Features

Engine 6 began service with Dallas (TX) Fire-Rescue on April 19, 2019. The cab/chassis is a Pierce Velocity model with seating for five along with a rear facing cabinet mounted on the right cab wall and two rear-facing, overhead compartments.
Features

Photos and Description by Lindsay Dye Truck 166 began service in December 2018 with the Lewisville (TX) Fire Department. The cab/chassis are the Pierce Velocity model with TAK-4 suspension on the front axle. Seating for 6 is provided as are 2 forward-facing EMS compartments on each side of the cab. The cab and body are...
Apparatus

Photos and Description by Lindsay Dye Engine 451 began service with the University Park (TX) Fire Department in the spring of 2017. The cab/chassis is the Cyclone II (extra long) model. Cab seating for 4 is provided along with a medical cabinet installed on the rear cab wall and three cabinets mounted on the upper...
Apparatus

Engine 791 began as a demonstrator unit for Rosenbauer until September, 2017. Princeton (TX) Fire Rescue contracted to purchase the apparatus at that time, and the engine was configured to meet the needs of the department.
Aerials

The truck is built on an Enforcer cab and chassis with PUC pump and TAK-4 independent front suspension. Seating for four is provided as are two rear-facing EMS compartments on each side of the crew area.