Offutt Fire & Rescue

Offutt Fire & Rescue (Unofficial Page)Offutt Fire & Rescue is located at Offutt AFB, Sarpy County, NE.(Just south of Bell

Operating as usual

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10/07/2021

Photos from Offutt Fire & Rescue's post

Congratulations  to Mr. Jim Liptrott who was named the Offutt Firefighter of the year. This morning's ceremony  was pres...
10/07/2021

Congratulations to Mr. Jim Liptrott who was named the Offutt Firefighter of the year. This morning's ceremony was presided over by 55 Wing Commander, Colonel Kristen Thompson. In addition to the Offutt Firefighter Of the Year Award Mr. Liptrott won the American Legion Post 339 Firefighter of the Year for 2021!! Pictured are James, his wife Kimberly, and his children Joshua and Mason. Way to go Jimmy!

10/07/2021
Photos from Offutt Fire & Rescue's post
10/07/2021

Photos from Offutt Fire & Rescue's post

10/06/2021
Photos from Offutt Fire & Rescue's post
10/05/2021

Photos from Offutt Fire & Rescue's post

Good to be back out doing some public educaton today.
10/04/2021

Good to be back out doing some public educaton today.

10/04/2021
10/03/2021
Next week is National Fire Prevention week. This year’s FPW campaign, “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety!” works to educat...
09/29/2021

Next week is National Fire Prevention week. This year’s FPW campaign, “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety!” works to educate everyone about the different sounds the smoke and carbon monoxide alarms make. Knowing what to do when an alarm sounds will keep you and your family safe. When an alarm makes noises – a beeping sound or a chirping sound – you must take action. Follow us each day for fire safety tips and information.

Next week is National Fire Prevention week. This year’s FPW campaign, “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety!” works to educate everyone about the different sounds the smoke and carbon monoxide alarms make. Knowing what to do when an alarm sounds will keep you and your family safe. When an alarm makes noises – a beeping sound or a chirping sound – you must take action. Follow us each day for fire safety tips and information.

More stair climb photos!
09/14/2021

More stair climb photos!

This past weekend marked the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on our nation. This year our (NFFF) National Fall...
09/14/2021

This past weekend marked the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on our nation. This year our (NFFF) National Fallen Firefighter's Foundation Memorial Stair Climb honoring Firefighters, Police Officers, and EMS workers who perished on September 11th 2001 fell on the the 20th anniversary of the attacks. Over 300 folks showed up to climb and raise over $18,000 to support the NFFF. Climbers came from all over Nebraska and Iowa to participate. Thanks to all that, climbed, supported, donated, set up, volunteered, or assisted with this awesome event. A special shout out to firefighter Chris Paillot for who orgnized this years event. If you have any pictures of the event please send them to us. Thanks again for your amazing support.

09/07/2021

Thank you all who took time out of your days to stop by and visit us at the Papillion Walmart this weekend to raise money to help fight Muscular Dystrophy. Your donations come to a grand total of $5545. Thank you all for the amazing support! A special shout out to retired firefighter Fred Montgomery and his civil Air Patrol cadets for pitching in and donating their time help out!

Come on out this week and say hello to us in front of the Papillion Walmart on 72nd street.. We will be out collecting m...
09/02/2021

Come on out this week and say hello to us in front of the Papillion Walmart on 72nd street.. We will be out collecting money to help fight Muscular Dystrophy from 9 til 6 Tommorow, Saturday, and Sunday. Come help us help others.

Come on out this week and say hello to us in front of the Papillion Walmart on 72nd street.. We will be out collecting money to help fight Muscular Dystrophy from 9 til 6 Tommorow, Saturday, and Sunday. Come help us help others.

Photos from Offutt Fire & Rescue's post
07/21/2021

Photos from Offutt Fire & Rescue's post

07/21/2021

Services for Vince Mahoney: Visitation Tuesday July 27th 5-7 PM followed by Vigil service at 7 PM at Heafey Hoffmann Dworak Cutler Mortuary 7805 W Center Rd Omaha NE. Funeral mass Wednesday 10:30 AM at Mary Our Queen church 3405 S 118th St Omaha NE. Inurnment will be in August, date and time TBD, at Fort McPherson National Cemetery, Maxwell NE

07/21/2021

Information on services for Tony Clark:

Missouri: visitation and funeral service will be at Westside Baptist Church 11 am Thursday the 22nd in St. Robert, Missouri.

Iowa: Sunday the 25th visitation 4-8 pm and Monday the 26th funeral service at 11 am at Nelson Boylan LeRette Funeral Home in Red Oak, Iowa.

We'll be having a get together after the funeral at the eagles.

