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    Smile Your Dept. Apparatus

    These are my station 1 trucks...


    Ladder Co. 3312 is a 1999 Sutphen Ladder Tower. This truck is equipped with 500 gallons of water, 50 gallons of firefighting foam and is capable of pumping 2000 gallons of water per minute. The 100 foot elevated platform gives the fighter a tactical advantage in fighting large fires, along with the capabilities of performing rescues from upper floors of buildings.


    Rescue Co. 3316 is a 1998 Saulsbury Heavy Duty Rescue Truck. It has two 6000 watt telescoping light towers and a 90kw generator. The Rescue Company gets called out on all working fires and special alarms. It carries equiptment for high angle, building collapse, confined space and vehicle rescues. It also has SCUBA, ice rescue, an infared camera to aid in search and rescue, and an IFEX pulse 2000 water cannon.

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    Nice... is your station by it self ir is it surrounded by others.

    In Worthington Ohio we hold 11 pieces of Firefightin' power.
    Medic x3
    Engine/Rescue x2
    Tower Ladder x1
    Hazmatt x1
    Batt. Chief x1
    Chief x1
    Rescue Boat x1
    Station Truck x1

    visit http://wfd101.com to view some of the trucks.
    or http://columbusfire.8m.com/home.html then scroll down to station 100 next to Worthington and click on the Worthington link. you will be able to view the Ladder, Engine/Rescue, Batt. Chief, and then a link near the bottom you can see our other Engine/Rescue.

    Good topic to bring up.

    Stephen

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    My station runs a 2000 Sutphen Engine, a 1972 Maxim as a water supply truck, and a 1994 Spartan Heavy Rescue

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    hey you cam go to www.htfd.com to see our trucks i am out of station two.
    IF YOU FOLLOW ALL OF THE RULES YOU MISS ALL OF THE FUN.

    Moose (Post 2028 Vice President/ Command Officer)Explorer Highland Twp. Fire/Rescue Dept.

    Any Questions Contact Me At Moose20282@yahoo.com

    These Are My Opinions, Not that of My Dept. or Any other Orgnazition I Belong to.

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    Default Station Appartus

    Our FD consists of 25 Firefighters with the following vehicles serving 4,700 citizens



    TANKER: 2003 FREIGHTLINER FL80 2600 GAL - STATE AID PAYING FOR IT
    PUMPER: 2003 FREIGHTLINER M2 BUS CLASS 1000 GAL PUMPER - FEMA GRANT
    PUMPER: 1975 FORD F800 (I THINK) 1000 GAL PUMPER/WILL BE CHANGING TO 2000 GAL TANKER
    PUMPER: 1971 FORD PIERCE 500 GAL PUMPER
    BRUSH: 1986 DODGE RAM 4X4 200 GAL BRUSH
    RESCUE: 1993 FORD F350 4X4 W/ AMKUS RESCUE TOOLS W/ 175 GAL WATER

    TOTAL WATER: 5475 GAL


    BUDGET IS AROUND: 30,000 A YEAR

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    Nice rigs!!! We use Pierce.
    This is our line line up

    Geneva Serves Fire Protection to 20,000 people in a 5 miles radius. We run a full time out of both stations and also utilize Paid-on-Call firefighters. Geneva Fire Dept. Web Site--------> www.Geneva.il.us/fd/gfd1.htm or visit the City of Geneva's Web site at www.Geneva.il.us

    Car 200 1997 Jeep Cherokee(Chief)

    Car 201 2002 Plymoth Voyager(Dep. Chief)

    Car 202 1999 Dodge Caravan(Dep.Chief)

    Brush 203 1997 Chevy Dually/Brush squad (Station 2)

    Engine 204 1994 Pierce Dash (reserve engine)(Station 2)

    Engine 205 1999 Pierce Sabre (Frontline Station 1)

    Truck 206 1994 Pierce/Arrow 75" Snorkle Aerial (Station 1)

    Squad/Rescue 207 1989 GMC/Pierce squad body w/ 350 gallon mini-pump(Station 1)

    Engine 208 2003 Pierce Enforcer (frontline Station 2)

    Engine 209 1991 Pierce Lance(Reserve/Mutal aid engine) Station 1

    Medic 251 2002 Ford E-450/Taylor Made Ambulance(ALS Ambulance) Station 1

    Ambulance 252 1993 Ford E-350/Horton Ambulance (Warming rig/backup ambulance) Station 2

    Squad 260 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 w/ tow package and Jump-Bag (Station 1)

    Hazmat/TRS Trailer (Station 1)

    New Zodiac Boat (Station 1)

    Old Zodiac Boat (Station 2)
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    Default SALT RIVER FIRE DEPT.

