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He has degrees in fire administration and management, has attended the executive fire officer program through the National Fire Academy.
As Peggy began to take on more of the administrative side of her duties while studying for her MBA and taking the exclusive National Fire Academy Executive Fire Officer program, she became more sedentary.
WORCESTER - District Fire Chief John Sullivan noticed something two years ago while preparing a research paper on fire prevention while enrolled in the National Fire Academy's executive fire officer program.
State Fire Marshal Matkaitis' efforts to include residential fire sprinklers in Illinois code are in line with "Sprinklering America: We Can, We Should, and We Must," a program being taught to the executive fire officers at the National Fire Academy (NFA) and supported by United States Fire Administrator Ernie Mitchell.
Linstrom is a graduate of the National Fire Academy's Executive Fire Officer program.
In its resolution the group, comprising more than 2,370 fire chiefs and executive fire officers throughout the state, thanked the Governor for his efforts to protect Florida drivers and their passengers and expressed concern that fire and EMS departments could lose millions of dollars in emergency transport reimbursements if PIP is allowed to die.
Gasaway is a graduate of the National Fire Academy's Executive Fire Officer Program.