Please share with everyone who knew dad, as we know he touched many people's hearts

07/19/2021

Training with the Nebraska Army National Guard 755th Engineer Firefighting Company

07/19/2021

Train like you fight! It’s a HOT July morning. Stay safe. 755th Engineer Firefighting Company

07/16/2021

Well, more sad news about one of our former firefighters. We learned a short time ago a former military firefighter, station chief, assistant chief, and for a short while Deputy Chief was killled in a vehicle accident in Missouri. Rest in Peace Fire Inspector Tony Clark. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family and fire family at FT Leonard Wood.

It is with great sadness that we announce that former Coworker, Rescueman, Assistant Chief, Veteran, Friend, and Mentor ...
07/16/2021

It is with great sadness that we announce that former Coworker, Rescueman, Assistant Chief, Veteran, Friend, and Mentor Vinny Mahoney was killed in a motorcycle accident. We do not have all the details yet, but will pass along when we know more. If you know Vinny, you know he loved his motorcycles. Rest in Peace Vinny! Ride high brother!

It is with great sadness that we announce that former Coworker, Rescueman, Assistant Chief, Veteran, Friend, and Mentor Vinny Mahoney was killed in a motorcycle accident. We do not have all the details yet, but will pass along when we know more. If you know Vinny, you know he loved his motorcycles. Rest in Peace Vinny! Ride high brother!

Crawfish boil at the station! Happy Fourth of July everyone
07/04/2021

Crawfish boil at the station! Happy Fourth of July everyone

Crawfish boil at the station! Happy Fourth of July everyone

06/10/2021
A little early morning  structural evolution for Station 1. Stay hydrated, its gonna be a hot one today☀️🔥☀️🔥
06/10/2021

A little early morning structural evolution for Station 1. Stay hydrated, its gonna be a hot one today☀️🔥☀️🔥

A little early morning structural evolution for Station 1. Stay hydrated, its gonna be a hot one today☀️🔥☀️🔥

A great morning for some live fire training!
05/03/2021

A great morning for some live fire training!

Photos from Papillion Fire Department's post
04/24/2021

Photos from Papillion Fire Department's post

03/09/2021

It’s official!🙌🏻
The 2021 Nebraska 9/11 20th Anniversary Memorial Stair Climb will be held on Saturday, September 11th! We feel honored to be able to carry out this memorial event on the anniversary of that fateful day.

Facebook Event and the official registration website/link will be posted soon! So be on the lookout! You’ll want to register early this year!
Don’t forget to share our page and get your friends to join you!💪🏻

A great day at "station 3". Cross talk and training between Offutt and Guard Firefighters... team building... a great th...
01/29/2021

A great day at "station 3". Cross talk and training between Offutt and Guard Firefighters... team building... a great thing

And..... we now have taken up residency in Lincoln
01/27/2021

And..... we now have taken up residency in Lincoln

Good info shared  by our good friends from Nebraska City Fire. While clearing snow from your driveway/walkway take a min...
01/25/2021

Good info shared by our good friends from Nebraska City Fire. While clearing snow from your driveway/walkway take a minute to clear around your furnace & hot water tank vents. Covered/blocked vents can be a carbon monoxide hazard. Protect yourself & your family from carbon monoxide poisoning. Keep gas meters clear too so that they function properly. The most common symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are headache, dizziness, weakness, upset stomach, vomiting, chest pain, and confusion.

Good info shared by our good friends from Nebraska City Fire. While clearing snow from your driveway/walkway take a minute to clear around your furnace & hot water tank vents. Covered/blocked vents can be a carbon monoxide hazard. Protect yourself & your family from carbon monoxide poisoning. Keep gas meters clear too so that they function properly. The most common symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are headache, dizziness, weakness, upset stomach, vomiting, chest pain, and confusion.

With the snow storm upon us, we would like to ask your assistance with keeping  fire hydrants clear. Hopefully we wont n...
01/25/2021

With the snow storm upon us, we would like to ask your assistance with keeping fire hydrants clear. Hopefully we wont need to use any, but just in case follow the guidance below. Thanks and stay warm and safe!

With the snow storm upon us, we would like to ask your assistance with keeping fire hydrants clear. Hopefully we wont need to use any, but just in case follow the guidance below. Thanks and stay warm and safe!

🚨🚨Congratulations are in order for Captain Ryan Berney🚨🚨Last week Ryan and his wife Tiffany traveled to Washington DC fo...
01/25/2021

🚨🚨Congratulations are in order for Captain Ryan Berney🚨🚨Last week Ryan and his wife Tiffany traveled to Washington DC for the annual American Legion Awards Ceremony. We are proud to share that Ryan was awarded the American Legion National Firefighter of the year award. What a great achievement. Congratulations! We are extremely proud of you! Thanks to Tiffany for the photos.

