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2014
Women's Equality Day event highlights roles at work, home
Navy contractors begin drilling for two new ground water monitoring wells
Navy Region Hawaii - Storm Announcements
USS Denver Will Decommission After 46 Years of Service
Hawaii to welcome USS Preble and USS John Paul Jones
USS Lake Erie to depart for new homeport of San Diego
We're in this Together: One Suicide is One Too Many
Region 'Know Load' team helps Forest City residents
RIMPAC 2014 begins June 26
Impact of RIMPAC, balancing the benefits
USS Hopper assists successful missile intercept
Summer safety advice for RIMPAC participants
E komo mai means welcome
RIMPAC 2014 facts
Take care of Hawaii's environment during RIMPAC
USS North Carolina holds change of command
Welcome to our RIMPAC friends
USS Halsey (DDG 97) to Deploy to 7th Fleet Areas of Reponsibility
RIMPAC Sailors volunteer, learn about Native Hawaiian culture
Navy water consumers in Hawaii receive annual water quality report
Navy continues battle against coconut rhinoceros beetle
Visiting Sailors volunteer to clean historic Kalaeloa Heritage Park
Navy participates in public meeting on response to Red Hill fuel release
RIMPAC 2014 participants conduct sinking exercise
Ball cap wear policy to expand starting this September
Navy Region Hawaii sets Tropical Cyclone of Readiness Four
Navy Region Hawaii sets Tropical Cyclone Condition of Readiness Four
USS Lake Erie Visits Osaka
Navy in Hawaii combats sexual harassment, assault
USS Lake Erie completes western Pacific deployment
Wear testing begins for Lightweight Type I Navy Working Uniform
Navy releases name of Sailor who died June 8 at Maunalua Bay
Military urged to stay safe while enjoying summer activities
Tips for Summer Safety
Drinking Water Remains Safe after Red Hill Leak Reported
Three pinholes found in Red Hill's empty tank 5
Navy begins visual inspection of tank at Red Hill
Navy to brief Hawaii lawmakers on Red Hill water safety
Forest City reinvests in military communities in Hawaii
Navy housing liaison shares energy saving tips
Navy rallies to conserve, reduce at Energy Action Day Fair
State, industry, port partners and U.S. military establish alternate port to enhance State of Hawaii's readiness
Theme of Hispanic Heritage Month emphasizes past, present, future
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month
Military, state reach new heights with crane blessing ceremony
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam hosts Women's Waterfront Symposium
Energy officials discusses Navy's future at summit
Hurricane season is still here - here comes Ana
"Know Load" tips can help residents conserve energy
Pearl Harbor Day: Let us not forget
Base brings burner to beetle battle to help prevent spread
Newspaper Archives
Admirals Commentaries
Energy security supports SECNAV, CNO goals
The role of chief: Backbone of our Navy, providing leadership
Showcasing excellence and pride at air show this weekend
'Take care of our people' is priority one
Energy Action Month: Moving from brown to green
Standing with Veterans: The meaning of 'Thank you for your service'
Lessons on working together from the past, present and into the future
Defining leadership: making a difference
Chosin and importance of perspective, reflections on namesake
Preserving Memory of Pearl Harbor Day, 'Greatest Generation'
'Pearl Harbor Colors' will honor military and families
Seizing the opportunity
Cooperative partnerships build stronger community
Vietnam War commemoration: 'Unity Over Self'
Battle of Sundra Strait lessons and need to be ready
In time of need NMCRS team supports our people, mission
'Communicating the value' of Hawaii's schools
Feeling of 'ohana' makes Hawaii special
It's an honor to lead Navy Region Hawaii/MIDPAC ohana
Service, summits show commitment to our people
Back to school, back to promoting summer safety
Remembering, Honoring, Celebrating: '70 Years of Peace'
Red Hill Fuel Facility is national strategic asset
Suicide prevention: '1 Small ACT' of kindness, hope
A Pearl Harbor perspective on remembering 9/11
Mid-September highlighted with awards, advancement
'Young enough to not die from smoking'
Stakeholder letter updates community about Red Hill
Recognizing, honoring humble heroes of WWII
Resolving to do more right in 2016
Press Releases
First 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony January 15
USS Halsey to return from deployment
Next 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony set for Feb. 26
Next 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony set for Mar. 19
Navy Confirms Death of Sailor Sunday in Hawaii
Alleged Hazardous Material Confiscated at JBPHH
Navy goes to Merrie Monarch
