Brevard County Fire Rescue Celebrates New 2020-02 Recruit Class, Committed to Professionalism
By Space Coast Daily // September 6, 2020
new recruits to join brevard county's finest
BCFR Chief Mark Schollmeyer: “Our department has a long-standing history of providing quality service and programs to the community.”
BREVARD COUNTY • EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA – The Brevard County Fire Rescue has sworn in the new 2020 class of recruits at the Brevard County Fire Rescue drill yard in Eau Gallie.
The short outdoor ceremony marks the first chapter of many for these eager new firefighters.
The Brevard County Fire Rescue has wished them the best of luck and a long prosperous career in the fire service.
The recruits will now be released to field units for 10 shifts of additional training and evaluation.
Brevard County Fire Rescue’s mission is to meet and exceed the needs of the community through the highest level of emergency response and prevention services.
Brevard County Fire Rescue is committed to be recognized as “best in class,” delivering the highest level of service to the residents and guests, today and every day.
This is accomplished through their enduring commitment to excellence, a strong sense of self-worth, and the development of community partnerships.
“Our department has a long-standing history of providing quality service and programs to the community,” said BCFR Chief, Mark Schollmeyer.
“We stand committed to treating our residents and guests with professionalism, compassion and respect while their lives are in our hands.”