Duty Chief and Officer Vehicles. 2020 Chevy Tahoe Special Service Vehicle.
Engine 75-1 is a 2005 Seagrave and was designed as the first due suppression engine. It has a 2000 GPM two stage Hale pump, 500 gallon water tank and a 20 gallon integral foam tank (AFFF). 430 HP Detroit Diesel engine with an Allison 5 speed automatic transmission.
Engine 75-2 is a 2011 Seagrave Marauder 2.2 Rescue/Engine. It serves as the first due unit for vehicle accident/fire related incidents, and second due suppression engine. It has been certified as both an Engine and Heavy Rescue by the Lancaster County Fire Chiefs Assoc. It is equipped with a 2000 GPM two stage Hale pump, 500 gallon booster tank, 65 gallons of Class B foam (AFFF), Holmatro hydraulic rescue system, confined space and high angle rescue equipment.
Truck 75 is a 2016 Seagrave 95 Foot Aerialscope II. It is equipped with all relevant hand tools, two rotary saws, three chain saws, a 500 HP Cummins Diesel engine with an Allison 6 speed automatic transmission.
Squad 75-1 is a 2002 Ford F-350. This unit is a general purpose unit to bring additional manpower and/or equipment to the scene of an incident.
Traffic 75 is a 2004 Ford F-350. This unit is operated by the company's Fire Police. It carries two personnel and a full compliment of traffic control equipment. The Traffic Unit also pulls a Arrow Board trailer for longer duration incidents.