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    2004 4-Guys stainless engine: Spartan chassis with 1500 Darley pump, 1250 gallon tank, 2200' 3", 200' 2.5", 2- 250' 1.5" lines.

    1998 Darley Rescue Pumper: Spartan chassis with 1500 Darley pump, 750 gallon tank, Amkus Rescue Tools, 2200' 3", 200' 2.5", 2- 250' 1.5" lines.

    1974 Ford F250 Brush Truck: 250 gallon tank, 250gpm pto pump (rarely used), 10gpm @1000psi maddog brush system with class a foam and 300' of pressure washer hose on an electric reel.


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    haha yeah yeah yeah heard that one once or twice lol

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    Upper Township Volunteer Fire Department

    2003 Smeal Pumper on International 4 door cab and chassis
    1250 pump 1000 gallon tank
    1st out on structures and MVAs.
    Akron foam inductor (we hate it)

    2010 Summitt Tanker on International 2 door cab and chassis
    500 pump and 2000 gallon tank
    remote controlled side and rear dumps with rear view camera
    Hale foam systen and pump boss govenor system (love them both)
    First out on mutual aid calls, second out on structure fires

    1986 S&S pumper on Chevrolet Topkick
    1000 gallon 3 stage pump 1000 gallon tank
    Stainless steel body and tank
    3rd Stage booster line capable of up to 700 PSI.

    1985 K-5 Blazer
    Personel carrier and tow vehicle

    1996 Dodge Durango
    First responder vehicle

    2005 7' X 20' enclosed command center trailer
    drop down rear door to haul ATV

    2009 Honda Rubicon ATV with 2003 Triple S Rescue Cart
    Storage box with medical supplies and 45 watt mobile radio

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    Quote Originally Posted by tree68 View Post
    Our neighboring department has one about that size that they refer to as a "midi."
    Our second out engine is literally the size of that mini-pumper. I would like to see a large custom try to operate effectively in our district.

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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)
    ours is better cuz its red lol........jk do you have a link to y'alls website (i didnt see it but may just have overlooked it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireInTheShire View Post
    ours is better cuz its red lol........jk do you have a link to y'alls website (i didnt see it but may just have overlooked it)
    YELLOW Apparatus also lives at www.GDVFD18.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods View Post
    YELLOW Apparatus also lives at www.GDVFD18.com
    ewwww they are all yellow AHHHHH lol nice trucks though

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    All vol dept covering 185 sq miles. Mix of city and rural. City population approx 8500 people. All fire/rescue, no EMS running about 200-250 calls a year.

    Engine 1 2007 Alexis/Spartan 1500gpm pump carries 1000 gallons of water. 1st out on all city fire calls and second out on all city rescue calls. 6 man cab

    Engine 2 1998 Toyne/Spartan 1500gpm pump with 1000 gallons of water. 2nd out truck for both city and rural fire calls. 1st out truck for mutual aid to other towns. 5 man cab

    Engine 4 2007 Alexis/Spartan remount 1250gpm pump with 900 gallons of water. First out on rural calls and second out on rural rescue calls. 6 man cab.

    Rescue 1 1990 Saulsbury/Spartan heavy rescue. Generator/multi bottle cascade system. Jaws and spreaders on reels out the back. Carries all rescue tools and equipment.1st out for all rescue calls.

    Tower 1 1991 Simon/LTI/Spartan 105' ladder. 2000gpm pump. Also carries spare rescue tools for back up rescue truck.

    2 brush trucks,2 tankers 1 gator ATV,1 pickup truck, a trailer for carrying foam, insulation vac etc and a command vehicle.

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    http://www.greenwood78.org/fireapp.php
    This is easier than writing it all out...lol
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    Chief's Car 2005 Ford Explorer
    Engine 942 2009 Crimson 1500 GPM Pumper
    Engine 943 1997 KME 1750 GPM Pumper
    Quint 946 2006 Seagrave 1500 GPM/75’ Quint
    Cascade 947 1997 KME Air Cascade Unit

    this is just my battalion
    follow the link for the whole district http://deptfordfd.org/apparatus.html
    this is the color scheme of all the trucks
    Last edited by DFD; 05-28-2011 at 04:02 PM.
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