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  • Tindog18
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    Out of 2 stations we run:
    1 spartan 750gal tank HALE 2000gpm pump
    1 spartan 1250tank HALE 2000gpm pump
    1 mack 75' tower refurb out of NYC
    1 Eone 1000tank 2000 hale pump
    1 International Dive rescue van/ICU
    1 mack 2000gallon tanker
    1 dodge(junk) light rescue ems calls wild land rescue
    1 ford med duty brush truck/mva's
    2 gmc suburbns
    1 achlees boat
    1 haz mat trailer
    1 chevy caprice fly car

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  • Jay19fire
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    We operate 2 firehouses in our town. My company runs 2 engines a Pierce and a Ford, an attack/CAFS unit. (Look in November 1997 issue of Fire Rescue u can see our trucks. The article is the Brookside Solution.) We also operate a walk in rescue/support unit.

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    -JaY-

    [This message has been edited by Jay19fire (edited 03-15-2001).]

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  • onycs
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    Midvale City Fire, Midvale UT

    We have 2 stations and about 40 career employees.

    1999 Pierce Dash - 1750 GPM Engine w/ 50' Telesquirt

    1996 Pierce Quantum - 1750 GPM 75' Ladder Truck

    1985 Pierce Arrow - 1500 GPM Engine (Reserve)
    1981 American Lafrance - 1500 GPM Engine (Reserve)

    1997 Road Rescue/Freightliner Ambulance
    1990 Life Line /Ford Ambulance (Reserve)

    Various other command vehicles and grass trucks.

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  • grc063
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    Hackensack N.J. F.D. IAFF L-2081 & 3172

    Eng. Co. 1 - 1984 Mack/Ward 1,000/500
    (To be replaced in mid-april with 2001 Pierce Dash 1500/700
    Eng. Co. 2 - 1995 Seagrave 1,500/750
    Eng. Co. 4 - 1999 Seagrave 1,500/700
    Eng. Co. 5 - 1991 Seagrave 1,500/500
    *Reserve E-3 - '84 Mack CF/Ward 1,000/500

    Ladder Co. 1 - 1990 Seagrave RA-110'
    *Reserve L-2 - 1976 Mack CF/Baker 75' Tower
    (To be replaced mid-'02 with new rear mount aerial)

    Rescue 1 - 1995 Freightliner FL-80/Marion 19' Walk-in

    We run 4 stations E-4/L-1/R-1 out of HQ along w/reserve apparatus & 2 EMS units.

    E-4 ran 1,800+ runs last year
    R-1 ran 2,100+ runs last year

    City is 4.4 sq. mi. with population of 45,000 nighttime & 100,000+ day time

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  • cozmosis
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    Monticello, Ark. Fire Department
    Combo Department / Two stations
    • 1999 E-One 1000 gal/1200 gpm
    • 1996 E-One 1000 gal/1200 gpm
    • 1983 Pierce 500 gal
    • 1976 Howe 500 gal
    • SeaArk Marine Dive-Rescue Boat
    • 1996 Mini-Pumper (Wildfire & Rescue)
    • One command vehicle
    • One reserve rescue vehicle



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  • newasstchief
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    We are a small rural vol. dept:

    1998- Pierce Quantum
    1974- Dodge Mini/Brush
    198?- Braun BLS Amb

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  • FitzBFDT2
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    City of Bayonne Fire Department
    7 Engine Co.,3 Ladder Co. & 2 BC's

    Engine Co. 1 - 1995 Pierce Dash
    Engine Co. 2 - 1986 Seagrave Invader
    Engine Co. 3 - 1997 Pierce Saber
    Engine Co. 4 - 1989 Seagrave TeleSqurt
    Engine Co. 5 - 1990 E-One Protector
    Engine Co. 6 - 1989 Seagrave Squrt
    Engine Co. 7 - 1986 Seagrave Invader

    Ladder Co. 1 - 1989 Mack Aerialscope 75'
    Ladder Co. 2 - 1999 Seagrave Aerialscope 95'
    Ladder Co. 3 - 1986 Seagrave Aerial 100'

    Battalion 41 - 1999 Ford Explorer
    Battalion 42 - 1986 Jeep




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    Kevin M. Fitzhenry, [email protected]
    Firefighter, Truck Co. 2
    City of Bayonne (NJ) FD
    www.bayonnenj.org/fire/

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  • MFFJoe
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    York County Fire and Life Safety
    Virginia

    Combination department, 6 fire stations

    6 Engine Cos. (1 is a two-piece, incl. 2 squirts, 1 paramedic, 1 rescue-pumper)
    5 ALS ambulances
    1 110' aerial ladder
    2 Medium rescues
    1 Tanker
    2 Brush trucks
    1 Shift Battalion Chief
    1 Shift EMS supervisor
    1 23' rigid-hull boat
    1 14' Zodiac boat
    3 reserve engines
    2 reserve ambulances
    multiple staff units

    For more information go to: www.yorkcounty.gov/fls

    [This message has been edited by MFFJoe (edited 03-15-2001).]

