That's why I like to stay anonymous, too.
Just went looking for an ARFF thread, and I see this is new.
Jacksonville, Florida International Airport. One station, Index D, operating a pair of Oshkosh trucks (T-3000 with Snozzle and a Stryker) plus an engine crew which doubles as the rescue crew in a crash. We are part of Jacksonville Fire/Rescue Department (57 stations, 1200 personnel). We operate from a second airport called Cecil Commerce Center, an old naval air station with the similar apparatus but part time staffing (based on flight ops).
Williamson County Regional Airport, Marion Illinois, Our county Dept, Williamson County Fire Protection District has a station at the airport and we do all the ARFF coverage. I think we have 16 certified guys, myself and 1 other are fulltime. We have a Oshkosh Stryker 1500
Whats up? Check youtube: Kalamaula Fire (steven buse, and david gomes)
this was on molokai this passed weekend 8/30/09 tell me what you think.
this was caught on tape by bystanders who's house was behind us 200ft away.
i used to be at MCAS cherry point, headed back there with the reserves next month
USAF RETIRED after 28 yrs.... Dover AFB, DE...Reese AFB, TX...Eielson AFB, AK...Duke Field, FL
Aircraft: C-5, C-130, AC-130, F-4, T-37, T-38, O-10, and who knows what else!!!
Vehicles: 530-B, P-8, 750-B, P-10, P-12, O-11A, R-2(?), P-2 (gas and diesel), P-4, P-10, P-12, P-22, F-6, 1500WD, P-13, P-20, P-23, P-18, P-19, etc.