Combat Center Fire Department
FIRE - POLICE - MEDICAL
911 is the emergency number used throughout MCAGCC for reporting emergencies requiring Fire, Police or Medical assistance.
In the event of a 911 systems failure or malfunction, the following is our alternate emergency number that will directly connect you to our emergency 911 dispatcher.
(760) 830-FIRE (3473)
801 military housing residents and off base residents, DIAL 911 in the event of an emergency and you will be connected to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Dispatcher who will transfer your call to the appropriate emergency services agency.
The Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Fire Department was established in 1953 and has grown with the Center to become one of the most progressive Fire and Emergency Service Organizations within the Department of Defense.
To better familiarize you with our department, we encourage you to visit the different areas of our operation. The Combat Center Fire Department is a community-based organization and provides many services to the Marines, Sailors, and Civilian Employees at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center.
To improve the quality of life aboard the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, by providing a high quality emergency fire and rescue service, an excellent fire prevention program, including public education, a fire fighting force capable of handling emergencies which include structural fire fighting, hazardous material response, all types of rescues, and other various emergencies and catastrophes. The department will accomplish this mission while maintaining a high regard for the health and safety of our personnel, and maintain a high standard of training and education. The department will also maintain fire department apparatus, facilities and interact professionally when dealing with other departments or agencies.
The Fire Chief, fire protection manager, is responsible for the direct management and organization of the MCAGCC fire department. The fire chief is responsible for enforcing the fire protection program regulations and developing department standard operating procedures. The fire department is responsible for providing fire suppression, fire prevention, and emergency response service to MCAGCC and to surrounding jurisdictions through mutual and automatic aid agreements.
Fire Regulations and Instructions Manual
Defibrillator Maintenance Checklist
Notification of Defibrillator Site