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  • Fiyah
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    We are a volunteer fire dept

    Cy-Fair VFD, Texas

    We have 10 stations


    1997 Pierce Saber, 1500 gpm Pumper, Engine 1
    1992 Pierce Lance, 1500 gpm Pumper, Engine 2
    1996 Pierce Saber, 1500 gpm Pumper, Engine 3
    1999 Pierce Freightliner,1500 gpm Pumper, Engine 4
    1992 Pierce Lance, 1500 gpm Pumper, Engine 5
    1998 Pierce Dash 2000, 1500 gpm Pumper, Engine 6
    1995 General Spartan, 1500 gpm Pumper, Engine 7
    1995 General Spartan, 1500 gpm Pumper, Engine 8
    1996 General Spartan, 1500 gpm Pumper, Engine 9
    1991 Pierce Lance, 1500 gpm Pumper, Engine 10
    1995 Spartan / SVI Heavy Rescue Rescue 3
    1992 International / SVI Medium Rescue Rescue 5
    1992 Simon / LTI 100’ Platform Ladder 9
    2000 Pierce 75' Ladder Ladder 10
    1985 4-Guys Tanker, 3000gal Tanker 8
    1999 Pierce Tanker, 2000gal Tanker 4
    1996 Ford F350 4x4 Booster Truck Booster 1
    1996 Ford Super Duty Wild lands CAFS Foam 2
    1996 Ford F350 4x4 Booster Truck Booster 4
    1996 Ford F350 4x4 Booster Truck Booster 6
    1991 Ford F350 4x4 Booster Truck Booster 7
    1998 Ford F350 4x4 Booster Truck Booster 8
    1986 General Spartan, 1500 gpm Reserve Pumper, E11
    1986 General Spartan, 1500 gpm Reserve Pumper, E12
    1986 General Spartan, 1500 gpm Reserve Pumper, E15
    1986 General Spartan, 1500 gpm Reserve Pumper, E17
    1986 General Spartan, 1500 gpm Reserve Pumper, E18
    1991 Ford / Braun F350 Type III Rehab 1
    1997 Komhatsu D38P Wild lands Bulldozer Dozer 3
    1929 Childs Hose Truck Parade / Show Truck
    1997 Not given Safety Trailer Fire Education

    We run 4 Braun ambulances with 2 additional ambulances as reserves

    We have a 3rd rescue truck on order which will be a SVI


    [This message has been edited by Fiyah (edited 03-13-2001).]

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  • Rod
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    The LFD currently operates out of one station, but we are just about to open Station 2.
    We operate the following:
    3 Class A Engines (2-American La France and 1-Seagrave)
    1 100' Spartan/Pirch Aerial
    1 International/Marion Heavy Rescue (Currently working on a possible replacement)
    1 GMC Brush Truck
    1 Ford Tanker
    1 Command Car (Always have to get the Chief there)
    1 Dive Squad
    1 Boat
    3 BLS Ambulances
    We just decommissioned a 1946 open cab American La France. Some days I would take it over the newer Engines.


    Stay Safe

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  • S. Cheatham
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    Hey Justin,
    You know the ford commercial where the guys climb out of the pickup which is parked too close to the fire and start attacking it. THAT'S US!

    JUST KIDDING!

    I run with West Point Vol. Fire and Rescue in West Point, VA. We currently run:
    2000 4-Guys 2000Gal/1250GPM Tanker/Pumper
    1994 Pierce Dash 750/1000 Rescue Engine
    1988 Pierce Dash 1000/1000 Engine
    1979 Pirsh/Hendrickson 500/1250 55ft Quint
    1976 Pierce/Chevy 250/300 Brush/Attack 4X4
    1972 Bean/Ford 900/750
    1967 Boyer/International 500/500 Brush 4X4
    1959 Oren/Ford 900/500 Engine
    1934 Seagrave triple combination pumper used
    for parades which was the town's first
    fire engine.
    1996 Horton/Ford Type III Ambulance
    1994 Horton/Ford Type III Ambulance
    1990 Horton/'96 Ford Type III Ambulance
    1992 Wheeled Coach/Ford Type III Ambulance

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  • FLAME5
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    Im at a one engine company station we have a 1996 Pierce Lance 1500gpm Waterous pump with 500 gallons.
    Total of six stations
    7- engines
    2-tower ladders
    1-rescue
    1-tanker
    2-brush trucks
    4-afrr figs
    2- command trucks

    "if it is not a Pierce then start pushing"

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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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  • 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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  • Lansingfire4
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    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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