Firefighters on the move. Crews started relocating to our temporary Lincoln location for the next 2 years of runway reno...
01/19/2021

Firefighters on the move. Crews started relocating to our temporary Lincoln location for the next 2 years of runway renovations.

It's nice to know about the history of your department and keep it alive. We received a nice gift and letter recently fr...
12/10/2020

It's nice to know about the history of your department and keep it alive. We received a nice gift and letter recently from former a military firefighter that began his fire service career here at Offutt. Thanks to Los Angeles City Fire Department Captain (Retired) and former airman firefighter Jim Polzer for the great mementos and kind words. The crew has already proudly displayed these items! Thank you for your generosity!!

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Wishing everyone a Happy, Safe and Healthy 2021!!!!!!
🎄🎄 I'd Like to wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Safe and Prosperous New Year. And while we're celebrating with our Families and Loved ones in our nice cozy and warm homes Let's not forget the Troops that are away from their Homes and loved ones protecting our freedoms. Also say a quick thanks for the Firefighters, Police officers, 911 Operators/Dispatchers and Hospital Staff that are on duty protecting us. 🎄🎄
Copied from one of my Brothers!! 🇺🇸✈️🛩🔥 For ALL my Non military FRIENDS out there, this may or may not help you understand those of us that served in the Military. We Are Veterans. We left home as teenagers for an unknown adventure. We loved our country enough to defend it and protect it with our own lives. We said goodbye to friends and family and everything we knew. We learned the basics and then we scattered in the wind to the far corners of the Earth. We found new friends and new family. We became brothers and sisters regardless of color, race or creed. We had plenty of good times, and plenty of bad times. We didn’t get enough sleep. We smoked and drank too much. We picked up both good and bad habits. We worked hard and played harder. We didn’t earn a great wage. We experienced the happiness of mail call and the sadness of missing important events. We didn’t know when, or even if, we were ever going to see home again. We grew up fast, and yet somehow, we never grew up at all. We fought for our freedom, as well as the freedom of others. Some of us saw actual combat, and some of us didn’t. Some of us saw the world, and some of us didn’t. Some of us dealt with physical warfare, most of us dealt with psychological warfare. We have seen and experienced and dealt with things that we can’t fully describe or explain, as not all of our sacrifices were physical. We participated in time honored ceremonies and rituals with each other, strengthening our bonds and camaraderie. We counted on each other to get our job done and sometimes to survive it at all. We have dealt with victory and tragedy. We have celebrated and mourned. We lost a few along the way. When our adventure was over, some of us went back home, some of us started somewhere new and some of us never came home at all. We have told amazing and hilarious stories of our exploits and adventures. We share an unspoken bond with each other, that most people don’t experience, and few will understand. We speak highly of our own branch of service, and poke fun at the other branches. We know however, that, if needed, we will be there for our brothers and sisters and stand together as one, in a heartbeat. Being a veteran is something that had to be earned, and it can never be taken away. It has no monetary value, but at the same time it is a priceless gift. People see a veteran and they thank them for their service. When we see each other, we give that little upwards head nod, or a slight smile, knowing that we have shared and experienced things that most people have not. So, from myself to the rest of the veterans out there, I commend and thank you for all that you have done and sacrificed for your country. Try to remember the good times and forget the bad times. Share your stories. But most importantly, stand tall and proud, for you have earned the right to be called a Veteran. 🇺🇸 If you are a veteran, please copy, paste and share.
Wishing Everyone a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving
https://facebook.com/events/2216964835261102/?ti=icl I wanted to invite the members of your department to this free summary presentation of the recent UL/NIST study on the Impact of Fire Attack Utilizing Interior and Exterior Streams on Firefighter Safety and Occupant Survivability.
Just read in today's OWH that former Offutt Firefighter Harvey Bails passed away. Go to heafeyheafey.com to see obit. Rest in peace Harv.
We loved our field trip to the fire station!!! Thanks for providing this awesome opportunity for our students to learn more about fire safety and practice what to do in a fire situation. (Birchcrest Tigers 🐯)
I'd like to wish everyone a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving, and while you're giving Thanks today, Let's not forget the Troops that are away from their Homes and loved ones protecting our freedoms. Also say a quick thanks for the Firefighters, Police Officers, 911 Dispatchers, Nurses and Doctors that are on duty protecting us. I Hope they all have a very safe and quiet day.
Thank you to Offutt Fire & Rescue and Asst. Chief Dudek for having us at Fire Station 1 today.
Everyone is welcome! Retired and anybody that was at OFFUTT FD. Bring lawn chairs.