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List the names of any firefighters that you know that are currently on or have been a member of this department:

List four persons who are NOT related to you and who have definite knowledge of your qualifications and fitness for the position for which you are applying. Do not repeat names of supervisors listed under Work Experience.

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PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND SIGN. The above information is true and complete, and I understand that any false information or omissions will be grounds for a refusal to hire me, or immediate discharge if hired. The Boone County Fire Protection District may review my previous employment, driving and criminal records, and other background data as it may relate to the position(s) for which I am applying.

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The Joint Missouri Task Force 1/Missouri Army National Guard Helicopter Search and Rescue Team (MO-TF1/MOARNG HSART) spent the last two days participating in a large-scale helicopter search and rescue exercise in Texas. The “2019 Air-X Coastal Hurricane Aviation Evacuation Search & Rescue Exercise” was based out of Scholes International Airport in Galveston, TX. A total of 19 aircraft from 8 helicopter search and rescue organizations participated in the two-day exercise. On the first day, team commanders and ground controllers were given an Air-X exercise aviation brief; provided an overview of disaster airspace and mission support coordination; and provided a review of helicopter search and rescue operations during Hurricane Florence. HSART teams reviewed team capabilities and discussed equipment, tactics and procedures used during helicopter search and rescue. On the second day, all participating teams were assigned rescue missions in the surrounding area. Three Missouri (MOARNG) aircraft, a UH-60 Blackhawk from Fort Leonard Wood, a UH-60 Blackhawk from Springfield and a UH-72 Lakota from Jefferson City, and their crews and five MO-TF1 HSART techs participated. The three teams were comprised of a MOARNG helicopter crew (two pilots and a crew chief) and either one or two MO-TF1 HSART technicians. The UH-60’s flew with two HSART techs and the UH-72 flew with one HSART tech. Also attending were the MO-TF1 HSART Program Manager, the MOARNG HSART Program Manager and a representative from the Missouri National Guard State Aviation Office. They managed flight operations for the three Missouri HSART teams as members of the Joint Air Ground Coordination Team (JACGT) during the exercise. During the exercise, the three teams flew a total of 8 missions and rescued 15 victims. These missions included rescuing victims from flooded areas including open water, trees, roofs of buildings and roofs of cars. ... See MoreSee Less

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