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    Ok I'm going to adding some more pics of our Trucks this is our inital attack pumper(1997 Freightliner 1000tank)
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    This is our 1866 Amoskeag Steamer (The "steam" is from a smoke machine, it was until 1989 when the boiler broke the oldest active steamer in the US)
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    This is our 1932 Sanford It's used for parades only (It is being driven by the late Steve Gavin and ironically the truck hasn't been able to start since he passed away)
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    This is our 1969 Mack Reserve Engine (Unfortunately the only picture I have of it is at the Funeral for Fallen Firefighter Steve Gavin)
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    Talking Here's Ours

    Here is the line-up in my dept. Open doors 2 thru 6. Door 1 is just the department history. We have no vehicle in that bay right now.

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    Hope you enjoy em, we do.

    If you're not busy, check out the whole site. You can see all of our members (except for those not yet photographed) under firefighters.
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    you can go to our site and see our equipment....the address is www.natalbanyfirerescue.tzo.com
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    It's a Mercedes Benz from 1979
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    Cool engine 90

    engine monkeys goin to work at a s/f/d.
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    Originally posted by SFDAJL52
    Amphibious Fire Attack Truck

    Slime green working on barnicle green
    Underwater firefighting? They say a picture is worth 1,000 words


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    Rather than wait until it's been dead ten years, I'm resurrecting this thread now.

    Here's our current fleet, plus some retirees.

    If you're into fire trucks, www.kentuckyfiretrucks.com is a great one. No ads, just lots of photos from all 120 counties. And no, I neither run nor get a commission from the site.

    Snoop around if your department has ever sold a truck into Kentucky. Most of the photos include the previous department's name if the truck was bought used.
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    I'll play:

    Engine 1 - 2012 International/E-ONE 1250/1280 Pumper/Tanker
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    Brush 1 - 1999 M35A3 350/600 6x6 Truck (Currently Building)
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    Brush 2 - 1975 Dodge/Pierce 250/250 4x4 Mini Pumper
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    Rescue 1 - 1998 Ford/Osage Ambulance
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    Ah, the military surplus truck. The backbone of rural American fire service. My hometown's area was absolutely covered with those old Willys pickups. They sure fought a lot of fires. There are still a couple of 5-tons and deuce-and-a-halfs around here, too. Indestructible!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EastKyFF View Post
    Ah, the military surplus truck. The backbone of rural American fire service. My hometown's area was absolutely covered with those old Willys pickups. They sure fought a lot of fires. There are still a couple of 5-tons and deuce-and-a-halfs around here, too. Indestructible!
    You got that right! Without Military Surplus we would still be using some really old, worn out stuff. There is still a lot of it running around this area, in fact, one department in the county has obtained all but two of their apparatus from surplus. They have a 1996 KME Engine, a 1993 Pierce 85' Quint, a 2005 International KME 3500 gallon tanker, a 4400 series International 4x4 as a brush/rescue, and a Tahoe all from surplus.

    The 2001 Freightshaker is Surplus, it replaced this 1968 M54 6x6 under our tanker.
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    We had an M38 Jeep that was used as a brush rig, very handy, but also pretty dangerous. It tossed the motor so it got turned in for de-mil. Our biggest home run with Surplus was the (20) Scott 4.5 NxG2 Airpacks we got last Fall. The each have (2) 60 min bottles, RIT hookups, CBRNE regulators, they are equipped with SEMS, and an integrated Comms system that happened to have the correct hookups for the radios we use. They also threw in a 5 stage breathing air compressor and fill station. This stuff replaced our old Scott 2.2's that were all NFPA 1987. Like you said, it is the backbone of the Rural Fire Service and the stuff may be ugly but it works, it's easy to work on, and it's tough!

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    Our newest rig.

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    I hadda do it, so you hadda do it!!.....lol... That mural has turned heads since day one, sharp!......
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods View Post
    I hadda do it, so you hadda do it!!.....lol... That mural has turned heads since day one, sharp!......
    Yep, that's right... I'll have to stop by and take a look at yours sometime. I do miss the walk-in.

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    Here is our newest a 2012 Quantum. I love the unpainted doors makes it look like a beer can. But I do like the chassis.

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