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    Volunteer department, no EMS.

    #1
    Engine 4211 - 2010 E-One Quest engine, 2000gpm
    Engine 4201 - 1995 E-One Cyclone 2 engine, 1750gpm
    Utility 4203 - 2010 E250 Ford Pickup
    Transport 4204 - 2002 Ford van

    #2
    Truck 4305 - 2005 Pierce Dash 105' Tower, 2000gpm
    Engine 4301 - 2000 Pierce Dash engine, 1500gpm (might be 1750 can't remember)
    Engine 4311 - 1972 Seagrave, 1500gpm
    Transport 4304 - ???? Ford van

    Also have 2006 and 2002 Dodge Durango's for Chief vehicles.
    "This thread is being closed as it is off-topic and not related to the fire industry." - Isn't that what the Off Duty forum was for?

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    Rescue
    96 Dodge regular cab 1 Ton with V-10
    11' utility bed

    Engine
    86 E-one on an L-9000 chasis
    1000 gal / 1500 gpm

    Tanker
    08 Rosenbauer on 60,000 gvw IH Workstar chassis
    2000 gal / 1500 gpm

    Utility / Brush
    86 Chevy diesel regular cab pick up
    Aluminum bed with skid unit

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    Engines
    Engine 1- 2007 Freightliner/E-One 1250/1000
    Engine 2- 2004 Freightliner/E-One 1250/1000
    Engine 4- 1985 Ford/E-One 750/1000
    Old Red- 1948 Ford/Pirsch Parade Truck

    Tanker
    Fire Knocker- 1989 Mitsubishi/Rurual Fire Defense 1500 gallon tanker

    Rescue
    Truck 5- 1997 Dodge 2500 Light Rescue/Service truck.
    Career Firefighter
    Volunteer Captain

    -Professional in Either Role-

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    I don't mind fire rolling over my head. I just don't like it rolling UNDER my a**.

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    Engines:
    Engine 71 (E71) - 2003 Pierce Custom Contender
    Engine 72 (E72) - 2009 Pierce Responder Commercial Contender

    Tankers:
    Tanker 73 (T73) - 1994 S&S Commercial Tanker (1800 gal.)
    Tanker 74 (T74) - 1984 GMC Commercial Tanker (1400 gal.)

    Brush/EMS
    Engine 75 (E75) - 1981 GMC Commercial Brush/EMS
    Rescue 76 (R76) - 2006 GMC Commercial Brush/EMS

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    Thanks Harve for the coke covered screen. Again.

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    http://www.perryfiredept.com/apps/ph...lbumid=8532534

    Perry Truck #1
    1984 American LaFrance "Century" Pumper-Tanker
    Powered with a 671T 300 HP Detroit Diesel Engine supplying a 1500 GPM two-stage pump with 1000 gallons of water on board along with a Allison Automatic Transmission. (recently put up as surplus).

    Perry Truck #2
    2005 KME "Panther" Pumper-Tanker
    Powered with a 400 HP Cummings Diesel Engine supplying a 2000 GPM pump single stage pump along with a Allison 3000 5-speed automatic transmission with 1500 gallons of water on board.

    Perry Truck #3
    1982 Pierce / Mack / LTI 100ft. Aerial Platform
    Powered by a Mack E6350 Diesel Engine along with a HT740 4-speed automatic transmission.

    Perry Truck #4
    1992 International 4900 2X2 Rescue Truck
    Powered by a DT466 / 250 HP Diesel Engine and is driven through an automatic transmission.

    Perry Truck #5
    1995 Freightliner Tanker-Pumper
    Carries 3300 gallons of water to support the 1250 GPM Hale Pump and is driven through an automatic transmission.
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    Fire Station...

    Engine.. 1987 Hahn HCP-15 1500/500/15F

    Rescue Engine... 2006/7 Seagrave Marauder II 1500/500/25F Hurst Equipped

    Rescue Squad... 1993 Pierce Arrow Non Walk-In

    Brush Truck... 1988 Ford F-350 4x4

    Ambulance... we had one, but the County took it....

