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.
As seen at the REV Fire Group Apparatus Conference & Expo, the Bullhead City (AZ) Fire Department chose five E-ONE Typhoon pumpers to update its current fleet.
To standardize the fleet, the compartments were designed to store tools similar to their other apparatus. A multi-camera system was added to the Sky-Boom for more accuracy and quicker deployment.
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.
Many of the compartments were designed with EMS in mind and include pegboards for organized storage.
When specing its new Type 3 wildland engine, the Hudson (CO) Fire Protection District chose an eight-foot aluminum SVI body mounted on a Freightliner 108SD chassis.
The Deptford Township (NJ) Fire District recently took delivery of this E-ONE 95-foot midmount platform quint.
The Monahans (TX) Volunteer Fire Department chose a 16-foot aluminum SVI body mounted on a Freightliner M2 106 4-door chassis for its new medium rescue.
Lieutenant Dave Mason walks around Chesterfield (VA) Fire and EMS's Enforcer pumper with a PUC pump.