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Fort Bliss Fire Department

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Fire and Emergency Services This page is maintained by fire fighters in their private pursuits and does not represent the official opinion of the Fort Bliss Fire Department, Fort Bliss, or the US Army.

Established in 1903 and serving the community of Fort Bliss and surrounding areas. FBFD can respond to any emergency and trains on a consistent basis in order to be in a state of readiness when the call comes in. The men and women of FBFD are very proud to serve their community and go to great lengths to keep them safe. The Fire Prevention Branch works tirelessly in educating the public, inspectin

Established in 1903 and serving the community of Fort Bliss and surrounding areas. FBFD can respond to any emergency and trains on a consistent basis in order to be in a state of readiness when the call comes in. The men and women of FBFD are very proud to serve their community and go to great lengths to keep them safe. The Fire Prevention Branch works tirelessly in educating the public, inspectin

Operating as usual

Photos from U.S. Army's post
05/03/2022

Photos from U.S. Army's post

Photos from McBride Fire 2022's post
04/18/2022

Photos from McBride Fire 2022's post

04/18/2022

Have you heard? Ft. Bliss CYS Youth Sports & Fitness is hosting the Fort Bliss Kids run on May 7th!
🏃‍♂️Choose from: 1-Mile or 5k
🏃‍♀️Kids $3 //Adults $5
🏃T-shirt included in registration!
🇺🇸 Make sure to wear you red, white and blue to show your spirit!

Click link below for online pre-registration 👇
https://bliss.armymwr.com/programs/youth-sports

Thanks to EP Dentistry 4 Kids - Mesa for making this event possible!

03/31/2022

March is Women's History month and the U.S. Army Center of Military History has developed a new web page dedicated to the history of women in the U.S. Army along with the recently created web page addressing gender integration in the #USArmy. Check them out ⤵️

Women's History: https://go.usa.gov/xtueD

Army Integration: https://go.usa.gov/xtueZ

#VictoryStartsHere #WomensHistoryMonth #ArmyHistory #WomensArmyHistory
LTG Maria Gervais

03/30/2022

Easteravaganza is coming!! 🐰


Details to follow soon, stay tuned!

03/17/2022

Yesterday Commissioners Court approved and adopted a resolution recognizing El Paso Firefighters for their extreme bravery and courage during the De Soto Hotel fire on February 4th.

March 2022 will be known as “Firefighter Heroism Month”

02/05/2022

Use caution while driving in icy conditions! ❄️🌨

Black Ice is difficult to see and makes roads very slippery especially bridges and overpasses. 🚗

For more information visit, EPHealth.com
under the 'Be Climate Ready' tab

#BeClimateReady #IAmElPaso

IMAGE: Safety Tips During Extreme Weather
Cars on an icy road.

Photos from Laughlin Fire Emergency Services, Texas's post
02/02/2022

Photos from Laughlin Fire Emergency Services, Texas's post

01/31/2022

Earlier, EPFD units were positioned along i10 to salute the motorcade transporting a fallen New Mexico firefighter en route to his hometown.

May you Rest In Peace, thank you for your service.

📸 Capt K Menendez

11/12/2021
11/11/2021

Information on El Paso’s Veteran’s Day Parade.

Do you know why October is National Fire Prevention Month?  Let's see where it started...
10/13/2021
Lessons from History: The Chicago Fire of 1871

Do you know why October is National Fire Prevention Month? Let's see where it started...

Listen as Casey Grant from the National Fire Protection Association and best-selling author Lauren Tarshsis of the ‘I Survived’ book series talk about the le...

The women and men on duty tonight in the department are getting some good aircraft firefighting training. 
09/24/2021

The women and men on duty tonight in the department are getting some good aircraft firefighting training. 

