PO2 Rev. Frederick C. Mullis, AFI, CFM

PO2 Rev. Frederick C. Mullis, AFI, CFM

Dates of Service: Aug 1973 - Jan 1980
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Currently the Fire Marshal for an Agency of the State of S.C. Retired as a Federal Investigator for CMS from a Separate Department in SC. Have Served in every position from tail board firefighter to Chief in career and volunteer departments. Currently 44 years in Emergency Services LEO, EMS and Fire. I am also an Ordained Minister. Certified Structural Firefighter, Aircraft Firefighter, Hazardous Materials Specialist in Radiological Materials, Radiological Monitoring Flammable Liquids, and Explosives. Holding IFSAC accreditation in Firefighter 1 Firefighter 2 and Fire Service Instructor. Degrees in Fire Science and Fire Management with associated studies from the National Fire Academy, SCFA, SCCJA & FKCC.

Military Experiences

Feb 1979 - Jan 1980
Avation Ordnance
DOD Police, NAS Key West Security.
Aug 1978 - Feb 1979
Avation Ordnanceman
Assistant K-Pool Supervisor, Magazine maintenance crew,
Sep 1976 - Jun 1978
Avation Ordnanceman
A-7E Armorer, M-61A1 Technician, Weapons Load Crew, Work Crew Supervisor, Night Crew Supervisor
Feb 1974 - Jul 1976
Avaition Ordnanceman
Air Launched Weapons Technician for AIM-7, AIM-9, AIM-54, AGM-45, AGM-62, AGM-78. Division Damage Control Petty Officer.

Deployments

(2 years, 11 months)
Jul 1976 - Feb 1977
Mediterranean USS Nimitz
Deployed as part of CAG-8 with VA-82 Marauders. Best Attack Squadron in the Navy. During that deployment we won the ComNavAirLant "E" and the Admiral C. Wade McClusky Award for the Finest Attack Squadron in the Navy. This great honor was over shadowed by us loosing our XO just after him signing aboard.
Apr 1975 - Dec 1975
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Vietnam War
After the Initial Cease Fire and so called cessation of hostilities, the North supported by Communist Forces moved South once again and started to invade Saigon. The USS Enterprise, Midway, Coral Sea, Hancock, and Okinawa removed the US personnel.
Mar 1974 - Apr 1975
Western Pacific USS Enterprise
Deployment to Western Pacific and the Indian Ocean. First Operational Deployment of the F-14 Tomcat VF-1 & VF-2. Disaster Operations for Typhoon Gervaise on the island nation of Mauritius. Return to Manila Bay for possible Evacuation of Vietnam... Anchors did not even settle in the mud before they were being brought back up. Vietnam Bound.
Nov 1973 - Feb 1974
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Vietnam War
ALW Training

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

Nov 1973 - Feb 1974

Individual & Special Skill Schools

Jul 1978

ComNavAir Leadership School

Apr 1978 - Jun 1978

Strike Intermediate Armament Maintence

1977

M61A1 Technician School

Certifications

Mar 1977

A-7E Armorer

Jul 1974

Damage Control School

Jun 1974

Aircraft Firefighting

May 1974

Air Launched Weapons Technician

Security Clearance
Top Secret

Academic Degrees

Academic Degrees

1998

S. C. Fire Academy

Job/Skill Training, Instructional Methodology

1989

National Fire Academy

Job/Skill Training, Instructional Methodology

1988

Louisiana State University

Associate Degree, Fire Chemistry - Crash Fire Rescue

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