Stafford Volunteer Fire Department
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No Caption Wind Driven Fire Saved Engine Crew

Firefighter Corey Schwendeman, March 09

On March 3rd at 1347 E2 responded to a working structure fire in Stafford VA. E2 was the first arriving engine and determined that the fire had started in the rear of the structure and was quickly extending into the attic spaces. The high winds had caused the fire to spread rapidly throughout the entire attic space. E2 aggressively stretched a 1 3/4in line and began a fierce interior fire attack. ... (Full Story & Photos)

SVFD March History Segment

Stafford Volunteers, March 07

The SVFD has a long history of volunteers and committed members that support one common goal and mission. ... (Full Story)
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Stafford Volunteers, January 26

Friday night crew teaching the fundamentals of conventional forcible entry. (Full Story & Photos)

SVFD Cornhole Tournament

Stafford Volunteers, December 05

The SVFD will be hosting a corn hole tournament that will include all members. Select your teams before, you make a wise choice? Families and friends are included, if you have throwers bring them down. We need atleast six teams, to accomplish a bracket. The bracket will be placed on the in-house monitor system (TV's screens). Live up dates after each game will be posted in house. Team names need ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption House fire: 15 Liberty Knolls

Stafford Volunteers, November 27

At 01:23 this morning Engine 2 responded to a structure fire smoke showing side charlie. Crew quickly secured a water supply and stretched a hose line to the fire on second floor. Crew worked fast and hard on fire extinguishment saving the house. Many units were on-scene working together stopping further damage to the structure. Great job by all crews.... (Full Story & Photos)

Its All About Family

Stafford Volunteers, November 19

Congratulations go out to SVFD Technician Laird Abbott's Father, Firefighter Clarence Abbott of the Bargaintown Volunteer Fire Company #2. On 18 November, Bargaintown held a housing ceremony for their new Rescue Engine. During the ceremony, Clarence and fellow Bargaintown firefighter Dave Bowen were honored by having Rescue Engine 1527 dedicated in their honor. Bargaintown Fire Chief Gene Sharp ... (Full Story & Photos)

Technician Laird Abbott and his Father, Firefighter Clarence Abbott
Technician Laird Abbott and his Father, Firefighter Clarence Abbott

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Technician Laird Abbott, November 16

The SVFD had the great pleasure of helping Girl Scout Troop 254 with their safety First Aid Merit Badge when they came to visit us. Thanks to Firefighter Jones and Captain Leite for helping them.... (Full Story & Photos)

Girl Scouts Learn to be Ready

Technician Laird Abbott, November 08

Girl Scout Troop 5497 visited the SVFD on 8 November to learn how to help others in an emergency. Besides touring the station, they learned the skills they need to complete their Safety First Aid Merit Badge. Thanks to Captain Leite and Firefighter Jones for providing a great lesson.... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Christmas Is Near: Santa Run

Stafford Volunteers, November 03

Details of the "Santa Run".......coming soon.

... (Full Story & Photos)

A visit to Stafford Elementary School

Technician Laird Abbott, October 30

On the 30th of October, Captain Gus Leite provided a public safety presentation to over 90 Kindergarten students at the Stafford Elementary School.... (Full Story & Photos)

Captain Leite and Stafford Elementary School Kindergartners in front of Engine 2
Captain Leite and Stafford Elementary School Kindergartners in front of Engine 2

No Caption Friday Night Lights!!

Stafford Volunteers, October 20

LT Allen Heaser led a late night training session that focused on vehicle stabilization. Mastering these skills is critical to ensuring the safety of all those on scene during vehicle accidents. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Prevention Week: Great Success for 2017

Stafford Volunteers, October 15

We would like to thank everyone who came out to our Open House. We had a great time, and hope you had some fun as well! What a great way to close out Fire Prevention Week 2017! We educated over 400 citizens in our community involving fire safety and having a proper "Escape Route".

We welcome visitors anytime to the firehouse. Stop by and visit!... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption House Fire

Stafford Volunteers, October 14

Stafford Volunteer Fire Department responded to a residential fire. Engine 2 arrived, conducted fire attack operations as the secondary attack line, supporting Engine 12’s crew. Once the fire was extinguished, overhaul operations were completed. Great job by all on scene.

OIC: Technician Dylan Johns
DPO: Technician Brian Jensen
Nozzle: LT Allen Heaser...
... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Prevention Week 2017: Open House October 14th 10-2pm

Stafford Volunteers, September 27

Fire Prevention Week 2017

Open House:

October 14th from 10 am to 2 pm

Everyone in the community is welcome to take a tour of the firehouse and see our apparatus. We have several interactive displays for family and friends. The kids can enjoy a moon bounce and a smokehouse for "Seconds Count". We'll also have a kid size hose line for them to "fight" their own fire and Sparky the Fire Dog will ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Stafford Volunteers, September 27

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