Squad Training
 
By Vice President Chris Schoon
September 17, 2017
 

October 2017
Training and education of our squad members has always been a priority. This year Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue is very proud of our members who completed the 2017 Stafford County Volunteer Recruit Academy. The Spring EMT class graduated Cambria Gentile, Joanne Jensen, Stephanie Jones and Shelley Young. Stephanie Jones was named the Top EMS Recruit for 2017. Squad member Danielle Shriver graduated from the Fire Academy. Manuel Reyes joined our squad as Junior member, while he was in high school and has been away at college in Florida. He spent his summer vacation completing the Summer Accelerated EMT program and has successfully passed the National registry exam. Five new EMTs to add to our ranks and the Stations and County gains another volunteer firefighter. All are a credit to the squad for the energy, effort, and the volunteer hours they expended to achieve their certification. Now they begin the probationary process for release as Attendant in Charge
It is all about staffing ambulance, answering the 911 emergency calls, and providing excellent patient care. And don't forget squad also provides community education programs.

 
President Angela Wilhelm with Stephanie Jones named Top EMS Recruit at County Volunteer Recruit graduation
President Angela Wilhelm with Stephanie Jones named Top EMS Recruit at County Volunteer Recruit graduation
LT Jeff Walker, President  Angela Wilhelm and LT James Boswell flank new EMT grads Stephanie Jones, Shelley Young and Cami Gentile August 2017
LT Jeff Walker, President Angela Wilhelm and LT James Boswell flank new EMT grads Stephanie Jones, Shelley Young and Cami Gentile August 2017
 
National Night Out August 2017
Shelley Young, Suzy Brooks and Stephanie Jones
National Night Out August 2017 Shelley Young, Suzy Brooks and Stephanie Jones
 
Duty Crews August 2017
Duty Crews August 2017