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The Martinsville Fire Department hosted the Firefighter II Course of Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development Fire and Emergency Rescue Academy. Throughout the entire course firefighting students ranging in age from 18 to 51 learn information about firefighting and practical skills. Gary Fisher, owner of B&G Automotive and Towing of Wilmington generously donated three vehicles to aid in the training of auto extrication and vehicle fires. Students were educated in a classroom setting and then put their knowledge to the test with live fire and extrication tools. The course started in November and will conclude with the school test and state fire test certifying the class in early May. The group also thanks Ryan Mobley of Mobley Farms for the use of his skid loader.


Scott Milner | Courtesy photos

The Martinsville Fire Department hosted the Firefighter II Course of Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development Fire and Emergency Rescue Academy. Throughout the entire course firefighting students ranging in age from 18 to 51 learn information about firefighting and practical skills. Gary Fisher, owner of B&G Automotive and Towing of Wilmington generously donated three vehicles to aid in the training of auto extrication and vehicle fires. Students were educated in a classroom setting and then put their knowledge to the test with live fire and extrication tools. The course started in November and will conclude with the school test and state fire test certifying the class in early May. The group also thanks Ryan Mobley of Mobley Farms for the use of his skid loader.


Scott Milner | Courtesy photos

The Martinsville Fire Department hosted the Firefighter II Course of Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development Fire and Emergency Rescue Academy. Throughout the entire course firefighting students ranging in age from 18 to 51 learn information about firefighting and practical skills. Gary Fisher, owner of B&G Automotive and Towing of Wilmington generously donated three vehicles to aid in the training of auto extrication and vehicle fires. Students were educated in a classroom setting and then put their knowledge to the test with live fire and extrication tools. The course started in November and will conclude with the school test and state fire test certifying the class in early May. The group also thanks Ryan Mobley of Mobley Farms for the use of his skid loader.

The Martinsville Fire Department hosted the Firefighter II Course of Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development Fire and Emergency Rescue Academy. Throughout the entire course firefighting students ranging in age from 18 to 51 learn information about firefighting and practical skills. Gary Fisher, owner of B&G Automotive and Towing of Wilmington generously donated three vehicles to aid in the training of auto extrication and vehicle fires. Students were educated in a classroom setting and then put their knowledge to the test with live fire and extrication tools. The course started in November and will conclude with the school test and state fire test certifying the class in early May. The group also thanks Ryan Mobley of Mobley Farms for the use of his skid loader.

The Martinsville Fire Department hosted the Firefighter II Course of Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development Fire and Emergency Rescue Academy. Throughout the entire course firefighting students ranging in age from 18 to 51 learn information about firefighting and practical skills. Gary Fisher, owner of B&G Automotive and Towing of Wilmington generously donated three vehicles to aid in the training of auto extrication and vehicle fires. Students were educated in a classroom setting and then put their knowledge to the test with live fire and extrication tools. The course started in November and will conclude with the school test and state fire test certifying the class in early May. The group also thanks Ryan Mobley of Mobley Farms for the use of his skid loader.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_news-ad-3.jpgThe Martinsville Fire Department hosted the Firefighter II Course of Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development Fire and Emergency Rescue Academy. Throughout the entire course firefighting students ranging in age from 18 to 51 learn information about firefighting and practical skills. Gary Fisher, owner of B&G Automotive and Towing of Wilmington generously donated three vehicles to aid in the training of auto extrication and vehicle fires. Students were educated in a classroom setting and then put their knowledge to the test with live fire and extrication tools. The course started in November and will conclude with the school test and state fire test certifying the class in early May. The group also thanks Ryan Mobley of Mobley Farms for the use of his skid loader. Scott Milner | Courtesy photos

The Martinsville Fire Department hosted the Firefighter II Course of Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development Fire and Emergency Rescue Academy. Throughout the entire course firefighting students ranging in age from 18 to 51 learn information about firefighting and practical skills. Gary Fisher, owner of B&G Automotive and Towing of Wilmington generously donated three vehicles to aid in the training of auto extrication and vehicle fires. Students were educated in a classroom setting and then put their knowledge to the test with live fire and extrication tools. The course started in November and will conclude with the school test and state fire test certifying the class in early May. The group also thanks Ryan Mobley of Mobley Farms for the use of his skid loader.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_news-ad-4.jpgThe Martinsville Fire Department hosted the Firefighter II Course of Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development Fire and Emergency Rescue Academy. Throughout the entire course firefighting students ranging in age from 18 to 51 learn information about firefighting and practical skills. Gary Fisher, owner of B&G Automotive and Towing of Wilmington generously donated three vehicles to aid in the training of auto extrication and vehicle fires. Students were educated in a classroom setting and then put their knowledge to the test with live fire and extrication tools. The course started in November and will conclude with the school test and state fire test certifying the class in early May. The group also thanks Ryan Mobley of Mobley Farms for the use of his skid loader. Scott Milner | Courtesy photos
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