Brevard County Fire Rescue Newest Recruit Class Sworn In After Extensive Training

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Class underwent 10 weeks of training that prepared them for the streets of Brevard County

Brevard County Fire Rescue Chief Mark Schollmeyer swore in Recruit Class 2021-04 after the group successfully completed their extensive training this week. (BCFR image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Fire Rescue Chief Mark Schollmeyer swore in Recruit Class 2021-04 after the group successfully completed their extensive training this week.

“Congratulations and good luck to the recruits of New Hire Class 2021-04 that graduated today,” said Brevard Fire rescue Chief Schollmeyer.

“The short ceremony, held at the BCFR Drill Yard, concludes 10 weeks of training that prepared them for the streets of Brevard County. Go out there and make us proud!”

Brevard County Fire Rescue is committed to being recognized as “best in class,” delivering the highest level of service to our residents and guests, today and every day.

“This is accomplished through our enduring commitment to excellence, a strong sense of self-worth, and the development of community partnerships,” said Brevard Fire Rescue officials.

“Our department has a long-standing history of providing quality service and programs to the community. We stand committed to treating our residents and guests with professionalism, compassion, and respect while their lives are in our hands.”

BCFR: Our department has a long-standing history of providing quality service and programs to the community. We stand committed to treating our residents and guests with professionalism, compassion, and respect while their lives are in our hands. (BCFR image)
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