On May 6, the Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue held a ceremony for 21 new graduating recruits that will be joining the department.
The ceremony, held at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas, was run by Battalion Chief Robert Clemons, according to a release.
According to a release, the graduates had to complete 26 weeks of rigorous training at the Public Safety Training Center in Nokesville.
“Each student performed in excess of 1,100 hours of training with total class hours of over 26,000 hours combined. The training consisted of 1 week of orientation, 6 weeks of Emergency Medical Technician Training, 14 weeks of Fire Training, and 5 weeks of Specialized Training,” stated a release.
The following are the names of the graduates:
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