Apparatus

2013 Ford F450 / Horton - B-6

B-6 was placed in service on October 16, 2013 at 2030 hours. Unit is ALS equipped and has been certified as an ALS transport unit through the MIEMSS Seal of Excellence program. B6 is capable of Bariatric Transports. Both A-6 & B-6 are on a bi-weekly "First Run" Rotation.






Chevrolet/Sanford - Tanker 604 (Retired)

This 2500 gallon tanker was purchased used from the Sharptown Fire Department and was placed out of service in 2005. The unit was given to Perdue Farms and is currently in service with their Emergency Response Team at the Zion Church Road Facility.


Ford / Hahn - Engine 604 (Retired)

1956 Ford Hahn. 500 GPM Front Mount Pump and 1400 Gallon Tank.


Ford / Young - Engine 605 (retired)

Retired in 1993 when the current Engine 605 was placed in service.


Ford Excursion - Command 6

Command 6 is a 2003 Ford Excursion. The unit was placed in service on Wednesday September 05, 2007 at 1900 hours. Command 6 serves as a command post for all incidents. It is equipped with a Mobile Data Terminal, Command Center in the rear, Personnel Accountability Board, and other associated items to assist the Officer in Charge. Command 6 will also be used to pull the Special Operations Trailer and to carry personnel to training classes and meetings as needed.


Ford F350 4x4 - Brush 606

Brush 606 is a 2011 Ford F350 4x4. The new unit features Whelen LED lighting, 200 gallon poly water tank, and a Hale/Kubota 220 gpm diesel pump. Other features include a Winch, under skid storage, custom storage boxes, and a front spray bar. The unit is equipped with brush rakes, water bags, axes, shovels, brooms, chainsaw, 2 Scott Airpak 75 SCBA, a booster reel with 200 ft. of 1in. hose, a second reel with 600 ft. of 1 in. forestry line, 150 ft. of 1 3/4 in. attack line, & 100 ft. of 2 1/2 in. supply line. The custom conversion was done by Winstead's Fire Equipment in Denton, MD.


Pace Trailer - Special Operations 6

HazMat, High Angle, Decontamination.


Dodge Ram Van - Utility 603 (Retired)

AKA as "The Cadet Van," this van was purchased for the fire company by the cadets. This unit is used to transport personnel to classes and meetings as well as to transport rehab items to emergency scenes. Sold in June 2007.


Ford/Collins - Traffic Control 6

TC 6 was placed in service in January of 2004. Previously seeing service as one of the company's ambulances, this unit was converted to a traffic control unit. This unit is equipped with an arrow board, traffic cones, vests, and flares. TC 6 is primarily operated by the Fire Police and is due to respond for all transportation type incidents and any other calls as needed. This unit is also often dispatched to assist mutual aid companies and also assists law enforcement agencies for traffic control at large public events such as parades.


Ford/Pierce - Engine 607

Engine 607 is the first due engine for natural cover and rubbish fires. This unit is powered by a Ford Gasoline engine and a manual transmission. E607 has a 1000 gal. water tank and is equipped with a Waterous 1000 gpm Single-stage, Mid-ship, Top-mount pump. This engine can accomadate 4 firefighters. It is equipped with 4 Scott 4.5 High Pressure SCBA with 45 min. bottles, 1000 ft. of 3" supply line, two - 200 ft. 1 3/4" attack lines, two - 300 ft. 1 3/4" attack lines, one - 200 ft. 1" forestry line, a Homelite 4400 watt gasoline generator, and a number of hand tools.


Ford E350/Horton - B-6 (Retired)

B-6 was placed in service in 1996. This unit is ALS equipped to meet Maryland standards. B-6 is in a monthly first-run rotation with A-6.


Spartan/4Guys - Engine 605

Engine 605 was placed in service in January of 1993 and is the first due engine for all structure fires, alarm bells, smoke investigations, etc. as well as mutual aid and cover-up assignments. Unit is powered by a Detroit 450 HP 8V92 with an Allison automatic transmission. E605 has a Hale 1500 gpm mid-ship top-mount pump and carries 1000 gal. of water. The cab has seating for 8 personnel and has 8 Scott Airpak 75 High Pressure SCBA with 45 min. bottles. The engine is equipped with a thermal imager, CO detector, various hand tools, a 5 KW Onan gasoline generator, and BLS equipment. There are three 200 ft. - 1 3/4" handlines, one 150 ft. - 1 3/4" trashline, and one 200 ft. - 2 1/2". handline. E605 also carries 1000 ft. of 5" and 750 ft. of 3" supply lines.


Ford E450/Horton - A-6

A-6 was placed in service in January of 2004. It is ALS equipped to meet Maryland standards. A-6 is in a bi-weekly first-run rotation with B-6.


Ford Expedition - Utility 6

Utility 6 is primarily used as our Paramedic Chase Unit. This unit is use by the "Duty Paramedic" to respond to EMS calls in Pittsville for our partnership in providing 24 hour ALS coverage for the 2 districts. Utility 6 also responds to many EMS calls in our own first due area with additional personnel to assist the EMS units as well as transporting personnel for fire incidents.


