Orange County

Meet Orange County Fire Rescue’s newest graduating class of firefighters

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — A new group of brave men and women will be protecting Orange County citizens as its newest members of Orange County Fire Rescue.

On Friday, in front of loved ones, the 32 recruits of Class 95 were sworn in as Orange County Fire Rescue’s newest firefighters.


During the ceremony, family members who have served in public safety or the military had the opportunity to pin the badge on their new firefighter.

Two of the recruits from Class 95 served in the armed forces and were honored with a military pin for their service. The recruits of Class 95 went through a highly selective hiring process and spent the last 10 weeks going through a grueling training process, earning the title of Orange County Firefighter.

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According to an OCFR news release, “the recruits have received station assignments and some will begin serving the citizens and visitors of Orange County as early as Saturday morning.”

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