1,500 gallon per minute pump, 750 gallons of water, 600 ft of attack hose, 1,000 ft of large-diameter supply hose, ground ladders, basic forcible entry tools, basic extrication tools, basic life support equipment and other firefighting equipment.
Command vehicles are staffed by field commanders who are responsible for operational command and control functions.
75′ or 100′ 2,000 gallon per minute pump, 500 gallons of water, 750 feet of large-diameter supply hose, either 75′ or 100′ aerial ladder with elevated master stream capability, ground ladders, basic forcible entry tools, advanced extrication equipment and basic life support equipment.
14′ ambulance box mounted on heavy duty two-ton chassis. Advanced life support equipment, including cardiac monitor/defibrillator, oxygen equipment, full battery of authorized pharmaceuticals, IV supplies, cardiac resuscitation equipment (Auto Pulse), powered gurney, stair chair and basic firefighter personnel protective equipment.
28′ rescue box with mobile command center in cab. Advanced atmospheric monitoring systems, radiation detection and classification systems, substance identification systems (infrared spectrometer), personal protective equipment (Level A-Level D), medical monitoring equipment, specialized pharmaceutical suite, communications suite, plugging and patching systems, damming and diking systems, absorption systems and advanced reference suite.
HAZMAT DECON TRAILER
26′ tractor drawn mass decontamination systems capable of handling up to 60 patients per hour. Capable of using advanced decontamination solutions. The climate controlled environment accommodates either ambulatory or non-ambulatory patients, advanced life support equipment and additional external decontamination capabilities.
28′ rescue box equipped with the following specialized equipment: advanced haul systems, structure collapse shoring, trench rescue, confined space rescue, vehicle extrication, breaching and breaking tools, torch cutting tools, victim locating tools and basic life support equipment.
200 gpm pump, 3,000 gallons of water with ability to dump water into portable tanks within 60 seconds. 500 feet of large diameter supply hose, 500 feet of attack hose, wildland equipment, basic life support equipment.
ENGINE, TYPE III
Wildland Urban Interface Engine 500 gpm pump, 750 gallons of water, 1,000 feet of supply hose, 2,000 feet of attack hose, advanced wildland firefighting support equipment, pump and roll capability, Class A foam system, basic life support equipment and other firefighting equipment.
ENGINE, TYPE VI
Wildland Urban Interface Engine 200 gpm pump, 250 gallons of water, 200 feet of supply hose, 1,000 feet of attack hose, advanced wildland firefighting equipment, pump and roll capability, basic life support equipment and other basic support equipment.
WILDLAND DUTY OFFICER
Staffed by Wildland Duty Officer who assists with operational command and control and functions on a wildland/urban interface incident.
WILDLAND CREW CARRIER
Used to transport the 20 person, type II wildland hand crew and equipment.
AIR AND LIGHT TRUCK
The air and light truck provides UFA emergency personnel with breathing air support, illumination medical monitoring while also providing rehab and nutritional support for personnel during extended operational periods.
Also known as a tractor-drawn aerial (TDA), is a highly specialized turntable ladder mounted on a semi-trailer truck. It has separate steering wheels and drivers for the front and rear wheels. Ladder trucks are by necessity rather long, and tiller trucks are far more maneuverable than traditional ladder trucks.