    SALT RIVER FORE DEPT. HAS THREE STATIONS. WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING:

    CHIEF 1997 FORD SUV

    BATT. CHIEF 1998 SUV

    P. 1999 FORD F 250

    2 2000 PIERCE QUANTUMS

    1 2000 AMERICAN LaFRANCE

    1 2001 AMERICAN LaFRANCE (RESCUE)

    1 2000 AMERICAN LaFRANCE (UTILITY)

    1 1996 F 350 (ATTACK)

    1 1999 F 450 (RESCUE)

    1 1998 HORTON (RESCUE)

    1 1991 KME (TRUCK CO.)

    1 1989 FMC (EXPLORERS TRUCK)

    1 1998 E- ONE



    EXPLORER CAPT. R. LOPEZ JR.
    SALT RIVER FIRE DEPT.
    ENGINE 1
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    Here ya go for my second department, this is out of 18 stations, four battalions.

    Engine 1 199? Sutphen
    Engine 3 199? Sutphen
    Engine 4 2002 ALF
    Engine 5 2002 ALF
    Engine 6 199? Sutphen
    Engine 7 199? Sutphen
    Engine 8 199? Sutphen
    Engine 9 199? Sutphen
    Engine 10 199? Sutphen
    Engine 11199? Sutphen
    Engine 12 2001 ALF
    Engine 14 199? Sutphen
    Engine 15 199? Sutphen
    Engine 16 2001 ALF
    Engine 17 1986 Pierce (ex-county department)
    Engine 18 199? Sutphen
    Engine 19 2001 ALF
    Engine 20 2002 ALF
    Quint 5 1992 Sutphen 100
    Quint 6 199? Sutphen 75
    Quint 7 199? Sutphen 75
    Quint 9 2000 Sutphen 75
    Quint 10 199? Sutphen 100
    Quint 11 199? Sutphen 75
    Quint 17 1999 KME 102 (ex-county department)
    Quint 19 2001 Sutphen 75
    Rescue 5 1991 Pierce
    HAZMAT 19 200? Freightliner
    Decon 19 200? Freightliner
    Chemical 17 197? Foam unit (ex-county department)
    Air 1 2000 Freightliner
    Air 16 199? Chevy Stepvan
    Car 1 2000 Crown vic
    Car 2 2000 Crown vic
    Car 3 2000 Crown vic
    Car 4 2000 Crown vic
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    No longer an explorer, but I didn't wanna lose my posts.

    IACOJ 2003

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    Default Re: SALT RIVER FIRE DEPT.

    Originally posted by firelion


    1 1989 FMC (EXPLORES TRUCK)



    EXPLORE CAPT. R. LOPEZ JR.
    SALT RIVER FIRE DEPT.
    ENGINE 1
    Thats explorer not explore.
    No longer an explorer, but I didn't wanna lose my posts.

    IACOJ 2003

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    Our Apparatus Are As Follows
    We're Vollie By The Way

    All Officers POV's- Car Whatever..My example is Car 21

    Pumper 1- 2001 E-One Cyclone 2,1500 gpm pump,Foam Pro system,Air conditioned 4 man enclosed canopy.500 hp detroit engine w/allison automatic transmission.

    Pumper 2- 1991 Superior Pierce Lance,1050 gpm pump.A Foam Pro system. 4 man enclosed canopy cab

    Tanker/Pumper 3- 1982 Hub Mack,1800 gallon tanker w/1050 pump

    Heavy Rescue 4- 1990 Lantz Truck Fabricators,This Heavy Rescue has a full compliment of Holmatro Rescue tools,blocking,and an Air Bag system.A Cascade system also is on this unit which is utilized on major fire incidents.Medical equipment,defib and immoblization gear.A Cairns Thermal Imaging Camera,Heat detection gun,and Gas detectors.This unit is used as a communication unit at major incidents also.The truck also has a 10000 lb wench mounted on the front with a tripod system.

    Tanker 5- 1977 Lantz Truck Fabricaters Mack, This is a 1800 gallon tanker which was refurbished in 1997

    Aerial 6- 2003 E-One 95 ft PLatform.Engine is a series 60 w/500hp.Allison Automatic transmission,2000gpm pump,6 Man cab,300 gallon water tank,and a 20 gallon foam reservoir.It also has a Honda 6500 kw generator.Unit also has a rear back-up monitor system. Our Flagship if you will

    Light Rescue 7- 2000 Lantz Truck Fabricators Ford F-450, Rescue 7 is a First Responder unit which carries a full compliment of medical equipment including a LifePak 500 defib,Holmatro extrication tools ,air bag system, a 250 gpm pump and 4 scba's.

