Battalion Chief Eric Hauser gives a tour of his department’s new fire engine.
Captain Mark Misek give us a tour of his department’s new rescue.
Pierce Manufacturing and the Green Bay Metro Fire Department’s Eighth Annual 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb will be held as a virtual fundraising event.
This aerial is built on a Pierce ArrowXT chassis with a Detroit Diesel DD13 engine, 300 gallon water tank, 2000 GPM pump, Husky 12 foam system, and more.
This Heavy Duty, Walk-In Rescue is built on a custom Pierce Velocity two-door chassis with a full compliment of custom compartmentation.
Lieutenant Landon Ball shows us his department’s new fire engine.
Take a walk around Alameda County Fire’s Arrow XT Pumper with General Services Manager Pete Pegadiotes.
The 5-section ladder lets the Aerial Platform to be 42’, 1.75” in length.
Sergeant Michael Osborne gives a tour of his department’s new fire engine.
The department was looking for additional compartment storage, better scene lighting and additional safety features as this unit will be used a rescue engine.