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    Talking How many stations does your department have???

    My fire department has the following:
    Station 1
    1987 Mack pumper-1000GAL
    1993 FREIGHTLINER tanker-1250GAL
    2000 FORD(brush/rescue)250GAL
    1968 FORD tanker-1250GAL
    Station 2
    1995 FORD(BRUSH)250GAL
    1974 FORD pumper-750GAL
    Station 3
    1977 FORD pumper-750GAL


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    The fire department that im a member of has the following equipment:
    1998 Freightliner pumper tanker
    2000 Freightliner Tanker
    1972 International Light Rescue Truck
    1968 GMC Brush Truck
    1982 Mack Pumper

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    23 Stations.
    The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of 'liberalism' they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened. --Norman Mattoon Thomas, 6 time presidential candidate for the Socialist Party of America

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    Default MY dept has

    7 stations..which two are contract stations and one we share with Portland fire

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    1 station with a small substation in the back.

    Main Station
    2001 Ford F-550, non walk in rescue
    1992 Mack RD 1,800 gallon, tanker
    2005 Pierce Enforcer, engine
    1989 Pierce Arrow, engine
    1973 Mack CF Arialscope, 75' tower ladder

    Substation
    2008 Ford F-350, brush truck
    1940's or 50's LaFrance, engine (for parades only. out of service)
    antique hand pumper
    for pics click the link. our brush truck is not in the photos
    http://www.fdnytrucks.com/files/html...-On-Hudson.htm
    Last edited by jermsFD; 05-25-2009 at 12:30 PM.

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    1 station:

    1-1984 Pierce Arrow-1250gpm(rescue Engine)....Soon to be 2009 KME Due in June-ILS Equipped
    1-1978 Sutphen-85ft ladder-1250gpm-300 gall. tank-ALS Equipped
    1-1992 Ford Road Rescue-Special Ops Unit-Water/Ice Rescue
    1-2007 Ford Road Rescue Medic Unit-ALS Equipped
    1-1998 E-One Freightliner-1250 gpm-ALS Equipped
    1-1973 Chevrolet Utility Truck-Safety officer/hazmat
    1-2001 Ford Road Rescue-Medic Unit-ALS Equipped
    1-18ft. Boston Whaler Fire/Rescue Boat
    1-2002 Ford Expedition-Chiefs Vehicle-AED Equipped

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    66 stations, too many units to list.

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    20 Stations
    -3 Battalions/Shift
    -2 EMS Captains/Shift
    -20 Engine Co's
    -5 Truck Co's
    -13 Fire Medic Units
    -6 Tankers
    -1 Air/Light Unit

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    We have 2 stations and one almost done with construction so I guess you could call it 3.

    After our new station opens, everything will be moved to the new station.

    We have 5 engines, 1 Truck, 1 Rescue Squad, 2 Tankers, 3 Medic Units, 1 Water Rescue/EMS Echo Unit, 1 Boat, 3 Chiefs Vehicles, 1 Brush Truck, 1 HAZMAT trailer, 1 MCI Trailer.

    Some of these years are guesses and I have left out some other trucks:

    2008 American LaFrance Engine
    1995 Pierce Engine
    1987 Pierce Engine
    1977 Ford Engine

    1991 Sutphen Ladder

    2003 Custom Fire/Spartan Rescue

    2008 Lifeline/International Medic Unit
    1999 Lifeline/Freightliner Medic Unit
    1997 Lifeline/Freightliner Medic Unit

    2007 Dodge Ram 3500HD Water Rescue/EMS unit

    1995 Pierce/Ford Brush Truck

    All chiefs vehicles are 2003 Ford Expeditions
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    16 stations.

    20 engines, 3 ladders, 3 rescues, 3 tankers, 3 brush trucks
    Career Firefighter
    Volunteer Captain

    -Professional in Either Role-

    Quote Originally Posted by Rescue101 View Post
    I don't mind fire rolling over my head. I just don't like it rolling UNDER my a**.

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    We have 7 operating stations, 1 station having just finished construction.
    -9 Engines
    -1 Tower
    -2 Ladders
    -2 Rescue
    -2 Tankers
    -2 Boosters
    -1 Mobile Command / Rehab
    -1 Hazmat Trailer
    -1 Rescue Boat
    -7 Command vehicles

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    1 Station

    1998 International/KME 1000/1000 CAFS Engine
    1986 Ford/Middlesex 1000/1500 Engine/Tanker
    1959 International/FWD Farrar 4x4 750/750 Engine (still in service)
    1961 Military Mack M52 0/2800 6x6 Tanker
    1971 Military Chevy M705 4x4 300/300 Forestry
    1994 Ford F350 4x4 EJ Murphy Walk In Rescue
    1994 Ford F350 4x4 Crew Cab Pickup
    2003 Ford E350 McCoy Miller Ambulance
    Polaris Ranger 6x6 ATV
    Snapper Lawn Tractor

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    I'm on two departments. I'll fill in the missing details later.

    Shelby County Fire Department
    9 stations.

    Walls Fire Department
    Station 1
    * Tanker 9
    * Truck 12
    * Engine 12
    * Brush Truck 9
    * Heavy Rescue 3
    * Battalion 9
    * Medic 9

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    The dept. I'm going to be on we only have one
    Git-R-Done

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    North Station
    1 2000 Ferrara Engine
    1 1990 Kenworth t-900 Tanker
    1 1975 Ford Tanker
    1 2009 Rosenbauer Brush Unit w/Cafs

    South Station

    1 2000 Ferrara Engine
    1 1990 Kenworth T-900 Tanker
    1 1985 Chevy C-30 Brush Truck

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    Snapper Lawn Tractor

    mines a Red John Deere talk about ironic

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    We currently added some better equipment.

    STATION 1
    1987 Mack Pumper 1000/1000
    1993 Freightliner Tanker 1250/1000
    2000 Ford F-350 Brush/rescue 250/250 (HURST RESCUE TOOLS)
    1968 Ford Tanker 1500 Gallons

    STATION 2
    1985 Hahn pumper 750/1000
    1974 Ford F-750 pumper 750/750
    1995 Ford E-350 brush truck 250/250

    STATION 3
    1972 Ford F-750 750/750
    19** International Tanker 1500/500

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    1 Station

    3 Engines (1 2000 gal./2 1000 gal.)
    1 Tanker (1800 gal.)
    1 Service/Rescue
    1 QRV (Brush Truck/Rescue)
    1 Dive Truck
    1 Rescue Boat
    1 ATV

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    One station

    3-engines
    1-heavy rescue
    1-tender
    1-brush truck
    1-EMS/support vehicle
    1-cascade/fire support trailer
    1-boat
    Jason Knecht
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    Altoona Fire Dept.
    Altoona, WI

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    We have 4 stations

    5 engines

    1 ladder

    3 rescues

    3 brush

    1 special operations unit

    1 Battalion

    2 water crafts (1 boat,1 pov)


    take a look
    http://www.iafflocal2913.org/index.c...=1&pagenum=127

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