20 years ago today, closet heroes were brought to light.  Men and women who may have never done anything extraordinary i...
09/12/2021

20 years ago today, closet heroes were brought to light. Men and women who may have never done anything extraordinary in their lives took a stand,
and stood for all that is good and right. To the men and women who ran into the buildings and stairwells, to those who sacrificed their own well being to show others the way, to those who had
the courage to overthrow those responsible, to those who had to endure that day, and to those who continue to fight for our freedoms. We will never forget.

08/20/2021

This Saturday, August 21, from 8 AM to 12 PM at 301 George Perry, El Paso Animal Services and its community partners will be offering free pet vaccinations and microchips to hundreds of pets. 🐶🐾🐈

The event is first-come, first-served and limited to the first 500 pets. Keep your pet healthy and safe! #IAmElPaso
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Este sábado 21 de agosto, de 8 a. M. A 12 p. M. En 301 George Perry, El Paso Animal Services y sus socios comunitarios ofrecerán vacunas y microchips gratuitos para mascotas a cientos de mascotas. 🐶🐾🐈

El evento se realiza por orden de llegada y está limitado a las primeras 500 mascotas. ¡Mantenga a su mascota sana y segura! #IAmElPaso

Photos from 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division's post
06/15/2021

Photos from 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division's post

06/02/2021

We send our deepest condolences to the men and women of the Los Angeles County Fire Department in the wake of today’s tragic event @ Station 81 in Agua Dulce. Our prayers go out to the to the family of the fallen and critically injured firefighters 🚒🚑

#condolences #prayers #firefamily #lodd #firefighter #firefighters #lacounty #lacountyfire

05/30/2021

Memorial Weekend outdoors safety checklist; be thankful, have fun, and stay safe.

It’s never too late to thank a firefighter.  To all the men and women sacrificing daily to keep us safe. Thank you!
05/05/2021

It’s never too late to thank a firefighter. To all the men and women sacrificing daily to keep us safe. Thank you!

Lead Dispatcher Irigoyen, Dispatcher Polk, Dispatcher Foster and Dispatcher Sandoval working hard for the Fort Bliss com...
04/16/2021

Lead Dispatcher Irigoyen, Dispatcher Polk, Dispatcher Foster and Dispatcher Sandoval working hard for the Fort Bliss community. Thank you for your dedication.

This week is National Public Safety Telecommunicators week.  We would like to commend our dispatchers for always providi...
04/15/2021

This week is National Public Safety Telecommunicators week. We would like to commend our dispatchers for always providing excellent service to our military community and to civilians alike.

04/15/2021

Everyone, meet Cosmo. Today, Cosmo's owner had a medical emergency. The smart pup immediately went to look for help. A good samaritan saw Cosmo and tried to get closer, Cosmo led them to his owner and 911 was called. Thanks to this, Pumper 15 and Rescue 31 were able to assist and transport the patient, saving his life.

Who's the goodest boy of them all?

04/15/2021
Assistant Chief Muniz, Captain Hernandez, Captain Sosa, Captain Chavira, Captain Covarrubio and Training officer Laney l...
04/08/2021

Assistant Chief Muniz, Captain Hernandez, Captain Sosa, Captain Chavira, Captain Covarrubio and Training officer Laney learning the ins and outs of the new Helio prop trainer.

Although we are no longer in February, in recognition of Black History Month we would like to recognize the 150 Year Ann...
03/03/2021
150 Year Anniversary of the First African American Fire Chief - Patrick H Raymond | African American Firefighters Historical Society

Although we are no longer in February, in recognition of Black History Month we would like to recognize the 150 Year Anniversary of the First African American Fire Chief – Patrick H Raymond, please see the article at this link: https://aaffhs.org/150-year-anniversary-of-the-first-african-american-fire-chief-patrick-h-raymond/

PATRICK H. RAYMOND 1831 – 1892 On Wednesday evening January 4, 1871, at the first regular meeting of the new city government of the City of Cambridge, Massachusetts, the name of P. H. Raymond…

01/26/2021
As the winter chill starts to set in, please sure to keep fire safety in mind while dealing with your heater and the use...
12/03/2020

As the winter chill starts to set in, please sure to keep fire safety in mind while dealing with your heater and the use of space heaters.

