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Oswego (IL) Engine Company 3 2016 E-ONE Typhoon pumper. (Photos by author.)
Engine 3’s front grille displays an American Flag motif.
The front cab doors have "Oswego Fire Protection District" in goldleaf.
The crew cab doors have "Engine 3" on them, resembling diamond plate.
The "Pride of the West Side" emblem is attached to the side of the crew cab.
Engine 3’s logo is also present on the rear wall of the hosebed.
The rear of the apparatus with the safety chevron pattern.
The forcible entry shelf on Engine 3.
The extinguisher and SCBA bottle storage on Engine 3.
An overall view of the right rear compartment on Engine 3.
The lower pull-out shelf has the inflatable boat, standpipe appliance bag and water manifold stored on it.
On the shelf above the pull-out tray, the company stores its standpipe folded hose, donut-rolled hose, rope stretch bottle, and three hooks in storage tubes.
There are two sections of folded 1¾-inch hose stored above the standpipe hose shelf, and on the top shelf are more tarps, hazmat recovery pools, and water extension appliance.
The rope jug used by many departments to stretch a hoseline to an upper floor or balcony quickly.
The pump panel layout and large discharge handles.
The rear compartment contains the unit's AMKUS extrication tools.