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    Justin Gershon
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    Wink What kinda apparatus do you guys run?

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    6873
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    [This message has been edited by 6873 (edited 02-19-2001).]

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    BayRidge60
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    Cool

    Well Justin...I'm just a short drive up the Northway in Queensbury (Warren Co.) My company is the Bay Ridge Vol. Fire Co. We run 2 Engines, 1 Engine/Rescue, 1 Tanker, 1 Brush Truck, and 1 Light Rescue (EMS). Take Care/Stay Safe.


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    Glenn Ralston
    Firefighter/EMT-D
    Bay Ridge Fire-Rescue
    byrdg60@netscape.net

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    firecadetak
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    Auke Bay/Lynn Canal Fire District is two station that has been consolidated to one district of Capital City Fire/Rescue in Juneau Alaska.

    The Auke Bay Station has an engine, a utility truck.quick response vehicle, and a water rescue cataraft. The Lynn Canal Station has an engine and a 3500 gal water tender.

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    ffkiwi
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    Smile

    hi Justin
    I am a Member of the Marton Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire service.
    We have the following appliances (apparatus).
    - Mitsibishi 6/1 CAF pumper
    - Volvo 6/3 pumper
    - Ford "N" series Tanker
    - International V8 Emergency Tender/ Pumper
    (Used for MVA's and Serious fires)

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    ffkiwi
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    If you would like to see more info on the New Zealand Fire Service and some of the brigades that make it up, go to...
    www.firestation.org.nz


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    We go in when others are getting out!

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    Firefighter194
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    We operate out 5 stations and have 1 100' Ladder Tower, 1 135' Aerial, 9 Class A Pumpers, 2 Heavy Rescue Squads, 1 Air Unit, 1 Command Unit, 1 Mini Pumper, 8 ALS Ambulances, 5 Squad Trucks, 5 Chiefs Cars.

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    FireOne
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    All vol. department operating out of three stations. Five engines, four rescues, one brush truck, and one quint on order.
    3 - Pierce
    1- Alexis
    1- Salisbury
    2- E-one
    1- Boyer
    4- Home build
    www.limestonefire.org

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    esvfdfirefighter
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    Operating out of 2 stations we run 3 engines, 2 tankers, 2 squads, 1 rescue, 1 brush truck...

    1 E-ONE Engine
    1 FMC Engine
    1 Ford Engine
    2 International Tankers
    2 Chevy Squads
    1 Dodge Powerwagon Brush Truck
    1 Ford/Pierce Rescue


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    cfr3504
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    Cool

    Callands Volunteer Fire & Rescue, We run from one station with 1 Engine, 2 Tankers, 1 Mini-Pumper, 1 Walk-Around Medium Duty Rescue, & 2 Ambulances! For a more detailed listing, check out my post on the "Your Volunteer Dept" topic!

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    TXFIRE6
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    13 stations:

    10 Engines
    2 Quints
    2 Aerials(trucks)
    2 Rescues
    3 Brush Trucks
    1 Tanker
    1 Boat(with truck to pull it)
    2 Airport Crash Trucks
    4 Chiefs

    Also 4 reserve Engines,a van

    The FD shop has 1 vehicle, and Fire Prevention has 5 cars and a large Arson Van.

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    Any Opinion expressed, are my own, and do not reflect my Department...RB

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    RS225
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    Well the GILES COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD has 6 stations.


    6 pumpers
    5 brush
    4 tankers
    3 rescue

    ........fire fetish????.....damn right

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    squirrel721
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    Hollywood Vol Fire Dept

    2 Engines
    1 Pumper/Tanker
    1 Rescue Squad
    3 Brush units
    1 Chiefs car

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    mike021
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    http://www.nfco1.freeservers.com

    We run a Ladder, Engine and 2 ambulance. Check the web page for pics and info. Sign the book please!!

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    This is your brain... Pierce
    This is your Brain on drugs..... E-One
    http://www.nfco1.freeservers.com

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    flash32
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    1. 1996 Ford E450 14' 5 man cab for
    First Responder and Rescue Vehicle
    2. 1982 IHC 1250GPM Darley Pumper by Welch
    Fire Equipment
    3. 1991 KME Renegade Pumper w/1250GPM Hale pump and 1000 gallon Poly Tank.
    4. 1992 Dodge 3/4 ton 4x4 grass rig
    5. 1999 Sterling Tanker w/3000 Welch tank, two 12" side dumps and one 12" rear dump
    6. 1990 Ford L8000 Tanker w/3000 Welch tank, two 12" side dumps and one 12" rear dump

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    Adam J. Dorn

    These are my opinions and not of any group or org. that i belong to.

