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NorthWest Interagency Incident Management Team #13
LOGISTICS SECTION STAFF


Jim HammerJim Hammer, Logistics Section Chief (Job Share)

USDA Forest Service - AD
Okanogan and Wenatchee National Forests (Retired)
Twisp, WA



The Logistics Section Chief is responsible for providing facilities, services, and material in support of the incident. The LSC participates in development and implementation of the Incident Action Plan and activates and supervises the Branches and Units within the Section; including Supply, Facilities, Communications, Food, Ground Support and Medical units. WIIMT#4 strongly encourages and facilitates cross-training of the IMT staff to better meet the needs of the incident and to provide training opportunities for staff to meet their career goals in the fire program.


Carol ChandlerCarol Chandler, Logistics Section Chief (Job Share)

USDA Forest Service
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
Vancouver, WA



The Logistics Section Chief is responsible for providing facilities, services, and material in support of the incident. The LSC participates in development and implementation of the Incident Action Plan and activates and supervises the Branches and Units within the Section; including Supply, Facilities, Communications, Food, Ground Support and Medical units. WIIMT#4 strongly encourages and facilitates cross-training of the IMT staff to better meet the needs of the incident and to provide training opportunities for staff to meet their career goals in the fire program.


Justin GardnerJustin Gardner, Logistics Section Chief (trainee)

Washington Department of Natural Resources
Enumclaw, WA




The Logistics Section Chief is responsible for providing facilities, services, and material in support of the incident. The LSC participates in development and implementation of the Incident Action Plan and activates and supervises the Branches and Units within the Section; including Supply, Facilities, Communications, Food, Ground Support and Medical units. WIIMT#4 strongly encourages and facilitates cross-training of the IMT staff to better meet the needs of the incident and to provide training opportunities for staff to meet their career goals in the fire program.




jarrod nordlohJarrod Nordloh, Communications Unit Leader

Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Olympia. Washington



Under the direction of the Communications Unit Leader, the COML trainee learns to provide for overall incident communications support. This includes the planning, designing and installation of two-way radio and telephone systems which accommodate the operational and emergency communication needs of the fire fighters and incident management personnel. Learns the responsibilities of developing and implementing Incident Communication Plan.



Cindy PrestonCindy Preston, Incident Communications Manager

Aquatic Land Manager
Rivers District in the Aquatic Region
Ellensburg, WA


Establishes and manages the communications center, including two-way radio, telephone and fax communications for incidents. Supervises radio operations and assists the Communications Unit Leader when needed.



Brian SwanbergBryan Swanberg, Recieving & Distribution

Clallam County Fire District #3
Port Angeles, WA



Cache at the fire


pat youngPatricia Young, Food Unit Leader


Washington Department of Natural Resources
Olympia, WA



The Food Unit Leader provides food services for the incident by planning menues and determining feeding requirements, required cooking facilities, food preparation and serving needs, and by providing potable water and general maintenance of the food service areas.



Carol OlgilvieCarol Olgilvie, Supply Unit Leader

USDA Forest Service
Okanogan/Wenatchee National Forest
Tonasket Ranger District
Tonasket, WA

The Supply Unit Leader is responsible for ordering, receiving, processing, distribution of and/or storing of all incident-related resources. The Supply Unit Leader coordinates, consolidates and compiles the assessed needs from all IMT Sections to facilitate timely processing.


rob jeeterRobert Jeter, Ordering Manager

Gifford Pinchot National Forest
Cowlitz Valley Ranger District
Randle, Washington


The Ordering Manager places all orders for incident supplies, equipment, crew and overhead personnel. This is typically performed by coordinating with the incident Expanded Dispatch and supplying Fire Cache. Ordering also provides a tracking function of resources through Resource Order forms.



Keith Y., Facilities Unit Leader

Washington Department of Natural Resources
Enumclaw, WA




The Facilities Unit Leader is responsible for incident command post site planning, and managing and maintaining all incident facililties.


Ben Meacham, Medical Unit Leader (job share)





The Medical Unit Leader


Max, MedicalUnit Leader (job share)





The Medical Unit Leader


rick long Richard Long, Ground Support Unit Leader

Chelan County Fire District #8
Entiat, WA


Responsible for vehicles, equipment and pack animals, roads and signage assigned to an incident. Responsible for transportation of personnel, supplies, food and equipment; fueling, service, maintenance, and repair of vehicles and other ground support equipment. Responsible for developing and implementing Incident Transportation Plan. Supervise Equipment Managers, fuelers, and mechanics.


Dave HessburnDave Hessburn, Equipment Manager

Chelan County Fire District #8
Entiat, Washington


The Equipment Manager is responsible for inspecting vehicles, coordinating needs for equipment and vehicles, managing fuel operations, and managing drivers.


 

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