Family, Honor, Respect, and Compassion. These are our core values. Being of service to our brothers and sisters in the emergency services, their families, and the community is what we do. This is not just part of the job for us, this is who we are each and every day whether on-duty or off. It's about being there no matter the time of day , no matter the situation, to serve. Please explore our site, learn more about who we are and what we do. We hope you will join us for some incredible training and networking in April 2021. Please feel free to contact us by email (via our contact us page) if you have any questions.
A video created by University of Missouri's Fire and Rescue Training Institute. This was a course we taught during the 2018 Summer Fire School in Columbia, Missouri.
Learn more about who we are and what we do. Come see our mission, our history and our future.
Built on the experiences of our instructors and a strong vision forward. Learn more about our schools and what each has to offer honor guard members beginner to advanced.
Meet our dedicated instructors with a combined total of over 360+ years of operational honor guard experience.
Visit this page to register for and to learn more about a specific event(s).
Captain Cory Barr Memorial Scholarship was established in 2018. Learn more about our brother Cory and the scholarship established in his name.
Curious about what those who have attended our schools have to say? We invite you to visit this page to learn more.
See still imagery from our training events over the years.
Peer Support is 911 for our members and honor guards.
Have a question? Check this page out for a list of frequently asked questions.
We're beyond proud to to have a chance to introduce you to EMF, to tell you about the peoples lives they touch and the amazing work they do for the members of our Wildland firefighting family