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REGISTER NOW!!!! LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE!!!! $99 SPECIAL ENDS FEBRUARY 1Pflugerville 2018 flyer

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In memory of Chief Alan “Bruno”  Brunacini

Thanks to the cooperation of Chief Michael Anderson, Pflugerville Fire Department, we are pleased to offer a follow-up to the acclaimed Command Symposium 2017!

Confirmed Speakers for this special 2-day training:

  •  Chief Dennis Rubin,  Fire Chief Petersburg Virginia
  •  Chief Larry Schultz, Asst. Chief Alexandria, Virginia
  •  Chief John Sullivan, Deputy Chief Worcester, Massachusetts
  •  Chief John Tippet, Interim Fire Chief Charleston, South Carolina
  •  Chief Don Abbott (Ret.) Phoenix, Arizona
  • Captain Richard Miller (Ret.) IAFC- FSTAR

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Register now to attend this intense 2-day training symposium 

 


 

IMAGES FROM COMMAND SYMPOSIUM 2017 IN PFLUGERVILLE, TX

We recently delivered the 2017 inaugural class to Pflugerville, TX. Pflugerville Fire Department.  With additional local sponsorship from the community as well as Williams County Fire Chiefs Association we were able to bring in quite an impressive list of instructors. Lead instructor retired fire chief Alan Brunacini- the father of modern fire ground command . 

Photos below from the most recent training class in Pflugerville. Cast of instructors:

Chief Bruno, Chief Rubin, Bobby Halton (Fire Engineering) Chief Scott Kerwood, Captain Richard Miller (FSTAR) Chief Cecil Clay (US&R) Captain Mike Anderson

 

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