Check out these drone shots of retired Chicago firehouses.
Check and test all your equipment on the apparatus prior to placing it into service. Make sure your equipment is mounted and located in a way that makes it easily accessible in time of need. You can have a well-equipped rig, but make sure it functions the way you need it to.
The Arcola (IL) Fire Protection District has taken delivery of this top-mount pumper built on a Spartan Metro Start raised-roof cab and chassis.
This heavy rescue delivered to the Woodlands Township (TX) Fire Department is built on a Pierce Velocity cab and chassis.
In terms of product, the tanker fire truck segment is projected to observe significant growth over the coming years.
I would like you to think about how you can build political support without wrestling in the mud of this campaign season.
For its newest aerial, Manassas (VA) Fire and Rescue went with its first midmount platform, a Pierce Ascendant 100-footer built on an Arrow XT cab and chassis.
Despite cancellations around the country, the Burnsville Fire Muster went on, complete with water show and plenty of rigs to see.
Tim Olk caught these rigs in service at a Chicago (IL) job.
San Mateo (CA) Consolidated Fire Department had Whaling Fire Line Equipment build this Command Access Vehicle (CAV) with a customized body that gives the training battalion chief easy access to his turnout gear, SCBA, and equipment.