GMC Yukon - 2006
This unit is utilized by our Chief Officers as an Incident Command Unit. The vehicle is equipped with Incident Management Tools such as incident management vests, a work station and portable shelter. The units also carries one (1) SCBA w/ spare cylinder and hand tools if the chief officer arrives on an incident first and he or she may need to perform interior operations.
Pierce Arrow - 1988
The unit which has seating for six personnel, is powered by a 350hp Detroit Diesel 6V92TA engine coupled with an Allison automatic transmission. The engine has a Waterous 1,250 g.p.m. single stage pump with a 1,000 gallon tank. There are two pre-connected 1 ¾” 200’ crosslays, one 1 ¾” 150’ rear attack line and one 2 ½” 200’ attack line. The engine carries 1, 200’ of 4” LDH and assorted appliances. Equi...
Pierce Lance - 1996
The unit which has seating for six personnel, is powered by a 425hp Detroit Diesel 8V92TA engine coupled with an Allison automatic transmission. The engine has a Waterous 1,250 g.p.m. single stage pump with a 750 gallon poly tank and 50 gallon foam cell. There is one pre-connected 1 ¾” front bumper line at 150’, two 1 ¾’ 200’ crosslays, one 1 ¾” 150’ rear attack line and ...
Pierce Arrow - 2008
Pierce Arrow XT Custom Pumper built on a TAC 4 suspension, with seating for six personnel. The unit is powered by a 515hp Detroit Diesel Series 60 engine coupled with an Allison Gen IV automatic transmission. The engine has a Waterous 1,500 g.p.m. single stage pump with a 750 gallon poly tank. There are two pre-connected 1 ¾” front bumper lines, one at 150’ and the second at 200’, two 1 ¾” 200’ crosslays, one 1 ¾” 200’ rear attack line, one 2 ½” 200’ rear attack line and 400’ of 3” line attached to a R.A.M. monitor for rapid deployment. The engine also carries 1,500’ of 4” LDH and ass...
Mack Baker Aerialscope - 1989
The unit is a CF Mack Chassis with the first Saulsbury aluminum body built for a ninety five (95’) foot Baker Aerialscope. The boom built by Baker/Aerialscope (now built by Seagrave) has a capacity of 850 lbs at any elevation with or without the flow of the 1,000 g.p.m. master stream device. The Tower Ladder was purchased from the Queensbury Central Fire Company in upstate New York and was refurbished and placed in service by our Company on July 1, 201...
Ford F550 / General Brush Trucks - 2011
This unit built by General Fire Apparatus, is a Ford F550 diesel 4x4 upgraded chassis with a 490 gpm pump, a 500 gallon poly water tank and 30 gallon Class "A" foam cell. The unit is also equipped with two SCBA, hose appliances, multiple hand tools, chainsaw, a front & rear mounted Warn winch and collapsible Indian tanks.
Kenworth / 4-Guys - 1999
The unit has a 1,000 gpm pump and a 3,000 gallon water tank. Equipment carried includes: two (2) SCBA w/ spare cylinders, hand tools, pre-connected attack lines, short supply lines, hard suctions and floating portable pump as well as all required hose appliances.
Pierce Medtec - 2004
The unit is both ALS and BLS equipped. This unit is only our second ambulance to be placed into service for the community and the first new unit ever purchased. It replaces the used ambulance we purchased to handle transport coverage for our first due area.
Special Unit 59
GMC 3500 - 2005
This unit was purchased new in 2005 to respond as a medical assist unit, pull our hazardous materials support trailer and to be used for support as needed. The unit is equipped with a Hurst Combi-Tool to support extrication efforts when necessary, a stokes basket and various tools.
Ford F-350 - 1982
This unit served our department for 28 years. It was equipped with a 250 gallon tank and a 400 gpm Hale pump. Various tools included: hose appliances, brush rakes, shovels, chainsaw, collapsible Indian tanks, a 100' booster reel and two 6' short shots of booster reel hose attached to a gated wye. The unit was also equipped with a front mounted Warn winch. This unit was sold in 2010 to the Denton Vol. Fire Co. in Caroline County, MD where it is still in service today.
Mack R Model - 1979
This unit was not equipped with a pump but carried 4200 gallons of water making it the biggest tanker in the County for many years. In 1998 a committee was formed to analyze the current units capabilities and spec out replacement suitable to the needs of the department. This vehicle is still in use today by a local farmer.
Hahn - 1978
This engine was purchased from the Dumfries-Triangle Fire Department in Prince William County, VA in 1991. It was equipped with a 1500gpm waterous pump and a 750 gallon water tank. This engine was equipped with our rescue equipment and responded on all motor vehicle accidents. It was designated as Engine 52 until its replacement arrived in April 1996.