2014 Incidents
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Feb 26
Mar 0
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Jul 0
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Holiday Safety

December 20

Please check out these tips from The National Fire Protection Agency to help make your holidays safe and incident free.
The last thing we Firefighters want is a family displaced due to a fire, or a family or friend hurt especially during the holiday season

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Michael Teter, Joel Davidson, and Jacob Reed. VOL Recruit Class 02-14.
Michael Teter, Joel Davidson, and Jacob Reed. VOL Recruit Class 02-14.

New White Oak Recruits Graduate

December 18

Tonight, Stafford County held the 02-14 recruit class graduation ceremony for new county volunteers. The class taught the recruits basic fundamentals of being a Firefighter. All recruits passed Firefighter 1 and 2, Hazardous Material Awareness and Fire Fighter MAYDAY. All while building teamwork and instilling what it means to be a Firefighter.

Congratulations to Joel Davidson, Jacob Reed, and Michael ... (Full Story & Photos)

" Back in the day" Photos wanted.

November 10

We are looking for old pictures from White Oak Fire from back in the day to add to the website. Pictures of retired apparatus, training, personnel and incidents all are welcome. Please forward them to S. Teter. If you don't have them in a digital form, can you please send the picture to S. Teter, he will scan the pictures and return them to you.

Thank you... (Full Story)

Live Fire Burns

Technician Scott Teter, November 10

On the days of November 1st and November 9th. New members of White Oak Fire Department, who are in the Stafford County, Volunteer Recruit Acadamy, Fire Fighter 1&2 classes. Had their live fire burns as part of the class. All three recruits, J. Reed, M Teter, and J Davidson, all work hard and did a good job.

Also other members assisted to make the burns go without incident. ... (Full Story & Photos)

It’s Time to Fall Back: Change Your Clock, Check Your Battery

November 01

On November 2 at 2 a.m. EST Daylight Saving Time will officially end as we turn our clocks back one hour. The time change is a good reminder to check your smoke alarms. A properly installed and maintained smoke alarm is the only thing in your home that can alert you and your family to a fire 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Whether you’re awake or asleep, a working smoke alarm is constantly on ... (Full Story & Photos)


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