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  1. #21
    pfpchief
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    black with lime green reflective stripping and red helmets. asst chiefs yellow with the stripes white hetmets, the chief white coat with the same lime green stripes and white helmet


  2. #22
    NY Smokey
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    New gear - Tan bunker gear with yellow/silver stripe

    Gear still in use - Tan bunkers with orange/silver stripe


  3. #23
    gordoffemt
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    Yellow coats and pants with orange reflective striping. FF's wear yellow helmets, officers wear white.

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    Lt. D. Gordon
    Greendale Fire Department
    Greendale, IN

  4. #24
    Truckman
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    PBI tan with FDNY lime/yellow triple trim...I prefer black.

    By the way I believe OSHA/NFPA is more concerned with the reflective qualities, not the color of the fabric.

  5. #25
    Michelle Latham
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    Smile

    My fire department in Delta Junction, Alaska wears yellow bunkers with orange and white reflective trim. I don't know why people think yellow bunkers look silly ... they do the job and they are worth gold to a small rural fire department. The chief officers at Delta fire dept. wear white bunkers with orange trim. Probies and firefighters wear yellow helmets, Lieutenants wear blue, Captains wear red and Chiefs wear white.
    My fire department in Fairbanks, AK wears PBI gold with yellow and white trim and some folks have black bunkers with incredibly huge orange reflective strips. You can't miss them in the dark!! The chief officers wear the PBI gold with white helmets. Probies wear yellow helmets, firefighters wear the coveted black helmets, and both Lieutenants and Captains wear red.
    I'm still a probie in Fairbanks so I have my nice shiny bright yellow probie helmet. I'm an entry firefighter in Delta but I'm still in a yellow helmet hahaha
    One of these days I'll be wearing white!!!!
    God bless and be safe everyone

  6. #26
    Captain Gonzo
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    Firefighter and line officer's turnouts are black P84 with the FDNY lime/silver/lime trim. Firefighters have black helmets with black shields, Lieutenants and Captains have black helmets with white shields.

    The Deputies and the Chief wear white Nomex turnout gear with the FDNY trim amd white helmets with gold shields.

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    Firefighters: Todays heroes protecting everyones tomorrows!
    Captain Gonzo




    [This message has been edited by Captain Gonzo (edited 05-14-2001).]

  7. #27
    WTFDFF10
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    Turnouts-
    Firefighters & Captains: Tan w/ orange/silver stripes.

    Medical Director (who is also an active Firefighter): Blue gear w/ yellow stripes.

    Chiefs: White coat & tan pants w/ orange/sliver stripes.

    Helmets-
    Firefighters: black
    Captains: red
    Chiefs: white
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    Washington Twp. Fire & Rescue
    Lucas County, OH www.wtfd.net

  8. #28
    lang
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    Our old gear was tan with yellow trimming but we've now changed to blue with lime trimming.

    Greetings from South Africa

    lang

  9. #29
    Captain54
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    We have PBI Gold with triple trim and and custom lettering

  10. #30
    Fire827
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    Wow! The amount of black gear that departments are wearing is allot more than I ever thought. I am a 10-year ff and I also run my own company and sell gear. I look back on my sales and department visits since Jan 01 and I have only seen about 20 sets still in service. I have not sold nor have I been asked for a quote for black gear of any kind. Let me say I do not have anything against black turnouts I am just surprised the amount of black bunkers out their. I am from northern Indiana and 5 years ago yellow Nomex with 3" orange striping was the gear of choice. I am seeing allot of departments upgrading from Nomex to Basofil or PBI tan color with 3M Triple trim (lime/silver/lime) It just shows me how different we all are but jet we all still get the same job done.

    Stay Safe and God Bless.
    Brian

  11. #31
    Nick SBFD 6
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    Brian that is an interesting point, it seems to me that gear color, and all ppe color/style/type is largly regional. Around here there is alot of black gear. And the PBI is making its way around, but mostly in paid departments now. And there is still some of that ugly yellow kicking aroundthe area too.


    -Nick

  12. #32
    cozmosis
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    NEW GEAR: PBI gold with yellow & silver trim. Red helmets.
    OLD GEAR: Nomex black with yellow trim. Black helmets.

  13. #33
    sconfire
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    Current Gear: Yellow w/lime-silver-lime stripes.
    Gear I wished I had: Black w/lime-silver-lime stripes.
    We wear Bullards with the following color combos:
    Probationary FF's/YELLOW
    Firefighters and Engineers/BLACK
    Captains/RED
    Chiefs/WHITE

    Some of have purchased leather helmets on our own. Most of the men have Cairns, a few of us have Conways. I really like my Conway, but I am ordering a Cairns because it is SWEEEEEET! Fits nice on the head as well!

    Stay Safe,


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    Captain Grant Mishoe
    North Charleston Fire Department
    North Charleston, SC

  14. #34
    hctrouble25
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    Cool

    PBI gold with a yellow-silver-yellow stripe
    used to be orange stripes, but we have switched over to the yellow - it matches our trucks! haha

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