Osceola (WI) Fire Department TeleSqurt pumper. Kenworth T370 cab and chassis; Cummins PX9 380-hp engine; Waterous CMUC20 1,500-gpm pump; and 65-foot TeleSqurt water tower/aerial ladder.
Surprise (AZ) Fire-Medical Department Type 6 wildland brush truck; Dodge Ram 5500 4×4 Crew Cab and chassis; Cummins 6.5L 16 360-hp diesel engine; Waterous CAF system; and 300-gallon polypropylene water tank.
This video features a 3,500-gallon tandem tanker purchased by the Arlington (MN) Fire Department and built by CustomFIRE.
Lincoln (NE) Fire & Rescue embarked on a determined effort a few years ago to expand, improve, and modernize its fleet by purchasing five top-mount Smeal pumpers and two Smeal 105-foot aerial ladders. Last year, it expanded its fleet further with the purchase of seven Spartan ER side-mount pumpers.
The order for nine pumpers is the largest in the department’s history and will be distributed among each of its nine fire stations to replace aging apparatus.
The Edwardsville (IL) has taken delivery of its first new fire apparatus in almost 20 years.
Salem Township Fire Department, Burnips, MI, Ahrens-Fox WUI. HME Ahrens-Fox 1871 SFO cab and chassis.
Warren Township Fire Department, pumper-tanker. Monarch cab and chassis; Cummins L 450-hp engine; Waterous CSU 1500-gpm pump; and Pro Poly 2,500-gallon polypropylene water tank.
The rig will carry the department's heavy rescue equipment; will be able to fill SCBA cylinders; and features 16 individual lockers in the back, a command center, and a rehab area.
The Rosenbauer rear-mount platform features a 100-foot aerial, 500 gallons of water and a Waterous pump.