strike Team Leader (24 hrs, Oct 2008)
s339 Division / Group Supervisor (24 hrs, October 2014)
s390 Wildland Fire Behavior Calculations (40 hrs, October 2013, Boise, ID)

Texas Forest Service / TIFMAS Qualifications
Strike Team Leader
Engine Boss

American Meteorological Society (2018 – present) Member of the Ad Hoc Wildland Fire Weather, Technology, and Risk committee

IAFF Wildfire Taskforce committee member, Washington DC (2014- present)
Responding to the Interface Design team/Admin
That's impressive. Thanks for your service.