Green is color of Next 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony
Shipyard Personnel to Conduct 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony, Honor History and Heritage
USS Michael Murphy to return from Western Pacific Deployment
USNS Mercy and USNS Millinocket To Depart Hawaii for Pacific Partenership Deployment
Dock at USS Arizona Memorial Under Repair. Navy, Coast Guard Investigations Underway
Vietnam Veterans to be Honored at the Next 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony
Drinking Water Remains Safe in Red Hill Vicinity
Vietnam Veteran Tim Guard to Be the Guest Speaker at Thursday's 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony
Navy Region and MIDPAC Change of Command set for Friday
'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony to Salute Youth
Red Hill Fuel Facility is a national strategic asset
'Pearl Harbor Colors' 70th anniversary of the end of WWII in the Pacific
Former POW Gerald Coffee to be guest speaker at Thursday's 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony
U.S. Navy signs EPA and state of Hawaii consent order
USS Preble to Return from Independent Deployment
Navy seeks public input at open house scoping meetings
USS Theodore Roosevelt to arrive in Pearl Harbor Sunday
Navy invites Board of Water Supply to tour Red Hill
Chinese Navy Ships to visit Hawaii Sunday
Navy to celebrate Festival of Lights in Pearl Harbor
USS Chafee to return home from independent deployment
Chief of Naval Personnel visits Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
COLA Living Pattern Survey takes place from Feb. 1 to March 1
Civilian helicopter goes down in Pearl Harbor
CNRH Represents Navy at Hawaii Governor's Gold Star Proclamation Signing
Hawaii Sailors Engage with Praxis to Fight Sexual Misconduct
Navy's Red Hill Tanks Pass Tightness Testing, Show No Leaking
Naval Forces Visits Hawaii
Navy Continues Stakeholder Comms on Red Hill
Secretary of the Navy Visits Hawaii Sailors, Marines
Career information Center assists Pearl Harbor commands with retention awards
Navy’s partnership with Polynesian Voyaging Society
Pearl Harbor Remembers the Battle of Midway
2015
Pearl Harbor Colors honors African Americans
Hawaii commands garner CNO environmental awards
Sailors say farewells as USS Preble departs to western Pacific
Mayor, City Council promote sexual assault prevention
Navy commands in Hawaii garner top environmental awards
Pearl Harbor Colors celebrates Women's History Month
Sea Cadets learn naval tradition, leadership skills
Navy Marine Corps Relief Society honors volunteers
NEX Earth Day Expo educates young minds about environment
Pearl Harbor Colors celebrates Earth Day and National Park Week
Military Children Recognized for Scholastic Achievements
JROTC Joins Worldwide 5K Run
Pearl Harbor Plants Pinwheels for Child Abuse Prevention
Joint Base rescues sea turtle
USS Chafee leaves on deployment
Leadership of two top military commands in Hawaii to change
Joint service ceremony marks anniversary of West Loch Disaster
Ogden relieves Collins as CO of USS Chung-Hoon
Teams work together to repair USS Arizona Memorial
Navy in Hawaii honors Vietnam veterans
Navy provides annual water reports to Navy water consumers in Hawaii
Student transition program makes sure military children feel welcome
U.S. Chamber of Commerce hosts 'Hiring Our Heroes'
Next Pearl Harbor Colors to highlight youth service
Sailors honor late Pearl Harbor survivor EMC Haag
Hawaii's history and military legacy perpetuated at regatta
Pearl Harbor Navy Exchange is one of 2014 Bingham Award winners
Navy Region Hawaii is conducting the command climate survey through July 31
Pearl Harbor Colors ceremony honors future service members, leaders
Tropical Depression Ela posed no threat, but is reminder
Drivers urged to use caution as school starts July 29
USS Preble enjoys Australian culture in Darwin
Congresswoman Gabbard tours Red Hill facility
Radford Transition Center helps students adjust
USS Paul Hamilton returns from deployment
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month
Holly Petraeus brings financial advice to Joint Base
USS Theodore Roosevelt visits Hawaii
Military, Honolulu officials rededicate site as war memorial
Pearl Harbor Colors ceremony honors Marine birthday
SECDEF Message: Celebrate the Holidays Safely
Veterans Day ceremony aboard Mighty Mo honors veterans
Navy makes strides toward energy efficiency in 2015
Japanese minister of defense visits USS Port Royal
Events to commemorate 74th anniversary of Pearl Harbor remembrance
McGinn tours Red Hill Fuel Facility during visit to Hawaii
Christmas Fire Safety
Pearl Harbor Remembrance to highlight 'Pathway to Reconciliation'

