Kenneth Cross


United States


EMT-B, WEMS, FireFighter II

Kenny has been an avid outdoorsman all of his life. Growing up on an island in the Chesapeake Bay allowed for many adventures on land and water. He became a firefighter to serve his small community and this sparked a 20+ year career in frontline EMS as an EMT. As a volunteer with Grasonville Fire Department he responded to auto extrications, fire suppression and maritime emergencies. He’s traveled the country, and the world, on hunting and fishing adventures, and is experienced in remote rescue and extrication. Kenny became a WMA instructor because of his love of emergency medicine and remote wild places. He hopes to pass along the important skills learned during a WMA course to many people around the world.

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Wilderness rescue students utilizing skills learned throughout courses.

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