Ford F350 4x4 - Brush 606 (Retired)

Brush 606 is eqipped with a 240 gal. water tank with a 100 gpm pump. This unit has a booster reel with 200 ft. of 1" "Reel Tex" booster hose, 200 ft. of 1 3/4" hose, 400 ft. of 1" forestry hose, and front ground sweeps. Brush 606 also carries several rakes, axes, bladder bags, chainsaw, Class "A" foam concentrate, 2 Scott 4.5 High Pressure SCBA with 45 min. bottles, and a Honda 5 KW generator to power its quartz scene lights. Brush 606 was retired from service in Parsonsburg on May 98, 2012. The unit will now see service with the Bloxom (VA) Vol. Fire Co.


Freightliner/4Guys - Tanker 608

Tanker 608 was placed in service in June of 2000 and is the primary water supply unit for all fire incidents. Unit is powered by a 500 HP Cummins engine with an Allison Automatic transmission. T608 carries 3500 gal. of water and has a 1500 gpm Hale mid-ship side-mount pump. This tanker is equipped with three 10" Dumps - one on the rear and one on each side. There are two 200 ft. - 1 3/4" crosslays, 225 ft. of 3" hose, 50 ft. of 5" hose, 2 Scott 4.5 High Pressure SCBA with 45 min. bottles, and a 4000 gal. Fold-A-Tank on a Zico lift.


E-One - Rescue-Engine 604

Rescue Engine 604 was placed in serviced at 1800 hrs. on March 14, 2006 and ran its first call at 1803 hrs. This unit is first due for all Rescues, Transportation type incidents such as MVC's, Auto fires, and Petroleum spills as well as Medical assists and CO investigations. RE604 is a 2005 E-One Cyclone II, 8 person cab, powered by a 500 HP Cummins Engine with an Allison Automatic transmission. The tank has 1000 gal. capacity with 30 gal. of Class B foam and a 1750 gpm Hale Single Stage Mid-ship Side-mount pump. It is equipped with numerous hand tools, 8 - Scott Airpak 75 high pressure SCBA with 45 min. bottles, a Scott multiple gas meter, four 200 ft. - 1 3/4" attack lines, one 200 ft. - 2 1/2" attack line, one 150 ft. - 1 3/4" trash line, 1050 ft. 5" and 800 ft. 3" supply lines. RE604 has the station's first pre-piped deck gun. This unit is also equipped with an Onan 15KW Hydraulic Generator to power a 200 ft. cord reel and the six Magnafire scene lights. There is a complete Hurst rescue system on-board with a Spreader, "O" cutter, Combi-Tool, and Rams. The Hurst equipment is powered by and on-board electric pump supplying two 100 ft. reels.There is also a gas powered Hurst pump for portability. RE604 is equipped with BLS equipment and was certified by the MIEMSS Seal of Excellance as a BLS First Responder Unit. (Update Spring 2007) Additional equipment now includes a Gas Leak Detector, Hurst Rabbit Tool, Hurst Mini-Cutter, and a set of Paratech Struts. (Update August 2008) The Hurst Rescue System is now outfitted with the STREAMLINE (TM) Technology Couplings and the former "O" Cutter has been replaced with a new MOC II Cutter. ***Update Spring 2009 - New 4 - bottle high pressure air cascade system is now on board.


E-One - Rescue-Engine 604

Rescue Engine 604 was placed in serviced at 1800 hrs. on March 14, 2006 and ran its first call at 1803 hrs. This unit is first due for all Rescues, Transportation type incidents such as MVC's, Auto fires, and Petroleum spills as well as Medical assists and CO investigations. RE604 is a 2005 E-One Cyclone II, 8 person cab, powered by a 500 HP Cummins Engine with an Allison Automatic transmission. The tank has 1000 gal. capacity with 30 gal. of Class B foam and a 1750 gpm Hale Single Stage Mid-ship Side-mount pump. It is equipped with numerous hand tools, 8 - Scott Airpak 75 high pressure SCBA with 45 min. bottles, a Scott multiple gas meter, four 200 ft. - 1 3/4" attack lines, one 200 ft. - 2 1/2" attack line, one 150 ft. - 1 3/4" trash line, 1050 ft. 5" and 800 ft. 3" supply lines. RE604 has the station's first pre-piped deck gun. This unit is also equipped with an Onan 15KW Hydraulic Generator to power a 200 ft. cord reel and the six Magnafire scene lights. There is a complete Hurst rescue system on-board with a Spreader, "O" cutter, Combi-Tool, and Rams. The Hurst equipment is powered by and on-board electric pump supplying two 100 ft. reels.There is also a gas powered Hurst pump for portability. RE604 is equipped with BLS equipment and was certified by the MIEMSS Seal of Excellance as a BLS First Responder Unit. (Update Spring 2007) Additional equipment now includes a Gas Leak Detector, Hurst Rabbit Tool, Hurst Mini-Cutter, and a set of Paratech Struts. (Update August 2008) The Hurst Rescue System is now outfitted with the STREAMLINE (TM) Technology Couplings and the former "O" Cutter has been replaced with a new MOC II Cutter. ***Update Spring 2009 - New 4 - bottle high pressure air cascade system is now on board.


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