    Van 8- 1990 Dodge Dodge, This is a 15 passenger support vehicle and is to be replaced next month

    Stephen
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    Westville Fire Department

    Command 730


    FM-7


    Engine Company 731


    Engine Company 733


    Ladder Company 736


    Rescue Company 738


    Squad 739
    Rob aka Squinty

    The Fighting Seventy-Third

    Westville Fire Department
    Gloucester County
    New Jersey

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    Cool

    our trucks are ok but i run out o f Montville fire in ohio are web site is www.geocities.com/montvillefire

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    Red face OUR TOYS

    MY STSTION HAS 11 TRUCKS
    Engine 2951
    1974 Mack CF-600Fire

    Police Vehicle 2955
    1988 Chevy Suburban

    Tanker 2954
    1997 S & S Twin Steer/Spartan Chassis

    Engine 2952
    1997 Pierce Lance

    Rescue 2957
    1990 Marion / Ford L8000

    Engine 2956 Alpha
    Autocar/Thibault

    Power Wagon 2953
    1992 Dodge Ram 350 Diesel

    Ambulance 2959
    1994 Horton 501

    Ambulance 2958
    1988 Horton 501

    Fire Police Vehicle 2956
    1965 Chevy

    Marine 295
    12' Aluminum Semi-Vee

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    Cool OUR TOYYYS

    CECIL FIRE DEPT 295

    OUR TOYS
    MY STSTION HAS 11 TRUCKS
    Engine 2951
    1974 Mack CF-600Fire

    Police Vehicle 2955
    1988 Chevy Suburban

    Tanker 2954
    1997 S & S Twin Steer/Spartan Chassis

    Engine 2952
    1997 Pierce Lance

    Rescue 2957
    1990 Marion / Ford L8000

    Engine 2956 Alpha
    Autocar/Thibault

    Power Wagon 2953
    1992 Dodge Ram 350 Diesel

    Ambulance 2959
    1994 Horton 501

    Ambulance 2958
    1988 Horton 501

    Fire Police Vehicle 2956
    1965 Chevy

    Marine 295
    12' Aluminum Semi-Vee


    FIGTHING 295

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    Engine 2: '97 (I think) Peterbuilt chassis, Cat diesel, Allison push button automatic trans, Custom Fire Full Responce Cab, 2000 gallons, 1500 gpm Waterous pump
    Engine 3: '86 Amertek, former US Army rig,
    Engine 4: '02 Peterbuilt chassis, Cat diesel, Allison push button automatic trans, Custom Fire Full Responce Cab, 1950 gallons, 2150 gpm Waterous pump, FoamPro 2001 foam proportioning system
    Engine 5: '56 Mack B-95, Detroit diesel, 5-speed manual transmission (reserve engine)
    Engine 6: '37 Ward LaFrance, parade unit, one of first trucks in US painted lime green
    Engine 7: '21 American LaFrance, parade unit
    Ladder 1: '87 Grumman Aerialcat, 102' tower, quint
    Squad 1: '91 Peterbuild chassis, Cat diesel, Allison push button automatic trans, Custom Fire walk-in heavy rescue box, two sets of Hurst hydraulic extrication tools, set up as an ambulance on the inside (FOR SALE)
    Car 1: '01 Ford F-250 Crew Cab, V-10 gas motor, 100 gallon Air Qwik unit in box, remote controlled nozzle, brush rig and command unit
    Car 2: '97 Chevy Suburban, command unit, off-road rescue
    Rescue 38: International chassis, back-up ambulance
    Rescue 40: '01 HME 1871-SFO Light chassis, primary ambulance
    Air 1: '89 International chassis, Horton module, pulls a 21' trailer that contains a twelve, 6000 psi bottle cascade system

    As soon as we sell the squad, we will be spec'ing out a rescue-pumper, to be designated Engine 1.
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    Default We Serve So Others May Live

    Company : Baker Heights Volunteer Fire Department
    Location : Martinsburg, WV
    Colors: White over Orange
    Motto : We Serve So Others May Live

    Fire Apparatus:
    Attack 60 - 2004 Pierce Mini Pumper
    Engine 62 - 2004 Pierce Structural Pumper
    Tanker 63 - KME Tanker
    Rescue Engine 64 - 2004 Pierce Rescue Pumper
    Brush 65 - Chevrolet Brush Attack Truck

    Ambulance Apparatus:
    Ambulance 692



    ALL IS FINE on THE VINE



    HONOR, DUTY, TRUST, INTEGRITY
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    The department that I am with primarliy has(5 stations) 3 quints
    4 pumpers 2 reserve pumpers 1 heavy duty rescue 1 hazmat 1 boat
    1 heavy duty 110' aerial 1 tanker and 2 brush trucks

    The other depatment has 3 pumpers 1 quint 1 heavy duty 100' aerial
    1 reserve pumper and 1 trench rescue unit

    The two departments mainly use E-ONE, Sutphen, Pierce, and Ferrara.
    FF I
    FF II
    Hazmat Operations
    EMT-B
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    The light at the end of the tunnel has been temporarly shut off due to the current work load. The Mangement

    When all else fails USE DUCT-TAPE!!!

