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Mark I. Piland

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Background Information

Employment History

District Chief

City of Virginia Beach


Fire Department Staff

City of Virginia Beach


Battalion Chief

Virginia Beach Fire Department


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4 dogs who searched Pentagon are OK

www.dailypress.com [cached]

VIRGINIA BEACH -- Four Virginia Beach search and rescue dogs that searched through rubble at the Pentagon after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks are in good health, according to Mark Piland, a battalion chief with the Virginia Beach Fire Department.Nationally, 14 dogs that searched for survivors at the World Trade Center have died, eight from cancer.Denbigh ToyotaThere have been no deaths reported of dogs that worked the Pentagon.Piland was deployed to the Pentagon Sept. 12 with 76 other local members of Virginia Task Force 2, one of FEMA's national search and rescue teams.Many of those who worked the Pentagon in 2001 are now deployed to Jacksonville, Fla., for hurricane assistance."The local dogs that worked the Pentagon are healthy," Piland said from his cell phone in Florida.


www.frisco-online.com

Mark Piland - 33 year veteran Fire Chief from Volusia County , FL Fire Service and Virginia Beach, VA Fire Department


Frisco-Online - News

www.frisco-online.com [cached]

Mark Piland, 53, currently serves as Chief
Mark Piland, 53, currently serves as Chief


Some flee Frances; others flock to her

www.dailypress.com [cached]

At 12:30 a.m. on Friday, Virginia Beach Battalion Chief Mark Piland and about 70 other first responders of the Virginia Task Force 2 team began the long drive to Florida.The team is one of FEMA's 28 national urban search and rescue teams that get called in to respond to disasters across the country.The team - with members in areas such as Newport News, Williamsburg and James City County - also worked at the Pentagon disaster site shortly after Sept. 11, 2002.Piland said the highly trained team tries to stay focused, regardless of what types of situations and scenes they'll have to face."There's a human element to what we do, and we realize there are real people behind (a disaster)," he said."But at the same time, we can't get caught up in that."Piland said the team is prepared to stay in Florida as long as necessary.


Frisco Texas - The online community for Frisco, TX

www.frisco-online.com [cached]

Mark Piland, 53, currently serves as Chief


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