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147th Attack Wing
Allen Texas Fire-Rescue
Arlington Fire Department
Austin-Travis County EMS
Austin Fire
Baytown Police Department
Beaumont Fire Department
Bedford Fire Department
Brenham Fire Department
Bryan Fire Department
Carrollton Fire and Rescue
Cedar Park Fire Department
College Station Fire
Conroe Fire Department
Corpus Christi Fire Department
CPH Structural Engineering
Dallas Fire Department
DeMedico
Denton Fire Department
El Paso Fire
Emergency Ministries
Euless
Fort Bend County Police
Fort Worth Fire Department
Gainesville Fire Department
Georgetown Fire Department
Harris County Public Health & Environmental Services
Houston Fire-EMS Rescue
Hurst Fire Department
Keller Fire Rescue
Killeen Fire Department
Kingsville Fire Department
Kyle Fire Department
Longview Fire Department
Magnolia Fire Department
Nederland Fire
Pedernales ESD
Pflugerville Fire Department
PHI Air Medical
Plano Fire-Rescue
Round Rock Fire Department
Saginaw Fire Department
San Antonio Fire Department
SETRAC Emergency Operations
Southlake Fire Department
South Montgomery County Fire Department
Spring Fire Department
Star Flight
Southwest Texas Regional Advisory Council- STRAC
TAMU Civil Engineering Department
Temple Fire Department
Travis Central Appraisal District
Village Fire Department
Washington County EMS
Williams
Woodlands Fire Rescue

About Us

TX-TF1 functions as one of the 28 federal teams under the FEMA Urban Search and Rescue System and as a statewide urban search and rescue team under direction of the Texas Division of Emergency Management. TX-TF1 also coordinates the state's swiftwater rescue program and the Helicopter Search and Rescue Team which works in conjunction with Texas Military Department. 

SOGs

Standard Operating Guidelines (SOGs) provide support and guidance to the management, staff, and members of TX-TF 1. They define what is expected and required of personnel during both emergency response and non-emergency activities. ​​

FAQs

Where does TX-TF1 get all of their members?

Although many of our members are firefighters with volunteer and career departments, TX-TF1 is comprised of many individuals from various professional backgrounds such as fire, police, IT support, and petroleum engineers. TX-TF does not pull personnel from just a single department or organization, but rather from over 60 agencies and companies throughout Texas. This unique blending of professionals from across the spectrum provides TX-TF1 with a broad array of experiences and ideas when the Task Force is asked to help those in need.