About the logo:
SCDF Marine Division’s insignia is represented by the sailfish and anchor. The sailfish is one of the fastest known aquatic animals in the world, while the anchor is a symbol of well grounded hope, and is often a seaman’s
last resort in stormy weather to maintain stability on the rough sea. As the representative of the Life-Saving Force on the sea, the combination of the sailfish and anchor symbolizes Marine Divison’s inspiration to
provide hope to distressed vessels at sea swiftly and effectively.
The SCDF logo in the middle of the insignia serves to show that Marine Division is a unit under the command umbrella of SCDF. Being out at sea, the logo also serves to inform sea farers that bearers of this insignia belong
to a Singapore government agency.
The CD logo on the top aligns Marine Division with the aspirations of the larger Civil Defence international community as a profession. It aims to realize SCDF's aspirations to achieve world class standards in providing
fire fighting, rescue and emergency ambulance service.
The laurel represents the honour of service in the SCDF.
COL Ryan Ong Yuan-Wei
Stations under Command:
West Coast Marine Fire Station and Brani Marine Fire Station
SCDF took over the marine fire-fighting and rescue functions from the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) in 2012. A ceremony to mark the handing and taking over of the marine fire-fighting and rescue functions
was held at the West Coast Pier at 10 am on Sunday, 1 April 2012.
The SCDF Marine Division Brani Base commenced operations on 4 June 2014. Located at 19 Brani Way, Brani Base is the Division HQ of the SCDF Marine Division. Co-located with Brani Marine Fire Station, Brani Base complements
West Coast Marine Fire Station to provide an enhanced marine fire emergency coverage within Singapore Waters.
West Coast Marine Fire Station
MAJ Alex Chan
2 Rapid Response Fire Vessel
2 Red Rhinos
Provides marine operational coverage for Western Singapore Waters, including Tuas, Jurong Island, Penjuru and Lim Chu Kang area
Gul Marine Fire Post
Brani Marine Fire Station
MAJ Landon Leong
1 Heavy Fire Vessel
1 Marine Rescue Vessel
1 Rapid Response Fire Vessel
2 Red Rhinos
Provides marine operational coverage for Eastern Singapore Waters, including Sentosa island, Marina South Pier and the Southern Islands.
Loyang Marine Fire Post