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    Question What Is In Your Barn

    Just wanted to get to know everyone a little. And see what kind of Rigs you have vs call volume. Im my barn (oldest to the newest)
    1946 Studabaker (parade truck)
    69 GMC Step Van/Equipment truck
    81 Ford/pierce Pumper 1000gpm 1000gal tank
    83 GMC 2000 Gal Tanker 750gpm front mount pump
    86 Ford F-350 4x4 Light Rescue
    92 Ford F-350 4x4 4dr cab mini-pumper/Brush truck
    95 Ford/E-One Pumper 1250GPM 1000gal tank
    96 Chevy lumnia command car

    And we run about 70 runs a year, No ems

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    Okay, first things first. We gotta stop callin' 'em barns. You didn't list any horses so......

    Our station has:

    -1971 Ford/Darley Pumper/tanker (1000 tank, 350 pump. Okay, it's more of a grass rig.)
    -1972 Ford/Pierce 65' Snorkel (1000 pump, no tank)
    -1985 Ford/E-One pumper (1000 tank, 750 pump)
    -1992 Navistar/E-One Rescue Engine (1000 tank 1250 pump)
    -1994 Navistar Tanker (3000 tank, NO PUMP (!?!))
    -1998 Chevy/Monroe grass truck (300 skid load)
    -1995 Ford/MedTec ALS Ambulance

    As soon as we get room, we'll put our 1936 GMC/American pumper in someplace. Maybe then we can get to restoring it.....

    We ran 194 last year (dammit, could get six more!!?!?), 144 EMS.
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    Our department has

    1979 Ford FMC 750 Pumper with 750 gal tank
    1981 Chev 750 mid ship pumper with 750 gal tank
    1985 Ford 1250 tanker with 250 pump
    2001 Ford F-550 Brush / Equipment truck 300gal tank and lots of equipment

    The three newest are all manufactured by Alexis Fire Equipment
    We usually make 40 -50 runs a year no EMS but do a few EMS assist calls.

    PS--- its all red

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    We have the following
    A 1980 ALF aerial ladder 1500-300
    A 1992 Pierce Lance 1500-750
    A 1996 Pierce Lance Rescue pumper 1500-750-30
    A 1998 Ford Osage ALS ambulance
    A 2001 Ford Osage ALS ambulance
    We ran approx 1850 calls last year out of 1 firehouse. We are on pace to do over 1900 this year. about 60% EMS 40% FIRE. We do not make individual runs out of each rig that responds,unlike some departments I know do.

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    1981 Intl/Pierce 1250 pump 1000 tank it's even red
    1984 chevy front mount waterous 750 with 750 tank(taken off 1952 intl)
    1974 chev/pierce 4X4 500 with 250tank and all rescue tools.
    1991 chev 2500 gal tanker
    2000 chev 2500 gal tanker
    1994 ford medtec ILS(for now)
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    130 calls a year 70% ambulance
    Every silver lining's got a touch of grey...I wiilll get by....


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    Default I noticed that COLOR wasn't mentioned!

    First of all:
    Our department runs about 60 calls a year; 35 rescue and 25 fire calls. We are now counting medical first response calls, so the numbers will go up.
    Equipment consists of:
    1985 Chevrolet P-30 StepVan with cascaded air, generator, lights, extrication tools, airbags, cribbing, etc.
    1969 Chevrolet with 500 gpm front mount Barton/American pump and a 1150 gallon tank w/Newton dump. It is in reserve.
    1989 Chevrolet Kodiak with 750 gpm front mount American/Godiva pump and a 1000 gallon tank w/Newton dump. It also has a set of extrication equipment on it.
    1998 Freightliner 5 man cab with 1500 gpm Hale midship pump with top mount control and a 1000 gallon tank. Also equipped with 5" LDH hose and deck gun.
    All trucks were built by Alexis Fire Equipment. The rescue van was purchased used and refurbished by the department members.
    We serve a fire district that is 62 square miles and 1100 population.
    Did I mention that the '89 and '98 are fluorescent red in color?
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    How come we haven't done this before?

    We've got the following:
    1988 Ford F800, 750 midship, top controls, 1000 tank. Just got it from Pittsboro, IN. It's that (s)lime green one.
    1973 Ford/Towers "C" model, 500 hale front pump, 1000 tank. It's red, as are all the rest of these.
    1960 IH/Towers, 500 Barton/American front mount, 500 tank, Station 2's pumper
    1974 Chevy tanker, 1200 gal., 200 gpm PTO pump, 10" dump
    1980 Ford tanker, 1200 gal., no pump, 10" dump. Hey, if it's a tanker, it hauls water. Don't need a pump.
    1988 Ford F250 4X4, skid unit w/ 250 gal., brush stuff, generator, quartz lights
    1992 Ford Ranger 4X4, 110 gal., 50 gpm pump, brush stuff & 1st Responder equipment. Housed in Station 2 in my home town.
    1997 Ford E350, former ambulance. We use it for equipment & 1st Respnder calls from Station 1. Has saws, cascade, air packs, etc.
    1980 E350, will be 1st Responder vehicle, truck co. for Station 2 when the new building gets done. If it ever gets started.
    We run about 140 calls a year total, 100 1st Responder. Our district is 94 square miles w/ 18 miles of RR & 8 miles of Interstate.

