August 24, 2017

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Dana Morris
Flight Operations Chief

Flight Operations Chief Dana Morris has been with Flagler County Emergency Services since March of 2002. Dana has an extensive and varied flying career and has accumulated over 10,000 flight hours since he started flying helicopters in 1979. His firefighting experience spans over 23 years and was the primary pilot for Grand Canyon National Park for 3 years and Yosemite National Park for 4 years flying firefighting, law enforcement and search /rescue missions. Dana also flew for an air ambulance company in the remote areas of northwest Arizona. His management experience includes being responsible and in charge of three helicopters, four pilots and two mechanics in the remote jungles of Myanmar and Papua New Guinea in Southeast Asia.

Dana is currently in charge of the safe and efficient function of Flagler County's FireFlight helicopter and the Emergency Services Flight Operations Program. Dana oversees another pilot, a mechanic and a rotation of 8 flight medics as well as the liaison to the Federal Aviation Administration and responsible for scheduling and all budgetary matters.

Dana is a Florida Certified Wildland Firefighter, Structural Firefighter 1, First Responder and Certified with the US Forest Service for Aerial Firefighting. He is also a member of the Airborne Law Enforcement Association.

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