The game, which has been eagerly awaited by firefighting enthusiasts all around the world, comes with five officially licensed firefighting trucks by Rosenbauer America.
Rosenbauer delivered this 109-foot rear-mount quint to the Ferguson (MO) Fire Department.
The Chandler (AZ) Fire Department had Rosenbauer build three aerial platform quints with 101-foot aerials and 1,750-gpm pumps.
The Whitestown (IN) Fire Department has taken delivery of this Rosenbauer Commander aerial ladder quint.
Photographer Tim Olk caught this photo of Chicago (IL) Fire Department Squad 5's new American flag grille.
The Jamestown (ND) Fire Department is set to take delivery of a new Rosenbauer platform aerial.
Liberty Township Fire Department, Palestine, OH, pumper-tanker. Commander FX cab and chassis; Cummins L9 400-hp engine; Hale RSD 1,500-gpm PTO pump; and UPF Poly 2,000-gallon water tank.
The two new rigs will replace the fire company's current ladder truck, which is 19 years old, and its squad, which is 17 years old.
Atlantic City (NJ) Fire Department 100-foot midmount aerial platform. Commander cab and chassis; Cummins X15 505-hp engine; 24-inch front bumper andextension for rescue tool storage.
Troy Fire Protection District, Shorewood, IL, top-mount pumper. Commander 7011 cab and chassis; Cummins L9 450-hp engine; and Waterous CSUC20 1,500-gpm pump.