Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad


2016 Volunteer Hours
Jan 1032
Feb 996
Mar 899
Apr 879
May 867
Jun 1065
Jul 1115
Sep 1150

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Welcome to the Official Website for the Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad

Adult CPR
Adult CPR

Safety Hazards

Training Lt. Chris Schoon, August 21

The home is full of an abundance of safety concerns when it comes to children. As parents, grandparents, neighbors and sitters there is much we can do to prevent a tragedy.
Choking and Strangulation hazards
- Make sure your baby’s crib meets the current safety standards established by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association.
- Make sure there are no broken or missing hardware in cribs
- Use ... (Full Story & Photos)

On July 21st, 1989 Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad went live and "Harbour 9" was on the air.

President Angela Lang (Wilhelm), July 21

On July 21st, 1989 Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad went live and "Harbour 9" was on the air.

The Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad had its beginnings with an ad for an Emergency Medical Technician class that appeared on the signboard at the Aquia Harbour community gate in December 1988. Ten residents responded to that ad placed by the Squad's first Rescue Chief, Dick Wiczalkowski and attended ... (Full Story & Photos)

Mike and Jayne Toellner
Mike and Jayne Toellner

Squad mourns loss of Life Member

Training Lt. Chris Schoon, June 23

Life Member of the Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad Michael K. Toellner passed away Friday, June 17, 2016 at this home. Mike was a valued member of the squad having served in several officer positions and ran duty as an EMT/driver. Overseas job assignments and illness kept him from participating on the ambulance in recent years. Mike was still attending membership meetings as recent as this passed ... (Full Story & Photos)


Training Lt. Chris Schoon, May 03

Come join the members of the Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad on Sunday May 15th from 1-3pm at our station located at 1001 Washington Drive just inside the Aquia Harbour gate for an EMS Week Open House. There will be ambulance and fire engine tours (as long as there are no 911 calls), first aid learning stations, CPR demonstrations, and free refreshments.
EMS week was instituted by the American ... (Full Story & Photos)

Ambulance Tour
Ambulance Tour


WELCOME 2016, Busy 2015

Training Lt. Chris Schoon, December 31

The Membership at the Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad wishes all of you a very Happy New Year and hope your Christmas was a safe one.
Our past year has been a busy one. Answering 911 calls, training, National Night Out, Save Your Heart for Love First Aid for Children, Kids Expo, move to new training center in the Aquia Towne Center. CPR, First Aid and Babysitting classes. One ... (Full Story & Photos)

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  26Years of Service

 Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad has been proudly serving the residents of Aquia Harbour an Stafford County for 26 years. Starting as a first response team in the Harbour, the squad quickly expanded and now serves over 15,000 homes. Our first due response area includes, Aquia Harbour, U.S. Route 1 south to Foreston Drive and north to Telegraph Road, west on Route 610 (Garrisonville Road) to Shelton Shop road including the subdivisions north and south of Rte. 610. Aquia Harbour Rescue is the busiest station in Stafford County with easy access to Route 1, I95 and Garrisonville Road.

Our organization consists of EVOC certified drivers, EMT-Bs, EMT-Intermediates, and Paramedics with a support group of administrative members. Our apparatus include two Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulances, an ALS response vehicle, and fire engine staffed by Stafford County career firefighters and paramedics.

Rescue 9 stresses training, teamwork, and community service. Membership meetings are held at our training center located at 475 Aquia Towne Center Drive, Suite 109 in the Aquia Towne Center the 2nd Wednedsay of the month at 8p.m. Monthly training is provided at the station for continuing education credit on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 7:30pm. Certification classes are paid for by the squad for our membership. Senior members mentor our newly certified EMTs to provide experience and knowledge that only comes with time. Yearly community events include "Save Your Heart for Love", a first aid mini course for children, EMS Week, Aquia Harbour's 4th of July Parade, National Night Out, and the International Fall Festvial at St William of York. Community first aid and CPR classes are held year round. Many high school students started their career in the medical field by volunteering with our station.

If you are interested in serving your community and volunteering at our station, Click on the "How to Join" button on the tool bar,  call the station at 540-658-5339 or email us at  We look forward to meeting you!




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