Since 2005, Ford has offered a fire suppression system in its Crown Victoria police interceptor.
One focus of this month's magazine is aerial apparatus. Now, you're probably wondering what does this topic have to do with vehicle rescue and extrication - something that fits into the "Road Warrior" column.
Crimson Fire debuted a rapid-response Class A pumper, called the Dakota, at the Fire Rescue International exhibition in Dallas.
Code 3 has introduced a new emergency warning light called the 3-Up OPTIX NarrowStik, offering the same performance as other Code 3 products.
RELM Wireless Corporation has expanded its digital mobile radio line with a 100-watt version of its highest-specification BK Radio DMH digital and GMH analog mobile units.
The Mobile Demonstration Unit (MDU) Program offers compressed air foam systems (CAFS) demonstration as well as fire pump maintenance and operation instruction capabilities.
Motorola, Inc introduced Incident Scene Management, a wireless broadband solutions suite for first responder commanders and other public safety at the Fire Rescue International exhibition in Dallas.
Believing it was time for a new industry standard for hydraulic rescue tools, Hurst Jaws Of Life has introduced a new one-step coaxial coupler that the company claims is the answer to interoperability among rescue tools.
At the Fire Rescue International exhibition in Dallas, Scott Health & Safety introduced a new wireless communications system and voice amplifier for self contained breathing air (SCBA) facemasks that are compliant with 2007 National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards.
Elkhart Brass set the bar a little higher for apparatus valves with the introduction of its new line of 1.5- to 4-inch Unibody Valves.