The Daytona Beach Fire Department has an all E-ONE pumper fleet with the addition of these two Typhoon pumpers.
This Pierce Enforcer pumper is being delivered to the Harborcreek Volunteer Fire Department. This rig's electrical system is hard wired vs. multiplexed.
Fire departments across the country have been choosing this digital solution, especially during Fire Prevention Week in October, to showcase their stations to the communities they serve.
Chief Forest Reeder conducts this virtual tour of Station 47.
Steve Redick was on location to take these photos of rigs in service at a 3-11 fire in Chicago, Illinois.
The Iowa City Fire Department has taken delivery of this pumper with a 500-gallon tank.
In this video, Spring Hill (TN) Fire Department Lieutenant Chuck Estes walks around the department's new 100-foot Ascendant Tower.
This recently delivered Toyne/Spartan 1,500/750 pumper is in service with the Wayne (NJ) Fire Department.
This Alexis Fire Equipment tanker was delivered to the Ravenna Area (MI) Fire Department. It's built on Kenworth cab and chassis and features a 1,500-gpm pump.
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.