Jeff Milton
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Type of Organization
Fire/Rescue Department - Volunteer
Job Function
Fire Chief / Chief of Department
Years in Fire/EMS:
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Stewart Co. Vol. Fire Service
Years With Department/Agency
Dept. Web Site:
My Training:
FF1,2,3 Tanker OPPS,Cpr.
some Haz Mat
Pump Opps
ICS 100,200,300,400,700,800
and many others
Day Job:
VP of a local lumber co.
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Why I Joined Fire/EMS
Wanted to help people.
Why I Love Fire/EMS
Being able to help people when they need it the most.
Top Issues Facing Responders:
Keeping good personal.
To be able to give all your vol. the equipment they need with the limited resources we have to work with.

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Here is the USFA overview of the 118 Firefighters that died while on duty in 2007:
=68 volunteer Firefighters and 50 career Firefighters died while on duty.
=There were 7 Firefighter fatality incidents where 2 or more Firefighters were killed, claiming a total of 21 firefighters' lives.
=11 Firefighters were killed during activities involving brush, grass, or wildland firefighting, the lowest in over a decade.
=Activities related to emergency incidents resulted in the deaths of 76 Firefighters.
=38 Firefighters engaging in activities at the scene of a fire.
=26 Firefighters responding to or returning from emergency incidents.
=11 Firefighters were engaged in training activities.
=15 Firefighters after the conclusion of their on-duty activity.
=Heart attacks were the most frequent cause of death for 2007, with 52 Firefighter deaths.
Here is a link to the USFA report:
Here is a link to the NFPA report:
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The Overall Fire Picture - 2006

* There were 3,245 civilians that lost their lives as the result of fire.
* There were 16,400 civilian injuries that occurred as the result of fire.
* There were 106 firefighters killed while on duty.
* Fire killed more Americans than all natural disasters combined.
* 81 percent of all civilian fire deaths occurred in residences.
* 1.6 million fires were reported. Many others went unreported, causing additional injuries and property loss.
* Direct property loss due to fires was estimated at $11.3 billion.
* An estimated 31,000 intentionally set structure fires resulted in 305 civilian deaths.
* Intentionally set structure fires resulted in an estimated $755 million in property damage.

Source: National Fire Protection Association Fire Loss in the U.S. During 2006 and USFA's Firefighter Fatalities in the United States in 2006.

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> Am I A Fireman Yet?? In Phoenix , Arizona , a 26-year-old mother stared down at her 6 year old son, who was dying of terminal leukemia. Although her heart was filled with sadness, she also had a s…

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Am I A Fireman Yet??

In Phoenix , Arizona , a 26-year-old mother stared down at her 6 year old son, who was dying of terminal leukemia. Although her heart was filled with sadness, she also had a strong feeling of determination.…

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At 3:08pm on January 25, 2009, Gene "Geno" Cobb said…
Hey Jeff!
I have been on the go teaching EVOC and basically the same ole routine...How is everyone in Stewart County? I would like to come down and visit before long... Call me when you get the chance.
At 6:10pm on January 1, 2009, John Bierling said…
Hello Chief,
Please check out my web site:
Would you please send your email address so I can send some information about incident command training and responder wellness. Thanks, John
At 12:06am on October 9, 2007, jonathan said…
hey chief, i was just curious if you had (or were gonna order) the new fire shirts in a long sleeved shirt?
At 8:37am on October 1, 2007, Firegal77 said…
Our CAFS system was custom made. Our truck was designed mainly for the emplementation of CAFS. We had a 900 gal. tank with aircompressor, pump, and foam inductor/foam tank on top of it. Typical foam units added onto a truckhave less capacity due to space issues, as far as holding less foam and less space for water, and usually smaller compressor. So one of the issues I can see you having with your system would be running out of foam(which then creates an air leak, causing you to lose prime and function of the nozzle). Having CAFS on your truck will greatly increase the distance a tank of water will go. If you have any specific questions, or run into any feel free to ask, if I can help then i will be happy.
At 10:48pm on September 30, 2007, Firegal77 said…
Hey Jeff! What kind of system did you put in? Am happy to help if I can..
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