    Paramedic Ambulance... ALF MedicMaster/Freightliner M2 (County Owned)

    Car... 2007 Chevrolet Impala (County Owned)

    Chief's Car... 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer 4x4

    Deputy Chief... 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP


    EMS Station

    Ambulance... 2009 Horton/GMC C-4500 Type I Medium Duty

    Medic... 200? GMC Yukon 4x4/Fastlane ALS Chase Vehicle

    EMS Utility.. 200? Chevrolet Suburban 4x4/Fastlane

    Chase Unit/2nd Utility.... 200? Chevrolet Suburban 4x4/Fastlane

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    heres our fleet, serving about 5 to 7 thousand people mostly rural, and averaging about 400 calls per year.
    Engines:
    2010 Freightliner quad cab midship 1500gpm 1000gal tank. Alexis fire equip.
    First out on structures
    2002 Freightliner quad cab midship, 1250gpm 1000 gal tank. Alexis fire equip.
    First out on all MVA's and industrial accidents
    1984 Chevy C70 midship, 750gpm 750gal tank. Alexis fire equip. Reserve only

    Tenders:
    1982 Ford, 1400gal tank, 500gpm pump and roll capable. Alexis Fire equip.
    1990 International pumper/tanker, 3000gal tank 500gpm, pump and go
    capable. Alexis Fire equip.

    Rescues:
    1997 Freightliner walk through rescue, hold all extrication equip. and rolls
    on every call. mobile command center. Alexis fire equip.

    Brush rig
    2002 F350 brush rig. dept built, also used for secondary medical rig,

    Command
    2000 Ford Crown vic. personel carrier/ chiefs car.

    oh yeah and ALL YELLOW!!!!!!!!
    Whos says Fire Trucks cant be YELLOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by InstructorJV87 View Post

    oh yeah and ALL YELLOW!!!!!!!!
    Stick them outside for a while they will ripen up. Just kidding

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtucker1384 View Post
    Stick them outside for a while they will ripen up. Just kidding
    haha yeah yeah yeah heard that one once or twice lol
    Whos says Fire Trucks cant be YELLOW!

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    our fleet...

    ENGINES:
    E62 2005 HME Ahrens Fox. 883gal tank, 1500gpm pump. Rig carries a combi-tool and ppu and basic cribbing as well. also carries an electric fan.
    E64 2007 Seagrave. Our cadillac. 998gal tank, 1500gpm pump. carries a combi and ppu as well as basic cribbing and an electric fan.
    E63 1993 Seagrave. Currently OOS

    truck
    T67 2001 Smeal/HME 105' rear mount stick.

    Rescue
    R66 2007 HME Ahrens Fox walk around. Onboard PTO Generator, Command Light light tower, Dual holmatro preconnected cutter and spreader.

    Tanker
    K68 1986 Mack/Maxim. 3750 gal tank, 750gpm pump, 2 attack line crosslays, ground ladders

    Units
    2005 Ford F250 diesel
    2006 Ford Explorer
    1999 Chevy Tahoe

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods View Post
    Around Here, they all respond in their own Expeditions...........
    HAAAAAAAAAhahahaha, ya beat me to it Harve!!!
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    Volunteer dept. 36 firefighters, 7 Juniors

    3 Pumpers
    Engine 11- 2004 Smeal International DT530 5 man cab 1000gal tank Waterous 1500gpm pump

    Engine 13- 1978 Hendrickson FMC Custom Pumper 750gal tank Hale 1250gpm pump

    Engine 17-1982 GMC Grumman Attack Cat 4x4 Attack pumper 500gal tank Waterous 750gpm pump

    2 tankers
    Tanker 19-1997 Volvo Tandem Axle Tractor with a 3000gal custom tank

    Tanker/Engine 12-1988 GMC Grumman 7000 series 1500gal tank American Godiva 1000gpm pump

    1 Ladder
    Ladder 15-1980 Seagrave Aerial Cat 100ft Ladder

    1 Rescue
    Rescue 19-1997 International 4700 Crew Cab with a Custom rescue body

    2 Utilities
    Utility 18-2003 Chevy 2500HD Silverado
    Support 16-1996 Ford Crown Victoria

    1 mobile De-con trailer
    2 campers- one mobile command, and one rehab unit

    Pictures at richwoodvfd.webs.com
    Last edited by Station1FF; 03-17-2011 at 10:51 PM.