    I didn't know there were that many other depts. w/ front pumps. I love them but the cost for a new one is out of reach for us now. I understand they're about a 30,000 premium from the big truck builders. A neighboring dept. just got a new one. Towers mounted the pump for Luverne. That saved them big bucks. They had to go to a bigger chassis to get the PTO off the crankshaft. It had to fit under the radiator instead of going through it like they used to. That truck's a monster.
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    I forgot to mention, all of our trucks are slime green except for our 81 intl. We hate this color
    Every silver lining's got a touch of grey...I wiilll get by....


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    1981 Ford/Alexis 1400 gallon Tanker

    1991 Ford/Marion walk through heavy rescue

    1994 International/pierce 5 man engine

    2002 Kenworth/pierce 1300 gallon pumper/tanker

    hopefully soon to be adding a new brush truck as long as
    vcfpd3 gives a good price...lol...the 81 tanker about to go out of service too...

    right now we are running 70 or so calls a year, getting ready to add
    ems into our dept which will take us to around 250 a year

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    1970 IH 3/4 ton Brush truck
    1985 Chevy/ Darley 1000gpm engine (DRAFT ONLY)
    1994 White/ 4000gal tanker with 500gpm pump
    1995 IH/ 2200gal tanker w/500gpm pto pump, pump on the run with 360degrees spray heads
    1995 IH/ Darley 1250 engine
    1995 Chevy w/work body (looks like Squad 51)
    1994 Chevy w/ Ambulance, body BLS non-transport

    Coming SOON 2003 IH/ 1000gpm CAFS urban interface engine
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    Default Ok now....don't laugh

    Ok....here we go:

    2 1956 Ford F-700 Pumpers (500gpm/750gal)
    1 1978 Dodge/Pierce Mini Pumper (400gpm/300gal)
    1 1972 Ford Tank (no Pump/2500gal)
    1 1996 Towers Pumper (1250gpm/1500gal)
    1 1998 Chevy 3500 Brush rig (350gpm/250gal)

    Run about 50-60 calls per year. They include fire and rescue.

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    Default Here we gone

    Here is our current list of what we have:
    (In year order)

    Coming Soon - 2003 - New Rescue (about 3000% better than our current one ; will get some pictures when we get it ~July)
    2001 - Smeal Quint ; 105' Aerial
    2000 - Haulmark 14' ; Trench Rescue Trailer
    1998 - GMC Suburban ; Command, Utility
    1997 - KME Renegade ; Pumper
    1992 - Alexis\Form Superduty ; Rescue Truck
    1985 - Pierce Arrow ; Pumper
    1979 - Alexis\International ; Pumper
    1962 - Alexis\International 190 ; Pumper\Tanker\Pump-and-Roll (The old one)


    Last year we had 317 calls.


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    Station 1:
    1963 ALF pumper - no longer in operation
    1980 ALF pumper
    1983 GMC light rescue

    Station2:
    1973 ALF pumper (used as a brush truck)
    1997 Pierce Dash pumper
    2001 Pierce/Freightliner medium duty rescue
    currently working on our hazmat trailer

    ran 515 calls last year

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    Here is our lineup.

    1982 Ford 750 gpm frontmount and 750 gal.
    1986 Ford 14' Walk-in rescue (generator,scene lights, cascade
    system, and first responder equipment).
    1995 Chevy 1-ton 4x4 Brush truck 250 gal.
    1998 Chevy Topkick 2000 wetside tanker (no pump)

    We also have a 1972 Ford 500gpm. and 500 gal. frontmount pumper
    we are trying to get rid of so if anyone knows of anyplace that
    can use something like this please e-mail me at tol@winco.net.

    All the vehichles we have were built by Alexis Fire Equipment.

    My district covers approximately 72 sq. miles of farmland and
    stripmines, along with 25-30 fishing and camping clubs that
    help to greatly increase our population in the summer.

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    Default Our Fleet

    1974 Chevy Mini Pumper
    1982 Ford American Eagle Pumper
    1987 Chevy Suburban
    1994 Chevy Suburban
    2000 Freightliner 3D Pumper/Tanker

    Buying a new mini pumper by the end of November this year!

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    Well we have a total of 7 station in our district. We cover around 260 Square Miles Each station has at minimum a engine, a tanker and a brush truck I will list just what is at the station I run out of which is station 1.

