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Congratulations Scott Teter!

Captain Clay Thompson, March 30

It is with great pleasure we would like to announce that one of our Life Members Scott Teter has retired as a Captain at Fort Belvoir Fire Department. Scott served Fort Belvoir for 29 years in a variety of positions, from Medic, to FF-Medic, Captain, and Acting Battalion Chief. Congratulations Scott, we wish you a long, happy, and healthy retirement sir! (And hope to see you around White Oak even ... (Full Story & Photos)

Scott Teter with son Micheal Teter
Scott Teter with son Micheal Teter

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Captain Clay Thompson, March 23

The crew had just sat down to dinner and was listening to a Structure Fire on the North end of the county when they were alerted to a Car Fire in Co. 1's first due. The engine crew of four volunteers marked up quickly and was on seen a few minutes later. Ambulance 1 arrived on scene first and assisted the vehicles owner with their extinguisher but couldn't gain access to the engine compartment where ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rural Water Training

Captain Clay Thompson, March 20

Members had the opportunity to train along side our career counterparts over the last week while attending a class put on by "The Water Thieves" This training allowed us to hone our skills and taught us some new tactics when it comes to moving water in the non-hydranted areas. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Captain Clay Thompson, March 14

We just word we are able start renting our hall again, of course all local, state, and federal COVID guidelines must be followed. Email us at to get your process started today! Dates will fill up fast! ... (Full Story)

Tanker Runs to Mutual Aid to King George

Captain Clay Thompson, March 02

After a good afternoon of training and a first due auto accident White Oak's Tanker 7 was dispatched mutual aid to King George at 10:13p.m. for the structure fire in Company 1's first due. Tanker 7 responded quickly with two volunteers, and after a swift response completed the water supply operation. Tanker 7 shuttled water for several hours before being placed in service by command and returned to ... (Full Story & Photos)

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