Engine 931 is a 2019 Pierce Enforcer tilt-cab aluminum pumper with side roll and frontal impact protection. The cab has a raised roof and seating for six firefighters inside.
How we as firefighters deal with “it” is what can make the difference. Are you whining, or are you shining?
Prior to the committee’s meeting with the preferred vendor, Willie caught wind that the chairman tipped off the vendor to not pay him much attention because Willie was slow, not too smart, and asked really dumb questions. That was a mistake. Sometimes you can push the gentle bear too far.
E-ONE built his custom pumper on its newly updated 100-inch-wide Cyclone cab and chassis for the Eagan (MN) Fire Department.
It seems they always have a reason to not invest in the fire department. Maybe it is because they don’t clearly understand the value to the quality of life that a well-staffed fire department can have.
Steve Redick video of new rearmounts.
Photographer Tim Olk recently took these photos of newly delivered E-ONE aerials to the Chicago (IL) Fire Department.
Engine 1 began service with the Frisco (TX) Fire Department on February 20, 2019. The cab/chassis is a Pierce Velocity model with seating for five and two rear-facing overhead compartments.
If you write purchasing specifications or are contemplating purchasing a new fire truck for structural attack, a grass fire truck, a crash truck for your airport, or an ambulance, you might want to do some research into this proposed standard.
DP3 Architects built this 16,000-square-foot Headquarters Station No. 1 for the Clear Spring (SC) Fire Rescue District.