Issue 5 and Volume 156.

BY JOHN M. MALECKY The Stillman Valley (IL) Fire Department designed this U.S. TANKER apparatus with a large tank to protect a rural area and with a four-door cab to carry extra personnel on mutual-aid calls, according to Chief Brian Kunce. Photo by Jeffery D. Schielke. Click here to enlarge image null Features/Equipment: INTERNATIONAL 2674 4 2 6 chassis with 242-inch wheelbase and long-nose cab with five seats; CUMMINS N-14 435-hp diesel engine with ALLISON HD 4060R automatic transmission; WATEROUS CLVK single-stage, 500-gpm pump; U.S. TANKER 3,500-gallon, 20-gauge poly elliptical tank with stainless-steel wrap; two rear 21/2-inch direct tank fills; and NEWTON 10-inch, three-way dump valve; ROBINSON roll-up compartment doors; ZICO portable tank rack with 2,500-gallon FOL DA TANK; and six WHELEN 97 fixed scene lights. The Northville Volunteer Fire Department in New Milford, Connecticut, designed this MARION BODY WORKS apparatus to provide a rescue and command unit with support…

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