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    Hey i am new to this website but am not new to the fire service for sure, most of ya are lucky we run 4 rolling stock out of our station:

    1994 international eagle E-One pumper
    1978 Ford F-600 Tanker/Brush truck
    1989 Dodge W-250 Rescue Truck
    2004 Kubota RTV Brush Unit (owned by EMA)


    that is our rolling stock and, we protect around 2500 people

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    I have pics, I will post once I get them all cropped and that good junk.

    We have 2 Engines:

    1995: Freightliner with Cummins Engine, CAFS system, 1000 gallon.
    1990: Mack R Series Engine, 1000 gallon.

    We have 1 Rescue:

    2000: E-One, Amkus Extrication Package, 6000 watt "Command Light" Light Tower, Cascade System/ Eagle Cadet Fill Station.

    2 Ambulances:

    Both Ford Ambulance packages

    1 Mini Pumper/Brush Truck:

    A GMC 300 gallon.

    We also have a reserve engine, a 1968 FWD Tractioneer with a Weukasha engine, open cab.

    Here is a pic of it:
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    The department im an explorer with has 2 stations. I usually pull shifts at station 1 and ride on Engine 401, QRU 451, and Heavy Rescue 471. I have been on 403 as well. 401 and 471 are 2003 Pierce and 451 is a 2004 Ford. Thats about it.

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    Heres a link to our the website. I forgot to stick it in my post.

    http://www.eaglefire.org/

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    guys (and girls). im new at this and am a new volunteer at my local station. since i got out of high school (2002) i have worked at my hospital as a CNA going through my local college's EMS program (emt-paramedic in 4 semesters) then fire college. im going to fire college after that, but im volunteering till then. anyways, i live in Ocala, florida in Marion County and im in the process of volunteering at station 17:


    http://marioncountyfl.org/FR526/FR_StationMap.htm
    (this is how big we are, all 29 stations)

    MAIN PAGE:
    http://marioncountyfl.org/FR526/FR_home.htm

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    Station 1(Yellow):
    1991 Spartan Gladiator/4Guys 2000gpm Hale Pump, 750 gallon tank, 10 man cab

    1988 GMC/4Guys Walk in heavy rescue ~12 men(plus the two up front) w/ air cascade

    1977(Refurbed 1999) Kenworth/4Guys Engine/Tanker 1500gpm Waterous pump, 1800 gallon tank. 2 man cab

    2001 Chevrolet Suburban Squad

    2001 Chevrolet Pick-up(Can't remember the model) Brush truck w/ a 350gpm pump. Not sure on tank size


    Station 2(Red):

    1995 Pierce Dash topmount 2000gpm Waterous pump, 1,000 gallon tank, six man cab

    1988 GMC Light Rescue(looks like Squad 51 almost) - 6 man extended crew cab

    1980(Refurb 2000) Ford L9000 engine/tanker 1500 gpm pump, 1500 gallon tank, 2 man cab

    1970some GMC pick-up brush truck(never goes anywhere)

    Operating Budget: Recently raised to roughly roughly 500k

    IN THE WORKS:

    Spartan/Crimson Fire 2000gpm rear mount engine/rescue
    Sutphen Monarch Engine

    and with the monetary help of the developer of a 2,000 acre office/residential development:

    Either a Sutphen 100 foot platform or an E-One HP100(we're demoing)

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    www.rossfordfire.com

    We run:

    1998 Freightliner/E-One Top-mount 1250GPM ALS Engine
    1984 Pierce Arrow Top Mount 1250GPM Rescue/Engine (carries all extrication equip)
    1978 Sutphen 85ft quint 1250GPM
    1979 GMC Spec Ops Unit/Fmr. Rescue Carries HAZMAT, Water/Ice Rescue, and Support gear
    2001 Ford/Road Rescue ALS Squad
    1992 Ford/Wheeled Coach ALS Squad
    1976 Chevrolet Safety Officer Fmr. Brush Unit/Mini-pumper
    1996 Ford Crown Vic Chief's Car
    ???? Boston Whaler 18'
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