Brandon Butler, Chief Instructor/Director of Tactical Rescue Services   Brandon has been in the emergency services field for over 22 years. Starting as...

 

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Brandon Butler, Chief Instructor/Director of Tactical Rescue Services

 

Brandon RescueBrandon has been in the emergency services field for over 22 years. Starting as a Cadet/Explorer for a local Police Department and then moving through many positions in the emergency services community to his current professional position as a Fire Captain and Technical Rescue Instructor, he has always had exceptional instructional skills and is dedicated to learning.

During his tenure, Brandon has been involved with technical rescue and tactical operations for most of his 22+ years, learning skills and passing those along to others within his agency and beyond.

dsc_0524His experience covers multiple disciplines including:

  • Rope Rescue and Operations
  • Swift Water Rescue and Operations
  • Urban Search and Rescue Operations (USAR)
  • Vehicle and Heavy Equipment Extrication
  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • Hazardous Materials Technician
  • Boat and Inflatable Craft Operations
  • Firearms Instruction
  • Tactical Medic/TCCC/TECC Instructor
  • International Fire Rescue Instructor

In addition to his training, Brandon is a licensed Emergency Medical Technician, TCCC Instructor, member of the International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA), National Association of EMTs (NAEMT), and the National Rifle Association (NRA).

IMG_9775Throughout his career, he’s received numerous awards for his performance outside the normal duties and actions taken during rescue operations.

Recently, Brandon was asked to accompany a team to Malaysia to teach the local fire services (BOMBA) in Advanced Fire Instructor.

Brandon is the owner of Tactical Rescue Services (TRS) and formed the company when he saw the need to present non-traditional types of instruction to Law Enforcement, Fire Rescue and Civilian fields.

“The idea behind TRS is to empower those who seek to learn to help themselves and others in times of crisis. This is accomplished through the cross training of emergency service professionals and introduction of core emergency skills to everyday people.”

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