U.S. Defense Department firefighters

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The United States Department of Defense employs civilian firefighters. They are stationed at military bases to work as firefighters. These workers have their own uniforms and equipment. They are not a part of any military unit. They will work alongside military units if needed. Many times, they are the only firefighters at a military facility. The civilian firefighters wear special uniforms, usually a dark blue suit with a badge and with a shoulder patch indicating their firefighting organization.

Firefighters go to special classes to learn firefighting skills. They earn certificates after taking the classes. One major class is called "DoD Fire & Emergency Services Training." [1][2]

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  1. Certification description, dtic.mil.
  2. DoD Fire & Emergency Services Training Conference Archived 2011-07-28 at the Wayback Machine, page at usfra.org.

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