PUBLIC RECORD REQUESTS-CITY OF PRESCOTT-Record(s) requesting: FISCAL RECORDS for 2007 thru 2014-Pt 6
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8-1-21 6pm- I am going to begin Aaron B Lawson extensive file for one hour than I have to get out for a hike. I want to thank each and everyone of you who donated to Wildland Firefighter Foundation this week. Each and everyone of these folks at the foundation touched my life recently. I needed that. Their presence was my present. I appreciate the hard work I saw up close and in person.
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Aaron B. Lawson applied for Wildland Captain Firefighter with the City of Prescott for the Crew 7 / GMIHC - 2-11-08. Human Resources received it 2-15-08. Aaron stated he had three years of college. He attended Riverside Community College and Crafton Hills Community College both for "Fire Science". He worked under Fire Chief at Angeles National Forest - BLM as a Fire Engine Operator 4-03 - 08' in Palms Spring CA started at $15.00 and ended at $22. He left to apply for GMIHC / Crew 7 because he wanted a "new challenge". He safely drove and pumped type 3 engine and assumed Captain responsibilities in the Captain's absence. He sized up IA fires (type 4 IC), determined the need for more resources, directed helicopter water drops, determined handline placement and tactics, removes hazard trees on fires (faller B), qualified long line and hover hook-up cargo loads, competent Bendix King radio programmer, directed ATGS and IA air tankers on drops, develops physical training programs for the Station, Qualified: Single Resource Boss, ENGB, HELM, DOZB-T, STCR-T, performed CRWB duties line out tool order, scout fire line, post look outs, assign weather taking duties, brief crew on expected fire behavior, incident objectives, strategies and tactics, make escape routes and safety zones known, constantly updating situational awareness, proficient with portable pumps, Instructs NWCG classes and Basic 32hr wildland course, fostered work with multiple agencies on projects/fires in the area, performed and delegated daily station and vehicle maintenance, correct and appraise work conduct, complete employees times and bi-yearly appraisals. 4-98' to 10-02' Aaron worked as a Lead Firefighter for the United States Forest Service in Corona CA ($11.50-14.50) under Barbara Richards. He performed hose lay and line construction on fires. Trained new FFs on hose lays, line construction, tool sharpening, helicopter briefings, proptocals for long line operations, S212power saws, worked around helicopters manifest, load calculations, heli-spot construction, safety equipment PPE, directed daily operational briefings, built new hand tools (rhino, super pulaski), performed station maintenance (lawn care, household cleaning, drywall work), organized employee training folders, participated in Community Services programs, responsible for ordering supplies and maintaining the station fire cache, Fuel abatement work with El Cariso IHC ie: prepping holding line, burning complex ignition plans (Terra Torch Operations, pistol rounds, drip torches), CRWB-T and Squad Bosson type 2 IA Tigers crew including off forest and out of region assignments. He was also CDF Riverside CO Perris CA Volunteer FF 1-97' thru 10-2000 under Tom Sherman ($9.11) and he responded to all risk fire calls, assist full time staff with station duties/repairs. Daily equipment check-outs, assist weekly and monthly fire training nights, 24 hr a day available, current EMT-I, helped with fund raising activities and public education, cooking duties. His references were BLM Tim Dunfee, Ops Chief Tom Sherman, NV BLM Zone Aviation Manager Shane Charley. Skilled at Boise Lightning Recon Map/ He back then every year had multiple assignments as Crew Boss for type 2 IA crews and helicopter boss. He received an award for coordination of work on Pacific Crest Trail fire rehab work using helicopters lowering cost. He both supervised and worked on or with several different Federal Type 2IA and IHC crews throughout my career as well as Helicopters crews. This experience has helped to expand and round out his knowledge base and feels he will be a great addition to the GMIHC. [ He is one of the first red card quals I have seen in ages filled out properly ] Shows Incident Qualification Card as follows: Printed Feb 12 2008. CA - CDD Qualified: ICT4 /25/11, HELM 8/21/09, ENGB 9/25/11, CRWB 8-7-12, ENOP -29-12, EMTB 10-1-09, FALB 8-31-12, Terra Torch Operator 6-5-09, ATVO 4-29-12, HECM 8-21-09, RXB3 11-10-08 Training: DOZB 2-21-10, HEB2 4-28-10, SEMG 7-18-09. Certificate in his File: S330 2-7-08.
[ Some interesting Bullet list Items of Objectives and Work Experience he offered to become a GMHS: ]
Objective: he wanted to be a Captain/Team Member on GMIHC and to help with the ongoing development of a safe and productive IHC training program.
DOI BLM CA Desert District Engine Captain Black Rock Fire STN. - Chief Tim Dunfee
DOI BLM CA Engine Operator Pinyon Station 30, 2 years / detailed Captain 8 months - Captain Terry Joyce
DOI BLM CA Desert District Fire Engine Operator Type 3 Engine Black Rock Station 2 year
USFS Cleveland NF Trabuco District Asst Fire Engine Operator Type 3 Temescal Station 1 year
USFS Cleveland NF JAC/ Lead Firefighter Type 3 Engine El Cariso 2 Seasons Fuels Work with El Cariso IHC 2 Winters - Captain Barbara Richards
USFS Cleveland NF Palomar District Detailed FF Heli-tack Ramona H-538 7 months
USFS Cleveland NF Trabuco District Lead Firefighter Type 3 Engine Corona Station 2 Seasons
USFS Cleveland NF Trabuco District Lead Sawyer Type 2 IA Hand Crew (Tigers) 2 seasons- Chief Tom Sherman
CDF / Riverside County Volunteer Station 14 FF I on type 1 and 3 Engines 01-97 thru 01-01
3rd n the class 2005 DOI Fire Engine Academy
Top 95% in Both the Basic and Advanced R-5Wildland Fire Academy
Completed Santa Ana College Drill / Burn Tower and Flashover
Several Crew Boss Assignments a year with Type 2IA Crews Off the Sequoia NF on Large Fires.
Multiple Helicopter Boss assignments with Type 2 Helicopters with 5-10 Person IA Crew on Large Fires every year
Education: Norco HS Graduate, Riverside Community College, Allen Handcock Community College, Crafton Hills Community College, American River Community College (42.5 units in Fire Science)