11/01/2020
10/28/2020

Did you know? Texas was the FIRST state to reclassify its 9-1-1 Telecommunicators and include them as First Responders alongside peace officers, firefighters, and emergency medical personnel. Before HB 1090, which took effect September 1, 2019, 9-1-1 telecommunicators were classified as secretaries!

Today, we honor all First Responders for serving our community every day. We extend a special congratulations to the FIRST, First Responders (Telecommunicators), for celebrating your second-ever National First Responders Day! Thank you!

#FirstRespondersDay #ThankYou911 #911PublicEducation #ElPasoStrong #EPStrong #HeroesInHeadsets #TexasStrong

10/16/2020

City health and emergency officials have issued the Sixth Local Emergency Directive in response to recent spikes in positive cases in the community.

The Directive is amended in relevant part as follows:

• Any outdoor gathering in excess of 10 people is prohibited.

• Except for in extreme cases, (i.e., end of life, compassionate care or other emergent situations), people may not visit nursing homes, state supported living centers, assisted living facilities, or long-term care facilities.

• Organizations planning on having parades must limit the number of participants to 10 individuals or less.

• With the exception of professional sports, there is a pause of all indoor sports and limit of outdoor sports to no spectators.

• Every business establishment shall operate at no more than 50 percent of the total listed occupancy of the establishment.
Essential/CISA organizations are not impacted by this Directive.

• All restaurant dine-in services, to include outdoor service, such as on a patio or similar seating area, shall end at 9 p.m., but may continue after 9 p.m. via take out and drive thru only. Restaurants may resume dine-in services, to include outdoor service, beginning at 6 a.m.

• People shall not visit bars or similar establishments.

• An individual that receives a positive COVID-19 test result but has not yet been contacted by the City’s Department of Public Health within 24 hours of receiving the laboratory results, must isolate; and those from within their household must quarantine, and report to (915) 212-6520 within 24 hours of receiving the positive test result.

• All individuals are strongly encouraged to limit leaving their homes for essential purposes only.

• Individuals shall have no home gatherings with individuals not within their household.

• Individuals who serve as a caretaker to individuals living in a different home setting, may continue to visit those individuals to provide necessary care.

• There shall be no gathering of groups greater than 10 individuals at City parks except for outdoor sports activities.

Photos from El Paso Fire Department's post
10/10/2020

Photos from El Paso Fire Department's post

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20709 Sergeant Major Blvd
El Paso, TX
79918

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+19157442938

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Information on El Paso’s Veteran’s Day Parade.
Do you know why October is National Fire Prevention Month? Let's see where it started...
The women and men on duty tonight in the department are getting some good aircraft firefighting training. 
20 years ago today, closet heroes were brought to light. Men and women who may have never done anything extraordinary in their lives took a stand, and stood for all that is good and right. To the men and women who ran into the buildings and stairwells, to those who sacrificed their own well being to show others the way, to those who had the courage to overthrow those responsible, to those who had to endure that day, and to those who continue to fight for our freedoms. We will never forget.
It’s never too late to thank a firefighter. To all the men and women sacrificing daily to keep us safe. Thank you!
Lead Dispatcher Irigoyen, Dispatcher Polk, Dispatcher Foster and Dispatcher Sandoval working hard for the Fort Bliss community. Thank you for your dedication.
What a great bunch of men!!! You made my Grandson so happy!
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Fort Bliss, Tex. Fire Station 1 built in 1919. Rigs, 1918 American LaFrance Type 75, behind the LaFrance is the former Camp Travis 1918 Ahrens-Fox 750 GPM #694 and a circa 1938 USA Holabird Class 750. Postcard imag
Hello to All - What is the address of your meeting tomorrow and Thursday? I will be there...Kathleen - MDA
Hello my names Raymond brown I'm a firefighter from Connecticut , I was wondering how I could get you're patch & challenge coin for my collection. Thank you for you're time and stay safe!