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    Engine 101
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    Well Monrovia
    3 Engine's E-One
    E-101, E-102, E-201
    3 Paramedic Rescue Squads Ford and Hackney
    Squad 101, 102 701
    (Squad 102 doubles as our USAR Truck)
    1 Truck LTI
    Truck 102
    1 Battalion Chief Chevy Suburban
    Battalion 10
    and the Fire Chief has a Ford Crown Victoria

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    DFDco18
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    1st Department:

    Dayton Fire Department, Ohio
    14 Stations
    13 Engine Cos(majority are E-One)
    6 Ladder Cos (including one mid-mount platform)
    5 ALS Medics
    4 BLS Ambulances
    3 District Chiefs per duty day
    2 Heavy Rescues, one w/pump
    2 Fireboats
    1 SCUBA Team
    1 Foam Unit
    1 Air Truck
    1 Transport
    1 Senior Paramedic
    and a multitude of reserve equipment

    2nd department
    Central Joint Fire District, Ohio

    Check out www.cjfd.org for info.


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    DFD Company 18
    "The Clubhouse"

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    LtStick
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    Hi Justin. I run with Columbia Fire Co of Osceola Mills PA
    We run;
    1973 CF Mack/ Gruman- Engine/Rescue 1250 GPM pump, 600 gal. tank, 80 gal foam tank
    1993 KME Engine 2000 gpm, 750 gal tank, 30 gal. foam tank
    1982 CF Mack/ LTI 106 foot rear Mount Ladder Truck "Bulldog One"
    1983 2 1/2 ton Brush Tanker 3 inch trash pump, 1,200 gal tank
    1982 Chevy Blazer Utility
    You can see pictures of them on our fire companies web site @ http://members.tripod.com/columbiafireco/

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    Engine 33
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    Ok out here
    We have 4 RA'S Paramedic Rescue Ambulances
    2 10OFT Tiller Trucks
    9 Engine's
    1 BC's

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    Calvertvolunteer
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    Calvert Company 1
    North Beach, MD

    2 Ambulances (Medtec and PL Custom)
    2 Engines (Pierce)
    1 95' Tower (Pierce)
    1 Heavy Rescue (E-One)
    1 Brush Truck (Chevy 3500)
    1 Utility (Ford F-350)
    2 Boats (Zodiac, and Boston Whaler)

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    ENGINE 52
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    Thumbs up

    Goodwill Hose Co #3
    Bristol Pa.
    Sta. 52
    1990 Pierce Lance 8 man cab 1750 gpm pump 750 gal. tank 1300' 5"
    1984/97 Pierce Arrow 6 man cab 1750 gpm pump
    500 gal. tank 1600' 5"

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    GTFDLt61
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    Cool

    What do we run, hmmm...

    Central Station.
    E1, 1984 Hahn 2nd due pumper
    Combo3,1971 Thibault IH brush truck
    E5, 1999 Central States/HME 1st due pump
    L1, 1981 ALF RMA, 100'
    R1, 1986 Ford light/medium Rescue
    F2, 1984 Chevy p/u w/ skid
    F1, 1953 Dodge M37 w/ brush set-up
    boat, 14' aluminium boat

    Erie Station, [www.Eriefour.com]
    E4,1981 Ford/Grumman
    Combo 4, 1985 Pierce/IH fast attack


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    Lansingfire4
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    Cool

    I'm an Engineer on a career dept. we run:

    10 Engines
    4 Trucks (2 sticks, 2 platforms)
    4 Medics "sleds"
    2 ATV's
    2 Cheifs
    1 ISO
    1 Haz-Mat
    1 Tech Rescue (trench, confined space, & high angle)


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    Icerader
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    Garden Grove FD
    Orange Co. California

    7 Stations with:
    2 4 man Medic Engines (Beck Engines)
    2 3 man PAU Engines(Beck Engine)
    3 3 man BLS Engines (1 Beck, 1 KME, 1 Pierce)
    1 3 man Truck ( Simon LTI 100' aerial)
    1 2 man Medic Squad (Chevy 3500 service unit)
    1 Air/Light Utility truck (unmanned GMC 3500)
    1 Batt Chief (Suburban)

    All engines have Midship (transverse) pump panels.

    Capt. Bill Dumas
    Engine 4B (BLS)

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    CaptainCarp
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    Sedro-Woolley Vol. Fire Dept.
    Washington State

    1 Station

    3-Engines
    1-Aid Car
    1-Tanker
    1-Heavy Rescue
    1-Utility
    2-Command
    4th Engine on order and new Utility to replace one well used one.

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