Ruel Douvillier

RUEL DOUVILLIER spent 20 years in the U.S. Army, serving as a medic, infantryman and paratrooper. He served five years as a paramedic with New Orleans, LA, Emergency Medical Services and 14 years with the New Orleans Fire Department, most of that time with heavy technical rescue squads. Douvillier has also served with private ambulance services and volunteer and combination fire departments and has extensive experience as an instructor. He is presently the Task Force Leader of the Louisiana Task Force One, the state and regional USAR team, and the operations manager for SAR Specialists, an emergency response training company.

Technical Rescue: Assignment: KOSOVO: Part 1

Technical Rescue: Assignment: KOSOVO: Part 1

Tech Rescue: Pre-Planning a Confined-Space Rescue

Tech Rescue: Pre-Planning a Confined-Space Rescue

Tech Rescue: MILITARY SEARCH & RESCUE TEAMS

Tech Rescue: MILITARY SEARCH & RESCUE TEAMS

USAR Task Force Trains in Canine-Lift Techniques

USAR Task Force Trains in Canine-Lift Techniques

TECHNICAL RESCUE: Louisiana USAR Task Force Trains in Canine-Lift Techniques

TECHNICAL RESCUE: Louisiana USAR Task Force Trains in Canine-Lift Techniques

How to Create & Improve an In-House Vehicle Extrication Technician Course

How to Create & Improve an In-House Vehicle Extrication Technician Course

Tech Rescue: Teamwork in Action

Tech Rescue: Teamwork in Action

Working With Outside Agencies

 

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