Shown is a selection of Cornwells Fire Company fire apparatus.
The custom rescue-pumper is built on a 2012 Ferrara Intruder 2 cab and chassis.
Since Tualatin Valley's technical rescue truck responds to numerous calls throughout the district, the department wanted a vehicle that could haul all the technical rescue equipment needed but not compromise its maneuverability.
Videos for training are invaluable for those seeking continual improvement.
Coquitlam's firefighters were so pleased with the SVI heavy rescue they received more than a year ago that the department ordered a second heavy rescue that duplicated all the equipment of the first.
Some officers find it difficult to understand or appreciate that all firefighters are not necessarily on the same page when it comes to the King’s English.
CLICK HERE FOR A GALLERY OF YOUNG FIRE APPARATUS >> By Ron Heal Wayne Black is a captain on the Virginia Beach (VA) Fire Department. He has seen many changes in the growing fire department during his 35 years of service. One big area of change is the fire apparatus that is used on the...
Click here for a gallery of both departments’ Pumper-Tankers >>> By Alan M. Petrillo This is a tale of two tankers—actually two pumper-tankers, to be precise. The Boothsville Volunteer Fire Department, in Marion County, West Virginia, and the Newton Volunteer Fire Department, in Roane County, each needed to replace a tanker at approximately the same...
Recently the fire department accepted a pumper built on a Rosenbauer RBM Commander cab and chassis.
Look at what’s happened to the traditional engine company. It is slowly fading into the sunset.