CAMP BLANDING – Clay County Fire Rescue Station 25 Firefighters stationed at Camp Blanding were presented with a fire engine newly wrapped in images on April 3 honoring the men and women who serve in the Florida National Guard.
Clay County is proudly placing Engine 25, with the “Protecting Those Who Protect Us” theme in service at its Camp Blanding Fire Station on base. Acting Fire Chief David Motes said, “Clay County is proud to offer fire and rescue services to the Camp Blanding Joint Training Center located in the Kingsley Lake area, encompassing the 73,000-acre post.”
The CBJTC is a critical function of the U.S. Military that provides resources to enhance joint, interagency, intragovernmental and multinational training in support of our nation, state and local communities.
The mission and motto of the Florida National Guard is “RIGHT…. READY…. RELEVANT,” and Engine 25 vibrantly depicts this theme. Chief Motes stated “Clay County is honored to protect those military service members that protect all of us.” You can find the unveiling on video here - https://www.facebook.com/ClayCtyFireRescue/.