This apparatus will be used to train industrial firefighters from across the world at the Brayton Fire Field in College Station, Texas.
The department chose the Arrow XT and added TAK-4® Independent Front and Rear Suspension. Since this apparatus will be serving as a rescue, the tandem axle was chosen for increased load capacity for rescue equipment, added braking capacity and improved winter driving.
The Albany (NY) Fire Department was in need of replacing a walk-around rescue truck that had a lot of hard use and was getting worn down.
Lieutenant Dave Mason walks around Chesterfield (VA) Fire and EMS's Enforcer pumper with a PUC pump.
Battalion Chief Eric Hauser of Cathedral City Fire Department is walking around the department's Pierce Quantum pumper.
For this build, the department decided to go from a single rear axle to a dual rear axle to handle the additional equipment it expected to carry as well as improve braking capability.
Loudoun County (VA) Combined Fire and Rescue chose the Velocity cab and chassis for its new rescue to maximize storage space.
To deal with the water supply issues of the rural area, the department has installed a 750-gallon tank along with Hercules CAFS, complementing the Husky 3 Foam System.
This Southern Platte (MO) Fire Protection District's Velocity 100-footer features clean cab features.
This rig is designed with frontal impact and side roll protection for safety and a short wheelbase to help with the turning radius.