Ryan Pennington

RYAN PENNINGTON, a Firehouse.com Contributing Editor, is a firefighter/paramedic for the Charleston, WV, Fire Department. He is currently assigned to Station 8 and a member of the West Virginia Task Force 1 USAR team. He has over 18 years of combined fire, rescue and EMS experience. Ryan is currently a West Virginia State Instructor 2, Hazmat Technician, and Certified Fire Officer 2. He is the author of the "Views From the Jumpseat" blog on Firehouse.com. You can reach Ryan by e-mail at: Ryan33@suddenlink.net.

Pennington: Can You Handle Nozzle Time?

Pennington: Can You Handle Nozzle Time?

Pennington: Stacks of Firefighting Tragedies

Pennington: Stacks of Firefighting Tragedies

Pennington: Jumpseat Preparations for Ebola

Pennington: Jumpseat Preparations for Ebola

Pennington: Do Rural Firefighters Need Better Training?

Pennington: Do Rural Firefighters Need Better Training?

Pennington: There's More Than the Fire Service

Pennington: There's More Than the Fire Service

Pennington: Training to the Tip of Perfection

Pennington: Training to the Tip of Perfection

Pennington: If it Will Be, It is Up to Me

Pennington: If it Will Be, It is Up to Me

Pennington: What Have You Done?

Pennington: What Have You Done?

Pennington: What Makes a Firehouse a Home

Pennington: What Makes a Firehouse a Home

Pennington: What Does All of This New Fire Research Mean?

Pennington: What Does All of This New Fire Research Mean?

Pennington: What Can Emergency! Teach Us Today?

Pennington: What Can Emergency! Teach Us Today?

Pennington: Water Crisis Brings Out West Virginia Pride

Pennington: Water Crisis Brings Out West Virginia Pride

Pennington: Don't Hook Over Your Head

Pennington: Don't Hook Over Your Head

Pennington: Can Good Firefighters Cover for Bad Officers?

Pennington: Can Good Firefighters Cover for Bad Officers?

Pennington: Let Your Passion Show

Pennington: Let Your Passion Show

Pennington: Culture Change? Whatever

Pennington: Culture Change? Whatever

The Tale of Two Fire Engines

The Tale of Two Fire Engines

Pennington: The Basics are Where we Fail

Pennington: The Basics are Where we Fail

Pennington: Goodbye Vertical Ventilation?

Pennington: Goodbye Vertical Ventilation?

Pennington: Earn Your Spot Everyday

Pennington: Earn Your Spot Everyday

Pennington: For Those Who Rushed In

Pennington: For Those Who Rushed In

Pennington: Are We All Heroes?

Pennington: Are We All Heroes?

Pennington: How Hot is Too Hot?

Pennington: How Hot is Too Hot?

6/13 App - Views From The Jumpseat: Building the Base for the Engine Firefighter

6/13 App - Views From The Jumpseat: Building the Base for the Engine Firefighter

What Hand Tools Do You Choose?

What Hand Tools Do You Choose?

 

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