A Fraternal Fellowship

A Fraternal Fellowship

Promoting the best interest of all firefighters in the state.

Fire Department Links

Bayou Cane Fire Department
Our mission is to limit the loss of life, injury, and property damage to our community by providing the best fire protection, emergency response medical aid, and other emergency services in the most cost-effective manner.
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Caddo Parish Fire District #1
CFD #1 is a combination department meaning that we have both paid and volunteer members. We service an area 174 square miles with 3 manned and 3 unmanned stations. We respond to both Fire and EMS with our own Advanced Life Support Medic Units.
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Caddo Parish Fire District #5
We provide fire protection and emergency medical services, including transportation, to the citizens in Caddo Parish Fire District 5. Our district is located in the southeastern part of Caddo Parish, Louisiana. It extends from the Shreveport city limits to the Desoto Parish and Red River Parish lines on the south end and from the Red River to Wallace Lake Road on the west end.
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Carencro Fire Department
The Carencro Volunteer Firefighters Association was formed in 2008 as a non-profit organization. The Association was formed to help support the Carencro Volunteer Firefighters in their mission to protect lives and property.
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City of Gonzales Fire Department
Gonzales Fire Department in Ascension Parish, Louisiana.
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Cotile Volunteer Fire Department
The Cotile Volunteer Fire Department was formed in 1974 by a group of concerned citizens who recognized the need for local fire protection and emergency services.
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David Crockett Steam Fire Company No.1
The mission of our department shall be the preservation and protection of life and property from and during such fires as may occur in the City of Gretna, to assist our neighboring fire companies when requested to do so, to extend a fraternal feeling among its membership, and to assist our community in case of any natural and man-made disasters. Our motto is: “Be Sure You’re Right, Then Go Ahead”.
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Desoto Fire District #8
Protecting Desoto Parish Fire District 8.
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Iberia Parish Fire District #1
Providing the highest quality of firefighting/rescue operations and medical first-response services to the citizens of Iberia Parish through personal integrity, honor, courage, and professionalism strengthened by state of the art resources.
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Laplace Volunteer Fire Department
Protecting the community of LaPlace Louisiana in St. John the Baptist Parish.
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Napoleonville Volunteer Fire Department
Napoleonville Fire Company No. 1 was established on March 5, 1878, and Napoleonville Hook & Ladder Company on June 1, 1901. N.V.F.D. is a non-profit, completely volunteer fire department comprised of over 30 volunteers, protecting an area which spans over 50 square miles. We provide fire protection/suppression and rescue/medical services for over 5000 citizens living within the village limits of Napoleonville and the surrounding fire protection territory.
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New Orleans Fire Department - Photo Unit
Fireline photos were taken by the New Orleans Fire Department Photo Unit.
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Prairieville Fire Department
Protecting Ascension Parish Fire District No. 3.
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Reserve Volunteer Fire Department
The Reserve Volunteer Fire Department was established in 1957 and covers a 40-mile square area in the parish (county) of St. John the Baptist. RVFD has an IRC rating of 4 and a population of 12,000.
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St Amant Volunteer Fire Department
The St. Amant Fire Department was organized in 1973 to provide the citizens of the St. Amant community with relief from the threat of fire to their personal safety and property. Today, while still providing protection from fire, the department also responds to a variety of emergency medical and response requests within the coverage area. In addition to the primary coverage areas, the St. Amant Fire.
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St. George Fire Department
The St. George Fire Department is a career organization which protects and serves over 100,000 people. The Department covers over 70 square miles in the largely suburban area south and east of the city limits of Baton Rouge, LA.
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Thibodaux Volunteer Fire Department
The town of Thibodaux purchased equipment on April 3, 1843, consisting of 150 feet of hose and a dozen leather buckets to provide fire protection for its citizens. At this time the Thibodaux Fire Company No. 1 was officially organized. This all-volunteer fire department provides emergency services to the citizens of Thibodaux, Louisiana.
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