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About Jason Fullmer (5 Articles)
Jason is a 2nd generation firefighter who was born in Springfield, Ohio. Jason is an eighteen-year fire service veteran currently working as a career Engineer for the Jackson Rancheria Fire Department in California. Prior to his current position Jason, served as a reserve firefighter with French Camp Fire Department ultimately leaving there as a career Lieutenant. Jason is a California State Fire Marshal Instructor and regularly teaches auto extrication, confined-space, EVOC & basic pump operations, forcible entry, VES and ventilation He also instructs at a local fire academy. Jason is just shy of his CSFM company officer. His certifications include: FF1, FF2, Driver Operator, Engine Boss, Low Angle Rescue, Trench Rescue, ICS 200, ICS300, Training Instructor, Auto X, Haz-Mat FRO, Fire Management, Pro Board FF1 & Pro Board FF2. Jason has been married to his best friend for 13 years and they have 3 great kids (2 boys & 1 girl). He is an avid collector of leather helmets and Halligan Tools. Jason is happy to be a part of the Station Pride family. “Just like crops, you must cultivate your training if you want it to grow!” Pride, Honor & Integrity. EGH-RFB-KTF-EBGH-FTM

The Dash

July 3, 2016 // 0 Comments

The word dash has many different meanings. It can mean to run, or travel somewhere in a hurry. It also means a small quantity of a substance or even to ruin or frustrate. The [...]

The Fire Service 1%

January 23, 2015 // 5 Comments

When people think about the term 1%er (one percent-er) they usually think it’s something negative. The 1% is often thought of as outlaws and law breakers. In the fire [...]