For its newest aerial, Manassas (VA) Fire and Rescue went with its first midmount platform, a Pierce Ascendant 100-footer built on an Arrow XT cab and chassis.
The new fire apparatus will replace aging trucks and will allow the Cottleville Fire Protection District to improve standardization with an entirely Pierce fleet.
This apparatus will be used to train industrial firefighters from across the world at the Brayton Fire Field in College Station, Texas.
The new fire apparatus is an essential upgrade to the department’s fleet, supporting the need for greater maneuverability, enhanced response times, and expanded service capabilities.
Indianapolis (IN) Fire Department heavy-duty rescue. Velocity cab and chassis; Detroit DD13 525-hp engine; and 25.5-foot walk-in rescue body.
Engine 931 is a 2019 Pierce Enforcer tilt-cab aluminum pumper with side roll and frontal impact protection. The cab has a raised roof and seating for six firefighters inside.
Pierce Manufacturing has secured an order for an Ascendant® 100” Heavy-Duty Aerial Tower built on an Arrow XT™ custom chassis from Charleston Fire Department in South Carolina.
This pumper is one of two Pierce pumpers recently delivered to the Hobart (IN) Fire Department.
The new fire apparatus will support the department’s efforts to standardize its fleet to allow personnel consistency in their response and service delivery.
Battalion Chief Eric Hauser of Cathedral City Fire Department is walking around the department's Pierce Quantum pumper.