Fire ApparatusPhoto Gallery Surf City (NJ) Volunteer Fire Company Spartan ER Rescue-Engine Fireapparatus Magazine Review Content Directors - 9.14.2020 Rescue Engine 4913 Spartan Boomer apparatus driver’s side view of the apparatus. Photos 1-16 by author.) Rescue Engine 4913 Spartan Boomer apparatus driver’s side view of the apparatus. Photos 1-16 by author.) Rescue Engine 4913 with its boom extended. (Photo, of Surf City Volunteer Fire Company Facebook Page.) The front view of the former military truck with the rig’s motto: “Riders on the Storm.” The right side of the high water unit carries a surfboard for water rescues. Surf City’s special operations unit/high water truck is a former military apparatus which served the U.S. Army in Iraq. The company logo adorns the rear roll-up compartment. The front compartment on the right hand side, stores air shores, cribbing, shovels, brooms, and straps. Over the right side wheel well, many battery and power tools are stored with air bags and pads. The right rear compartment is the unit’s primary auto extrication compartment. The cab’s forcible entry and primary hand tool and pressurized water extinguisher compartment. The left rear compartment has the standpipe and apartment pack hose stored in it for easy access. The saw compartment is located over the wheel well with a pull-out and tilt down shelf. The driver’s compartment has fitting and pony lengths of hose near the pump panel. An overview of the compartment layout on the driver’s side of the apparatus. The rear view of Rescue Engine 4913 with the TFT Blitzfire in its storage bracket. The front view of Rescue Engine 4913 with its extended front bumper Rescue Engine 4913 officer’s side view of the apparatus.