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0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Active Secret Security Clearance



Job Title:



Job Announcement Number:



Core Competencies

Crash Fire Station Supervision/Staff Direction, Emergency Response, Crash Rescue, Structural Firefighting Direction, Firefighter Personnel Management, Training, Records/Documentation Maintenance, Inspections, Pre-Fire Planning, Disaster Preparedness Plan Development, Emergency Operations Direction, HAZMAT, Confined Space, Mass Casualty Response, Base Facility Inspections, Departmental Health, Safety and Environment Program Oversight



Professional Experience


July 2016 Present


Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Mark Wanner Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Station Captain / Fire Crew Chief


As Captain for Station 2 Crash and Structural Station, which is part of facility-wide resource availability consisting of three Fire Stations/two EMS Stations supported by 52 personnel, current tasking includes oversight of 14 individuals. Effectively respond to array of emergencies involving military/civilian aircraft, conduct fire department training sessions, maintain all departmental records, oversee all programs, prepare pre-fire planning and perform regular facility inspections.



July 2015 July 2016

KBR, Inc.

Al Asad Air Base, Iraq

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Jeremy D. McClain Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

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Station Captain / Fire Crew Chief


Skillfully oversaw work performance of approximately 50 firefighters and directed multiple civilian as well as military firefighting/emergency operations including structural firefighting, responding to crash situations and performing array of rescue operations; additionally, worked within confined spaces and provided EMS and HAZMAT-remediation operations and support. For HAZMAT incidents quickly identified hazardous materials and other biological hazards, weapons of mass destruction and IEDs.


As Station Captain held comprehensive administrative responsibilities including developing schedules and work planning for firefighters and establishing multiple short-term priorities. Also performed regular base facility inspections in support of the fire prevention program.



April 2013 October 2014

DynCorp International

Shindand Fire Department, Afghanistan

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Jeremy D. McClain Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Fire Department Health and Safety Officer


Steered monitoring activities for Fire Department Health, Safety and Environmental program, placing particular emphasis on assuring that personnel completed all required health/safety/environmental-related training; was responsible for directing Department NFPA 1500 self-accreditation program. Employed subject matter expertise when revising Department disaster preparedness planning, guidelines and protocols, and adroitly provided excellent advisement/recommendations to all personnel levels concerning health and safety-related issues.


Additionally, managed and directed activities of approximately 50 firefighters engaged in structural/confined space/hazardous materials and emergency medical incidents as well as airport firefighting operations.



June 2010 April 2013

Seymour Johnson Fire Emergency Services

Seymour Johnson AFB, NC

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Sean Quinby Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx May Contact: N/A


Station Captain / Fire Captain


In this assignment, provided protection for Base assets as well as personnel; oversaw activities of approximately 15 firefighters and was responsible for directing emergency operations that included EMS support, crash rescues, structural firefighting, high angle rescue, working within

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confined spaces and addressing/remediating all areas of HAZMAT operations. For EMS/rescue operations coordinated actions with local EMS/hospitals to provide transport and treatment for victims.


Developed work schedules/planning for firefighters including short-term priorities, assigned tasks and directed fire department training on daily basis to assure maintaining skill levels/competence as well as adherence to all fire department requirements.



November 2008 June 2010

Charleston AFB Fire Department

North, SC

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Dana McClellan Phone: 803.247.2241 May Contact: N/A


Firefighter Crew Chief


Effectively directed firefighter personnel in performing array of rescue/firefighting activities including emergency actions in response to aircraft crash rescues; assumed role of Assistant Chief and met associated duties during his absence. Served as Lead Instructor for all aspects of training and certification program and designed/developed/facilitated new crew assignments to meet Department personnel requirements. Additionally served as Instructor for CPR and BLS courses/training.



May 2008 November 2008

Kirtland AFB Fire Department

Albuquerque, NM

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Battalion Chief Dexter Phone: 505.846.8308 May Contact: N/A


Firefighter Crew Chief


Held crucial responsibilities for conducting all needed airfield crash rescue operations and directing firefighter personnel during firefighter activities/ground operations. Also directed EMS services, structural firefighting, confined spaces activities and all HAZMAT-related incidents. Provided outstanding medical support at EMT-Intermediate level and assisted paramedic/EMS responders in dealing with medical emergencies and any needed transportation. Skillfully assessed patients, managed respiratory/cardiac emergencies, performed IV therapy and utilized advanced airway devices


Exceptional skills/capabilities were recognized with assignment to serve as instructor for fire department personnel in upgrading training, including serving as American Heart Association Instructor for BLS and EMS training.


