Rob Moon

Assistant Director of Training

Mr. Rob Moon is a Captain and Paramedic for a local fire department in Tucson, AZ.  He brings with him 20 years of EMS experience and has been an instructor for various emergency medicine disciplines for 15 years.  He began his career in Fargo, North Dakota and relocated to Tucson AZ in 2001. Mr. Moon is certified in Technical Rescue, including high angle rope rescue, confined space, and swift-water rescue disciplines.  He has also served on the Wildland Firefighting Team.  Rob is a certified instructor for Tactical Combat Casualty Care, (TCCC/TECC) CPR, Emergency Medical Technician, AZ State Firefighter I and II, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Geriatric Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Pediatric Care, Incident Command Systems, Emergency Vehicle Operations, and is a Coordinator for Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support and Advanced Medical Life Support. Rob is an active member of his department’s Active Threat Response team, which is designed to mitigate active shooter scenarios in all environments. His current assignment as the department’s Training Officer requires him to stay up to date on the most current practices in fire suppression, as well as Emergency Medical Services. Rob has also been trained as a Personal Trainer with an emphasis in programing. Mr. Moon is an NRA Firearms Instructor. Rob, his wife, and their two children enjoy camping and hiking in their free time.