Estes Park, Colorado fire apparatus restorer Doug Klink is finalizing plans to bring Collinsville (IL) Fire Department’s 1925 Ahrens-Fox JS 4 piston pumper back home.
Chris Mc Loone sits down with Chris Ferrara, president and CEO of Ferrara Fire Apparatus to get his take on his company, its products, and fire service issues.
Good ideas come from a variety of sources and should not be discounted instantly without at least giving a little consideration.
The following photos are from a recent trade show. I acknowledge that each department runs differently and probably has specified locations that works well for it.
By Richard Marinucci If you asked the public to compile a list of the services provided by the fire service, it probably would not include all the things that those in the fire service think they do. There is a disconnect as many people get their information from various sources that may not know what...
Since there is no state fire academy, KFRTI maintains a fleet of vehicles and props—three semi tractors, four semi-trailer-based units, five smaller bumper-hitched training trailers, and a Hackney-built support unit.
On July 13, 2013, people from the community of Appleton, Wisconsin, as well as other areas around the country gathered for the first ever open house in Pierce Manufacturing’s 100-year history.
On a recent trip to Elkhart Brass, Chris Mc Loone sat down with Eric Combs, marketing director.
Bill Adams reviews some of the "neat" apparatus features he's seen during his recent travels.
The apparatus operator is said to have swerved to avoid the animal, causing the loaded engine to leave the pavement. The fire truck rolled onto its side and headed down the 25-foot embankment toward the Salmon River.