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Additionally, ensured that all firefighting vehicles/equipment were consistently maintained at mission-ready levels.



October 2007 May 2008

Agility First Support

Moron Air Base, Spain

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Station Chief


During structural involvements, aircraft and hazardous materials incidents, confined space and EMS-related incidents, assumed command/leadership position that included initial assessment of situation(s) as well as ensuring adherence to proper procedures and safety of all involved personnel; also, as needed, assumed responsibilities/role of Assistant Chief of Operations.


Developed comprehensive training program and facilitated on-going proficiency training for operational personnel, managed Hazardous Materials and Safety Program for unit, and designed new departmental SOGs/policies including direction of training sessions/programs. Authored monthly/quarterly/semi-annual/annual training schedules, directed fire prevention activities, prepared work schedules/rosters and oversaw various leaves-of-absence, including annual leaves and sick time.



December 2001 October 2007

Kirtland AFB Fire Department

Albuquerque, NM

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Chief Simpkins Phone: 505.846.8069 May Contact: N/A


Lead Firefighter / EMT-Intermediate


Expertly assumed role of Incident Commander and led firefighter personnel in structural firefighting, aircraft crash rescue, confined space activities and EMS/HAZMAT operations and actions. Continually provided EMT-Intermediate medical support for paramedics dealing with medical emergencies; assessed patients, managed respiratory/cardiac emergency situations including IV therapy and the use of advanced airway devices and prepared patients for transport to medical facilities.


Developed/implemented crew assignments to meet department personnel needs, conducted pre-fire planning/building inspections/fire investigations, and was assigned duties as Fire Department Safety Officer.

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September 2001 December 2001

Buckley AFB Fire Department

Aurora, CO

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Chief Morrison Phone: 720.847.9929 May Contact: N/A


Firefighter / Driver Operator


Skillfully performed airfield crash rescue actions, structural firefighting and other rescue operations, confined space and various EMS-related activities, and any necessary hazardous materials mitigation/remediation. Provided excellent training for other firefighter personnel on vehicle licenses, rescue operations, First Responder actions, fire ground and HAZMAT issues. Served as Driver Operator for emergency firefighting vehicles/equipment including pumper apparatus, ARFF crash vehicles and rescue vehicles, and held comprehensive responsibilities as Emergency Communications Center Dispatcher, which included dispatching for emergencies, documenting reports and performing any general ECC duties.



April 2000 May 2001, Nellis AFB

April 1999 April 2000, Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras

November 1996 April 1999, Charleston AFB

United States Air Force

Multiple Assigned Duty Station

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Chief Stallings Phone: 843.963.3777 May Contact: N/A


Firefighter / Crew Chief


Steered work performance of firefighter personnel in airport crash rescue and structural firefighting operations; served as Driver Operator of fire department vehicles during operations and provided proficiency training for firefighters on crash rescue, structural firefighting, EMS First Responder actions and dealing with hazardous materials. Was additionally tasked with performing building inspections to ensure compliance with multiple fire code requirements.






American Public University, Charles Town, WV

Bachelor of Science in Management and Leadership; currently enrolled in Degree Program; expected completion 2018


Semester/Credit Hours: N/A

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IFSAC Certifications/Qualifications


Firefighter I / II

Advanced Auto Extrication


Driver Operator/ARFF

Fire Inspector I / II / III

Fire Instructor I / II / III

Rescue Technician I / II

Hazardous Materials Operations

Hazardous Materials Technician

Hazardous Materials Incident Commander

Driver Operator/Pumper

Driver Operator/Mobile Water Supply

Airport Firefighter

Fire Officer I / II / III / IV

Confined Space

Wildland Firefighting S130-S190

ICS 100 / 200 / 300 / 400 / 700 / 800






Outstanding Service Award, Shindand Air Base Afghanistan

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