Fairfax County Firehouse 22

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WUSA 9
03/22/2018
WUSA 9

WUSA 9

RECALL ALERT: The alarms were sold at Menards, Home Depot, Walmart and other stores nationwide from September 2016 through January 2018.

Saw this online... could make things interesting for us
02/20/2018
Nightlock

Saw this online... could make things interesting for us

Home protection made easy!

Great shift!
09/08/2016

Great shift!

There is a motley crew

Fairfax County Firehouse 22's cover photo
08/24/2013

Fairfax County Firehouse 22's cover photo

Taken by our own Master Engine Operator William "Gus" Brinton
08/22/2013

Taken by our own Master Engine Operator William "Gus" Brinton

Company 22 Fireman Dan Gajewski on the tip of Truck 22 at a recent fire in Lorton. Photo courtesy of James Cullum.
04/11/2012

Company 22 Fireman Dan Gajewski on the tip of Truck 22 at a recent fire in Lorton. Photo courtesy of James Cullum.

Truck 22 on the scene of a two alarm house fire on April 7, 2012.
04/10/2012

Truck 22 on the scene of a two alarm house fire on April 7, 2012.

09/11/2010

remember the 343 of New York's bravest that gave their lives on this day 9 years ago. Also, remember all the firefighters, career and volunteer, that have given their lives so that others may live.

C-shift
09/11/2010

C-shift

Truck Co.22
09/11/2010

Truck Co.22

A-shift
09/11/2010

A-shift

A-shift
09/09/2010

A-shift

Truck Co.22
09/08/2010

Truck Co.22

Engine Co.22
09/08/2010

Engine Co.22

A-shift
09/08/2010

A-shift

B-shift
09/08/2010

B-shift

A-shift
09/03/2010

A-shift

Address

7011 Backlick Rd
Springfield, VA
22150

Fire Station 22, located in the Springfield section of Fairfax County, Va., is consistently one of the busiest fire stations in the county. There are three units , an Engine, Ladder Truck and Medic (ALS) unit that are staffed 24 hours a day by career firefighters and paramedics. Volunteers at the station staff additional units when possible. These units include a BLS ambulance, a reserve Engine and a Canteen unit. - Engine 422, 2008 Pierce Dash 1500 gpm pump/750 booster tank/40 gal. foam, Detroit 60 series -Truck 422, 2004 Pierce Dash 105' rear mount aerial w/pre-piped waterway, Detroit 60 series -Medic 422, 2003 Freightliner In keeping with The changes brought forth several years ago with jurisdictional interoperability, Fairfax County was given the 400 series by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. Therefore,all Fairfax County units units are numbered and identify themselves with a number four prefix.

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