These two pumpers with 1,500-gpm pumps and 1,000-gallon tanks were delivered to the Jackson Township (OH) Fire Department by Sutphen.
Midwest Fire delivered this tanker-pumper with a 3,000-gallon tank and 1,000-gpm pump.
The Arcola (IL) Fire Protection District has taken delivery of this top-mount pumper built on a Spartan Metro Start raised-roof cab and chassis.
Dubbed the "MF8" by the Monticello Fire Department, this apparatus will be replacing an older pumper that has served these volunteer firefighters for more than two decades.
The Greater Orlando (FL) Airport Authority has taken delivery of this E-ONE 2,000/1,000 pumper built on a typhoon cab and chassis.
In early October 2020, the Savage (MN) Fire Department took delivery of this Midwest Fire tanker built on a Freightliner cab and chassis.
With the recent addition of these two pumpers, Daytona Beach now has an all E-ONE fleet.
The new fire apparatus will replace aging trucks and will allow the Cottleville Fire Protection District to improve standardization with an entirely Pierce fleet.
Engine 4 began service with the Rockwall (TX) Fire Department on November 4, 2019. At the same time, an engine in the same specification was placed in service at Station 2.
Truckee Meadows (NV) Fire Protection District took delivery of this pumper-tanker on a Freightliner cab and chassis in late September 2020.