Stanley Torres

Assistant Fire Chief, Anderson Air Force Base

Mangilao, Guam


Assistant Fire Chief Stanley C. Torres has served as the Training Chief for the 36th Civil Engineering Squadron, Andersen Fire & Emergency Services at Andersen Guam since January of 2010. Chief Torres is currently the President of the newly formed Western Pacific Islands Association of Fire Chiefs. Assistant Chief Torres entered the United States Air Force on 1 October 1981 and after completing his basic military training he entered the Fire Protection Specialist Technical School at Chanute AFB, Illinois. His assignments as a Fire Protection Specialist included, Holloman AFB, New Mexico from March 1982 to May 1983; Kunsan Air Base Republic of South Korea from May 1983 to July 1984; March AFB, California from July 1984 to December 1985; Kunsan Air Base Republic of South Korea from January 1986 to January 1987; assigned to Kadena Air Base, Okinawa Japan from January 1987 to July 1992 where he served as Station Chief for Operations and Assistant Chief for Fire Prevention and from July 1992 to December 1992 he was assigned at Travis AFB, California as a Station Chief for Operations. He then transferred to the Guam Air National Guard on December 1992.

On March 1993 he was hired as the Training Chief for Saipan International Airport and on became the Saipan Airport Fire Chief from January 1996 to February 2008. During his tenure as the Saipan Airport Fire Chief he established the Pacific Region Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Training Center, fully accredited by the National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications (Pro Board). After retiring as the Saipan Airport Fire Chief he moved to Guam and was hired at Guam International Airport as a Consultant from March 2008 to October 2008. He then transferred to Guam US Naval Hospital as a CBRNE/EM Specialist contractor from September 2008 to January 2010.

Chief Stanley Torres was born on October 5, 1963 on Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and is married to the former Juannet Garrido and they have two children, Nathan (25) and Amari (6 months).

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