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Fire and Rescue Recruit School Graduation Class 2018-2 - UPDATE
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February 7, 2019

On Thursday, February 7th, at 9:00 a.m., the Department of Fire and Rescue held its graduation ceremony for Recruit Class 2018-2 at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas.  Battalion Chief Chris Granger presided over the ceremony.

Class 2018-2 consisted of Fire and Rescue Technicians who successfully completed 29 weeks of rigorous academic and physical training at the Department's Public Safety Training Center in Nokesville, Virginia. Each student performed in excess of 1,392 hours of training. The training consisted of 1 week of Orientation/Study Skills/Health, Nutrition and Fitness, 8 weeks of Emergency Medical Training, 15 weeks of Fire Training, and 5 weeks of Specialized Training.

Fire and Rescue System Acting Chief Tim Keen announced the following graduates:

Nicholas A. BeedeAndrew R. DennerZachery E. LloydBrandon S. Rice
Ashford P. BembryKevin W. FaggaTobi A. OlafisoyeLindsay E. Savat
Mollie L. BodmerIan E. FranklinAlexander J. OttoMatthew G. Truslow
Dominic J. ClarkeMatthew K. HarrisJeffery R. PayneJuliana C. Veloso
William B. CornwellTalia B. HedleyRachel K. PayneJacob W. Vetter
Brent A. CorrinneAaron M. KearnsKimberly C. PeeleRandy L. Williams
Pierre L. D'EliaJoshua J. LabuhnLogan J. PenryBrian T. Zimmerman
Sean K. DeniseMichael D. Lamb Jr.Lawrence J. Price 


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