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Warner Robins deputy fire chief one of first to be certified

Deputy Chief Ross Moulton, left, of the Warner Robins Fire Department, was one of the first in the state to be certifed with the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs. Chief Robert Singletary, right, also attended Saturday’s awards ceremony in Augusta.
Deputy Chief Ross Moulton, left, of the Warner Robins Fire Department, was one of the first in the state to be certifed with the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs. Chief Robert Singletary, right, also attended Saturday’s awards ceremony in Augusta.

Warner Robins Deputy Fire Chief Ross Moulton is one of 22 fire chiefs in the state to be certified through the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs.

Moulton was part of the inaugural class that received certification Saturday during the association’s conference in Augusta.

“We developed this program to ensure that the fire departments in the state of Georgia have qualified, credentialed and professional leaders and managers overseeing their departments and personnel,” said Dwayne Jamison, first vice president of the GAFC.

Fire chiefs had to meet higher education requirements and were assessed on a point system which reflected their years of service.

Warner Robins firefighters want to turn the city's first fire station, which is now sitting vacant, into a museum.

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