Wednesday, January 1st, 2020
Happy New Year! Thank you to those who served as officers in 2019. The 2020 Officers are as follows: Ryan Burk - ChiefTim Lawson - Assistant ChiefTroy Blair - CaptainJames Sullivan - CaptainDavid Bu...
Tuesday, January 1st, 2019
Now that 2019 has arrived, we want to take the time to thank all those who served as officers in 2018. Serving this year as officers are:Neil Spier - LieutenantBrandon Johnson - LieutenantRyan Burke ...
Wednesday, May 9th, 2018
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This evening the students of this year's fire academy finally had the opportunity to experience some live fire training as part of their fire control skills classes. This fire included brush fire...
Saturday, March 10th, 2018
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On February 26th the newest class of firefighters began thier training at the Huguenot Volunteer Fire Department. Today was thier first day in personal equipment and SCBA. These 13 students will com...
Apparatus
Brush 2
Brush 2
2005 Ford F550/Alum-Line/Department-built
Used primarily for brush fires and other off-road activities. The body was built by Alum-Line, and mounted by department members. Department members, led by Engineer Bob Howland, donated many months time custom building the pump panels, consoles, installing equipment, and other things necessary, saving taxpayers thousands of dollars. Vehicle also features 7.5 gallons of both Class A and Class B foam through a Robwen on-board foam system.
Car 2 (Retired)
Car 2 (Retired)
1997 Ford Expedition
This vehicle was retired from service in July 2008.
EMS 2
EMS 2
2001 Chevrolet Suburban
Primary vehicle used for EMS response in our area. Features an AED and other required EMS supplies.
Engine 2
Engine 2
2014 Rosenbauer Commander EXT
Engine 2 is the newest fire engine in Powhatan County, and responds first to a majority of the incidents in our area. It features seating for six personnel, a 1500 gallon per minute pump, 750 gallons of water, and 40 gallons of Class A foam. This is also the first apparatus in the county to feature a state-of-the-art Compressed Air Foam System (CAFS), which used a water/air/foam mixture when fighting fires. CAFS makes water more effective, last longer, and causes less fatigue on the personnel. It also features eight LED flood lights, a 6kW generator, a 4500W light tower, as well as extrication tools for auto accidents.
Rescue 2 "The Rescue"
Rescue 2  "The Rescue"
2000 International/Pierce Encore
Vehicle runs as the only heavy rescue company in Powhatan County. Features a compliment of TNT extrication tools, Vetter and Hurst low and high pressure air bags, a 6kW Will-Burt light tower, 25kW Winco generator, 4-bottle 6000psi air cascasde system, 3000 watts in portable and fixed floodlights, cribbing, rescue struts, fans, hand tools, 35' extension ladder, and other standard tools found on a Rescue Company.
Reserve Tanker 2
Reserve Tanker 2
1992 International/S&S
1800 gallon elliptical tanker with a 1000gpm Waterous pump. Features 8" side and 10" rear dumps, two crosslays, front discharge with forestry line, and 400' of 3" supply line. This unit served as the primary tanker for Company 2 until 2017 when it was replaced. It now serves as a reserve tanker for the county and a secondary tanker for the company.
Tanker 2
Tanker 2
2017 Spartan MetroStar/Smeal
Tanker 2 is equipped with a 1250gpm Waterous pump and 2500 gallon water tank. The cab features seating for four personnel, along with an EMS compartment. The rig is designed for efficiency with a 800gpm front discharge, three 10" square dumps, a 2500 gallon portable tank, 24' and 14' ladders, and a short overall wheelbase for maximum maneuverability. Tanker 2 entered service on Sunday, July 9, 2017, replacing the 1992 International/S&S tanker which moved into a secondary response role. (Photo courtesy Trey White)
Wagon 2
Wagon 2
1990 HME/Grumman
1000gpm pumper with a 750 gallon tank. Provides fire suppression and extrication capabilities. Features a Hurst Tool compliment, 6kW generator, two crosslays, front and rear preconnects, and seating for six. Wagon 2 ran as Engine 2, our primary pumper, until the Rosenbauer pumper was delivered in 2014.
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