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    Engine 71: 2001 Pierce Dash
    Engine 72: 1999 Pierce Saber
    Engine 75: 1986 Pierce/Ford mini-pumper
    Tanker 7: 1991 Pierce Lance Pumper/Tanker
    Squad 7: 2009 Pierce Heavy Rescue Squad
    Brush 7: 2003 Ford F-350 Brush Truck
    BX-7: 1983 Chevy Custom Delux Brush Truck
    Jeep 7: 1995 Jeep Wrangler
    Zodiak 7: 2005 14' Apex Zodiak
    Amb 78 and 79: 2003 and 2002 Ford PL-Custom Ambulances
    3 Ford Excursion/Expedition utility vehicles

    See http://www.slvfd.com/apparatus2.html for pictures.

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    All voll dept, 56 sq miles and 6oo population. 27 voll, 19 are first responders/FF

    E-306 2005 spartan/smeal, 6 man cab, 1250 pump-1000 gal tank w/20 gal foam cell,
    first out on all fire, rescues and M-aid

    E-377 1977 chev/darley c-65 cab 750 pump-750 tank, reserve engine and fill point
    pumper

    Tkr-367 1967 gmc/alexis 500 pump and roll front mount/1800 stainless eliptical
    (installed in 1993), front remote controled turrent field fires and tanker. fill time 1.6
    min, dump time 1.3 1650 gal.

    R-395 1995 chev 3500HD 4 door- utility body converted to med/rescue purpose,
    carries 3 bottle cascade and 7 SCBA spares plus spare bottles, ems gear/AED etc.

    S-396 GMC/1500 with utility bed, used for trafic control and supplies when needed. also for transportation to trainings and meetings out of district if only 4 or less personel going
    Randy Meyer Chief S.T.F.P.D.

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    All Volunteer Dept.

    2011 Pierce Responder---1250 GPM Pump 1000 Gal Tank
    1989 Converted International Truck to 3500 gal tanker
    1991 Converted Ambulance to "Rescue"
    1976 GMC 2500 Brush Truck 300 Gal Tank
    2010 Kawasaki Mule on Tracks with Med-Tech Fire/rescue Skid for Off Road Rescue
    1995 Fire Boat--Floating Waterous Pump

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    - Engine 508A - (twin to E508B) 2008 E-One Cyclone II
    - Engine 508B - (twin to E508A) 2008 E-One Cyclone II
    - Engine 508C (First Battalion Reserve Pumper old Wagon 508/Engine 508B) - 88 E-One Hurricane (rehabbed in 97)
    - Rescue 508 - 2006 E-One Cyclone II (Non Walk-in)
    - Attack 508 - (Also Rescue 508B) 1997 International 4900/E-One Mini-Pumper/Rescue (This thing does it ALL)
    - Ambulance 508A - 2003 International 4200 VT365/Excellance
    - Ambulance 508B - 2001 International 4700 LP/Excellance
    - Chief 508 - 2010(?) Ford Expedition
    - Assistant Chief 508A - 2005 Ford Expedition
    - Assistant Chief 508B - 2002 Ford Expedition
    - Utility 508A - 2005 Ford Excursion. Also runs as Battalion Chief 501X (when our capt has Battalion duties)
    - Utility 508B - 2005 Ford F-350. Over the winter runs as Snow Plow 508
    -Mass Casualty Support 508 - 2005 Chevy 4500 Box Truck (owned by PWC DFR and housed at our station)

    Older units recently decommissioned:
    -Light 508 - Trailer pulled by either of the Utilities (engine died and it would cost more to fix it then how much we bought it for ($1))
    -Disaster Support 508 - Was a trailer pulled by Utility 508B, used pre-MCS 508. (may be re-assigned in duties soon)

    Engine 508C has a twin (old Engine 508A) it is an 89 (rehabbed in 98) and is now serving as Engine 591B at the Prince William County Training Center.

    For more info visit:
    http://www.yvfd8.org/Page/Apparatus/

    And for photos of old Engine and Wagon 8 (or any other photos) visit:
    http://gallery.yvfd8.org/main.php

    And our main site:
    http://www.yvfd8.org

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    ^^It's funny that your "mini-pumper" is almost the size of our first out engine. Definitely shows the difference in tactics and departments. (Our first out is my pic)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGITCH View Post
    ^^It's funny that your "mini-pumper" is almost the size of our first out engine. Definitely shows the difference in tactics and departments. (Our first out is my pic)
    Our neighboring department has one about that size that they refer to as a "midi."
    Opinions my own. Standard disclaimers apply.

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