Apparatus
Entire Fleet
Entire Fleet
2015 All of our equipment
All of our equipment
Engine # 1
Engine # 1
2014 Spartan Metro Star
Engine 1 was built by UST Fire Apparatus. Engine 1 has a 1250 pump, carries 1000 gallons of water and has 30 gallons of class A foam on board. Engine 1 is first due to all structure fires. Engine 1 has seating for 6 firefighters.
Rescue 3
Rescue 3
2012 John Deere Gator 825i
Rescue 3 is set up for off road rescue. Rescue 3 is set up with a stokes basket, long board, and medical equipment.
The Entire Fleet
The Entire Fleet
2011 All of our equipment
Engine 3
Engine 3
2007 Ford/ Pierce
This engine has a 750 GPM pump, carries 300 Gal water 30 Gal foam and has a CAFS system. This Engine is first out on all car accident and first out on all wild land fires. This engine can be used as a main attack engine where our larger engines cannot gain access easly, and it carries a 500 GPM portable pump to be used as water supply. This piece or equipment was purchased on a AFG Grant from the Federal Government in 2006
Rescue # 2
Rescue # 2
2006 Monroe Truck Incorporated/Chevy 3500 Quad Cab
This is a 2006 Chevy 3500 Quad Cab outfitted by Monroe Truck Incorporated with an 8-foot fiberglass utility box. The vehicle lights were outfitted by the members of the department. The vehicle is first out on all medical calls and carries jumps kits, defibrillators, and medical supplies. It also serves as a primary R.I.T response vehicle
Brush 1
Brush 1
2015 Ford F-550 Superduty
This is a 2015 Ford F-550 this truck is unique because it was transformed into a fire truck by our members. Is has two 580 gallon per pumps, and it carries a 300 gallon wild land skid-unit. This truck responds to all wild land fires and is used as a water supply truck when working in rural water supply areas.
Rescue # 1
Rescue # 1
1999 Pierce Saber
This vehicle carries all extrication equipment, cribbing, air bags, haz-mat equipment, ice rescue equipment, extra medical supplies, spare SCBA bottles, and the gear needed to clean up an accident scene.
Tanker # 1
Tanker # 1
1998 International
This is a 1988 International built by an independent manufacturing plant in Wisconsin. It carries 2,000 gallons of water, has rear and side dump valves. It is the first tanker out on all fire calls.
Engine # 2
Engine # 2
2005 Pierce Manufacturing/Freightliner
This is a 2005 Freightliner built by Pierce Manufacturing. It carries 2,000 gallons of water, 1,250 gallons per minute pump, and a 30 gallon on-board Class A foam and CAFS system. It?s the first engine due on all wild land fires, mutual aid calls. Has an 8-inch rear air actuated dump valve and is capable of dumping from inside the cab.
Engine # 4
Engine # 4
1995 Custom Fire Apparatus/Freightliner
This is a1995 Freightliner built by Custom Fire Apparatus carries 1,000 gallons of water. 1,250 gallons per minute pump, seating for 5. 3-backseats are air pack jump seats. Engine #4 is used as a mutual aid engine and is used for responding to RIT calls.
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