This Day In Fractured Fairfax:February 11
- February 11, 1960– 36-year-old Navy test pilot Lieutenant Commander Charles E. W. Dobbs is killed when he falls down a flight of three stairs and hits his head on a door stop at his home at 5013 Bristow Drive in Annandale. Commander Dobbs is pronounced dead on arrival at the DeWitt Army hospital on Fort Belvoir.
- February 11, 1970 – The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors adopts an ordinance requiring all utility distribution lines, such as electrical and telephone cables, serving new residential and commercial developments must be installed underground.
- February 11, 1981 – 23-year-old Patrick A. Mapp is killed when the convertible he is driving crashes on Americana Drive near Patriot Drive in Annandale.
- February 11, 1985 – Lieutenant Colonel John E. Granfield is named acting chief of the Fairfax County Police Department to replace the retiring Carroll D. Buracker.
- February 11, 1986 – 22-year-old Allen A. Crutchfield is shot in the back of the head and killed outside his Chantilly townhouse by Pagan's motorcycle enthusiast club member Mark Crawn.
- February 11, 2013 – 15 year-old Bobby Collar attempts suicide at his home in Centreville. After lingering for three days, Collar dies on February 14 when he is carved up for parts for organ donation.