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Command

My job is to make sure that they do their job

The job of a Shift Commander at Broward County Fire-Rescue Station 6 (Port Everglades) can range from fighting fires inside the dark-murky corridors of a ship to battling petroleum fires atop millions of gallons of volatile gasoline.

Making certain that everything comes together in a safe and effecient manner is the job of the Incident Commander.

Captain Stevenson

Captain John Stevensons stands at the rear of his command vehicle.

"Just keep giving orders until the fire goes out."