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(Kure Beach is New Hanover County.)
The old Fort Fisher Air Base fire station was two bays if I remember correctly. I was a grommet then. I think it had an old Mack CF Engine which they donated to Federal Point after they closed. I don’t think the building is still there.
Ryan - 03/25/12 - 23:18

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When Ft. Fisher was an active operation there was one fire protection specialist (the fire chief) assigned to the station. He/she had about 15 augmentees (polite military term to tell you that you’re a volunteer) assigned to assist during fire operations. We got those people one day a month for training. Other duties for the chief were everything else that dealt with fire protection. I also had the additional duty of site safety officer. We had a 530B pumper (later replaced by a P-8D). If there was a fire they blew the base siren and everyone ran to the fire station and called operations on the phone to see where to go. It was definately an interesting assignment.
Google Find - 03/26/12 - 12:04



  
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