Lieutenant, Training - Bobby Moss
Bobby Moss began his career as a Firefighter with the Marietta Fire Department in 2001. In 2004, he achieved NREMT Paramedic status. Bobby spent much of his early career assigned to Squad 52; as such, he worked diligently to expand his technical rescue skill set. Moss has also completed the toughest and most physically challenging firefighter survival classes available--Georgia FLAMES as well as Smoke Diver classes for the states of Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Tennessee. In 2007 Bobby was rewarded for his effort when Chief Gibbs promoted him to the rank of Firefighter Engineer. He continued to strive for excellence. Just one year later, his hard work was recognized and he was named the 2007 Firefighter Engineer of the Year. Bobby has a passion for teaching and throughout his years of service, has accumulated quite an array of knowledge. His certifications include Technical Rescue Instructor, NPQ Fire Instructor I, State of Georgia Structural Fire Control Instructor, and American Heart Association CPR and Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor. In 2012, the Chief promoted Bobby to Lieutenant and assigned him to the Training Division where he has been able to carry on his love of teaching. In this role, he serves as the Fire Pump Operations Lead Instructor and manages and teaches Marietta Fire Recruits. He is also coordinates and delivers the department’s required Fire and EMS training for suppression personnel. In his spare time, Lieutenant Moss serves as a Lead Instructor for both the Georgia Smoke Diver and Georgia FLAMES programs.