Nick Wilbur explores several scenarios and offers tips on when and how to use ground ladders vs. an aerial ladder, including positioning aerial apparatus.
The vehicles for FLL provide a system output of 2,100 gpm, whereby the water and foam admixture can be simultaneously discharged.
Acela Truck Company recently announced that it has expanded its line of Monterra™ high-mobility response apparatus to include wildland and urban interface fire trucks.
The new TITAN 6×6 is the fourth E-ONE ARFF vehicle to be purchased for Fiji over the past 25 years.
Check out some new fire truck deliveries from January 2020, including this San Jose (CA) Fire Department aerial ladder from Pierce.
Bryan McLean explains why the Type I engine is best suited for use in structural fires in the wildland urban interface.
Check out apparatus deliveries from December 2019, including this Marion Body rescue pumper for the Howlett Hill (NY) Fire Department.
The trucks will be deployed at multiple airports around the island country.
The Tuscaloosa TITAN 6x6 is equipped with a 65’ high reach extendable turret (HRET) to provide greater accessibility to the fire and a greater degree of safety for the crew and the vehicle
The all-new Oshkosh ARV is backed by the 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week global support of Oshkosh Corporation and a world-class regional dealer network.