Fire and Emergency Services

 Federal Fire Department

Hawaii

 

 


Mission Statement
: The mission of the Federal Fire Department is to minimize the loss of life, property, and damage to the environment on all military property and Installations, caused by fires, medical emergencies, natural disasters and acts of terrorism.

Vision Statement: Our vision is to become the Department of Defense enterprise model for all fire & emergency services by striving for continuous improvements and providing a workforce adaptable to ever-changing hazards.

Roles and Responsibilities: The Federal Fire Department believes our value to the military will be measured by the type and quality of service we provide.  Appearance and behavior, respectful attitudes, training, preparedness and high quality service, along with compassion, responsibility and integrity is the endeavor of every member.

Area of Responsibility: The Federal Fire Department provides fire protection and emergency medical services to all Department of Defense military installations on Oahu (198 square miles), Pacific Missile Range facility on Kauai (6.5 square miles), and provides mutual aid to the City and County of Honolulu (396 square miles).

Accredited Agency: The Federal Fire Department was unanimously awarded accredited agency status by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) on 9 March 2010.  The Federal Fire Department is one of only 36 Department of Defense agencies worldwide that earned this distinguished award and one of only 8 currently in the Department of Navy.  There are more than 30,125 fire departments throughout the United States alone, yet only 192 fire departments worldwide that have earned CFAI accredited agency status.

History: The history behind the Federal Fire Department begins in 1924 when the first Army fire station was established.  In 1926 the first Navy fire station was placed into operation.  Between the years of 1924 and 1946, the fire stations were manned by military personnel only and called the Navy Yard Fire Dept.  In 1941 during the “Bombing of Pearl Harbor” 16 firefighters were killed.  In 1946 the Navy established the 14th Naval District Fire Department.  By the year 1960, the Navy built eleven more fire stations at the various naval installations on Oahu.  In 1979, the Navy, Army, and Air Force Fire Department (except Hickam) were consolidated and the birth of the Federal Fire Department (FFD) Hawaii took place.  In 2006, the Federal Fire Department acquired its new Headquarters by consolidating from 14 locations throughout the island.  In 2010, the Federal Fire Department became an accredited agency and also joined with the Hickam Fire Department to create the first Department of Defense consolidated multi-service Fire Department in the world.


The Federal Fire Department includes:

  • 259 Civilian Personnel
  • 27 Military Personnel
  • 14 Fire Stations, 1 Headquarters

 

 The Operations Division provides:

  • Structural, shipboard, and wildland firefighting
  • Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) response
  • Technical Rescue
  • Basic life support

 

The Prevention Division provides:

  • Facility Inspections
  • Public Information
  • Public Education
  • Hot Work Permits
  • Fire Investigations
  • Fire Protection Plans Review
  • Installation Fire Warden Program
  • Family Housing Orientation Program
  • Fire Extinguisher Program

 

The EMS Division provides:

  • Basic and Advanced life support transport
  • CPR/AED training
  • Public Education

 

The Training Division provides:

  • Firefighter training and certification
  • Live fire training


The Federal Fire Department recognizes the military as the reason for our presence and will continually work to provide a product deemed excellent by our customers.  The enormous commitment necessary to perform and maintain all training, certifications and programs requires an excellence of character.  The timely response in the delivery of service will enable us to make significant contributions to the overall security and safety of both the military and this great nation. For more information, please contact the Federal Fire Department Public Information Officer at 471-3303, x617.

 

To prevent tragedy is to prepare…

 

PROTECTING THOSE WHO DEFEND AMERICA

 

Federal Fire Department Telephone Number Changes

The Federal Fire Department (FFD) recently upgraded its telephone system which resulted in a change of phone numbers.  Points of contact now have direct lines.  All previous extensions have been eliminated.  New telephone numbers are listed below.

FFD Administration                                                              471-3303

Training Division, Training Chief                                           471-5000

Operations Division, District Chief 1                                      471-4200

Operations Division, District Chief 2                                      471-4202

Operations Division, District Chief 3                                      471-4207

EMS Division, EMS Chief                                                      471-2402

Prevention Division, Prevention Chief                                    471-8000

 

Prevention Battalion Chief, Army Services                            

  • 471-8001
  • 471-8007
  • 471-8020
  • 471-8041

 

Prevention Battalion Chief, JBPHH Air Force Services            471-8002

Prevention Battalion Chief, JBPHH Navy Services                

  • 471-8006
  • 471-8011
  • 471-8031
  • 471-8032
  • 471-8033
  • 471-8036
  • 471-8042
  • 471-8045

 

Prevention Battalion Chief, Marine Corps Services      

  • 471-8004
  • 471-8015
  • 471-8016
  • 471-8019
  • 471-8021

 

For Fire Warden training, call: 471-8001

For Permit Authorizing Individual (PAI) training, call: 471-8031

 

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