    This year so far we have run 195 calls 49 of which have been structure fires you can see the break down here http://www.wcfpd.net/2006FireCalls.htm

    in our station we have:
    1985 Maxim 5 man 500 Gal pumper
    1999 international (towers) 3 man 1000 Gal pumper
    1980 dodge 4x4 brush truck with 250 Gal Brush rig pulling a 90's model gator with 50 Gal brush rig
    2005 International 2200 Gal tanker (SEMO Built)
    1985 Ford Equipment truck (cube van Type) Just donated to us from Marion Fire Dept. and not in service yet.

    you can view our equipment here http://www.wcfpd.net/Equipmentpage.htm anything starting with a "21" is at our station

    on the equipment page you will also notice our new R-1 Vehicle that is at station 6 at the airport serveral of us guys from our station has been training on it.

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    Firefighter 2160 -

    What areas does your district cover?

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3twpfire
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    What areas does your district cover?

    Basically ALL unincorporated area's of Williamson County, there are also a few small towns we cover such as Spillertown. We took in Creal Springs last year so that made our station 7. Once in a great while we will have a fire near a hydrant but not too oftern so most of them involve tanker operations with another engine at a dry hydrant. Not to toot our own horn but moving a TON of water in a hurry is some thing we are very good at

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    Twin 1988 Pierce Dash 1250gpm (engine 2713 and 2733)
    1989 Ford F250 Pick-up (2708)
    Dodge Durango Chief`s car (2700)
    1994 Pierce Arrow 1500gpm 54' Squirt (engine 2723)
    1998 Pierce Lance Heavy Squad (Squad 2707)
    Twin 2002 Ford E350 Osage Ambulances BLS (2752 and 2762)
    2004 Ford Pierce F550 4door Mini Pumper/Squad (Squad 2705)

    Could get 1900 calls this year @1300 now with 900 already EMS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefighter2160
    Well we have a total of 7 station in our district. We cover around 260 Square Miles Each station has at minimum a engine, a tanker and a brush truck I will list just what is at the station I run out of which is station 1.

    This year so far we have run 195 calls 49 of which have been structure fires you can see the break down here http://www.wcfpd.net/2006FireCalls.htm

    in our station we have:
    1985 Maxim 5 man 500 Gal pumper
    1999 international (towers) 3 man 1000 Gal pumper
    1980 dodge 4x4 brush truck with 250 Gal Brush rig pulling a 90's model gator with 50 Gal brush rig
    2005 International 2200 Gal tanker (SEMO Built)
    1985 Ford Equipment truck (cube van Type) Just donated to us from Marion Fire Dept. and not in service yet.

    you can view our equipment here http://www.wcfpd.net/Equipmentpage.htm anything starting with a "21" is at our station

    on the equipment page you will also notice our new R-1 Vehicle that is at station 6 at the airport serveral of us guys from our station has been training on it.
    Whoa I musta been asleep when I wrote this LOL. The Dodge brush truck is actually a 1990 model...I will just blame it on old age

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    At my POC department . . .

    2006 Freightliner / Simon, Pumper / Rescue, 1500GPM / 1000gal tank
    1983 E-One, 1500GPM / 750gal tank Pumper
    1986 E-One, 1000GPM / 750gal tank pumper
    1985 International Homebuilt, 350gpm / 2800 gal tender
    1998 GMC Jimmy (Chief's Car, soon to be station car)
    2007 ????? (new chief's car coming soon)

    251 calls last year - 111 fire / 120 ems / 20 fire investigation boxes

    At my part-time department

    2005 Pierce Pumper / Rescue, 1500 GPM / 750gal tank
    1995 HME Pumper, 1250gpm / 1000 gal tank
    2000 Pierce Pumper-Tanker, 2000gpm / 2500gal tank
    2000 Pierce 85' Aerial, 2000gpm / 300gal tank
    1997 Ford F350 Brush Truck
    1997 Road Rescue Ambulance
    1999 Road Rescue Ambulance
    Dodge Durango (Shift Commander Car)
    Chevrolet Suburban (Station Car)
    Chevrolet Impala (Chief Car)
    Chevrolet Tahoe (Deputy Chief's Car)

    2215 calls last year - 1515 ems / 700 fire

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    We have:

    1999 Central States/4 Door Freightliner FL70 Engine, 1000 gal/1500GPM
    2001 Simon/2 Door Freightliner FL80 Pumper-Tanker, 3000 gal/1500GPM
    1980 Alexis/Ford F-800 Engine, 1250gal/1750GPM front mount pump
    1990 Lifeline/Ford Super Duty Rescue/Ambulance
    *Soon to be replaced with a 2006 Alexis/Chevy C8500 Rescue with transport capability.
    1990 Ford F-350 Brush Truck with 300gal/300GPM skid unit
    1993 Crown Victoria Command Vehicle
    *Soon to be replaced with 2007 Chevy Trailblazer

    We operate as a Paramedic Specialist Level EMS First Response and approximately 75% of our membership is FFI certified or higher.

    We run 150 calls a year...approximately 120 of them EMS/Rescue
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    I have a 1995 Paint mare and a 2001 Thourobred gelding..................



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