2008 Freightliner/M2 Tanker 360
was built by Alexis and functions primarily as our tender/tanker. 360 carries 2000
gallons of water and has a 1250 GPM pump. 360 responds to grass and brush
fires, as a secondary unit for support to the brush truck, and also as the
first due tanker for calls where a constant water supply is not
1997 Chevy/C3500 Medical Truck
This is our first responding apparatus to all EMS calls and carries all of our advanced EMS equiment.
2016 Pierce Heavy Rescue Engine Engine 365 was built in Appleton, WI by Pierce
and is our second due apparatus for all structure fire assignments. 365 also reponds to all rescue assignments. This apparatus carries over 750 gallons of water and has a 1500 GPM pump.
365 can seat 6 personnel and is loaded with a 24' extension ladder and a 14' roof laddar. 365 also contains all or our extrication, technical rescue, and RIT equiprment as well as two
gas-powered saws. In addition to all of the hoses and hand tools needed on a fire scene, 365 carries a full compliment of our advanced medical equipment.
2006 Freightliner/M2 Pumper/Tanker Engine 366 was built in Alexis, IL by Alexis Fire Equipment
and is our first due engine to structure structure fire
assignments. This apparatus carries 1000 gallons of water and has a 1250 GPM pump. 366
carries all of the ladders, hoses, and tools that are needed at a
fire scene. It also carries a thermal imaging camera, 4-gas
monitor, and additional EMS gear.
2006 Ford F-550 Brush Truck 369 carries a 300 gallon water tank and a 250 GPM pump.
In addition to brush fire fighting equipment, 369 carries EMS
gear, scene lights, and 5 SCBA packs. 369 not only responds as
the primary unit for grass and brush fires, but also provides
additional man power on EMS. fire, and mutual aid assignments.
1993 Freightliner/FL70 Pumper/Tanker Engine 365 was built in Breda, IA by Toyne
Inc and was our second due apparatus for all structure fire
assignments. This apparatus carried over 1000 gallons of water and had a 1250 GPM pump.
365 can seat 4-5 personnel and was loaded with a 35' ladder and two
gas-powered saws in addition to all of the hoses and hand tools
needed on a fire scene. As of May 2016, this engine was serving a volunteer fire department in North Carolina