Unit : 2111
Built by KME in Nesquehoning, PA and sold by Skip Stinger of J.B. Hunt. The engine was placed into service August 1997. The engine is built on a Renegade Excel tilt cab and is powered by a Cummins 400 Diesel engine with a Jacobs brake. Engine/Tanker 2111 is a dual-purpose truck functioning as an engine company and a tanker. It carries 2800 gallons of water, 50 gallons of 1% foam, and has a 1500GPM single stage Hale Q-Max pump. Hose loads consist of 200′ of 1″, 600′ of 1 3/4″, 200′ of 2″, 500′ of 2 1/2″, 400′ of 3″, and 1000′ of 5″ hose. The engine carries the NFPA compliment of ground ladders and a 3000 gallon porta-pond, and other engine company equipment. The engine is used primarily as a supply pumper.
|Driver||Operate (Pump), Establish (Water Supply), Establish (Lighting)||Radio, Reflective Vest|
|Officer||(Radio Traffic), Locate Hydrant, Establish ICS, Assist Can||Pick Axe|
|Can||Fire Suppression||Water Can (nothing showing), 1-3/4″ or 2-1/2″ line (showing)|
|Force||Force Entry, Back-up Can||Irons|
|Hydrant||Hydrant hook-up, Assist w/ exterior ops, PPV fan to front if needed||Hydrant bag, 6′ Hook, Dry Chem Extinguisher (nothing showing)|
|Extra||Non-SCBA Qualified: Perform exterior opsSCBA Qualified: Assist w/ Interior Fire Suppression||TNT Tool, 6′ Hook|
|*ALL (except driver)||Report to Ladder for truck-ops when 2nd due in town||Radio, Flashlight|
Unit : 2116
Built by KME in Nesquehoning, PA and sold by Skip Stinger of J.B. Hunt. Ladder 2116 was placed into service in January 2000. The unit is built on a Renegade Excel tilt cab and is powered by a Cummins 450 Diesel engine with a Jacobs Brake. Ladder 2116 is a dual-purpose apparatus known as a Quint. Serving both as an engine and a ladder. The truck is equipped with a 75ft boom and carries 500 gallons of water. It has a 1500GPM single stage Hale Q-Max pump with a Class A & B foam system. The Ladder is equipped with a vehicle extrication tool, EMS equipment, 115′ of ground ladders, a 10kw amps generator and Truck company tools. Ladder 2116 is first out for all structure fires.
|Driver||Engage Generator, PTO, Ladder Power, Pump, Establish Water Supply, Operate Boom, PPV to front of structure, Establish Lighting||Radio, Reflective Vest|
|Officer||Radio Traffic, Locate Hydrant, Establish ICS, Fill-in crew as needed||Axe, 6′ hook, CO/LEL meter as needed|
|Can||Engine Duties-Fire Suppression, Truck Duties- primary search||Water Can (nothing showing), 1-3/4″ or 2-1/2″ line (showing – engine), 6′ hook, 16′ roof ladder (truck ops)|
|Force||Engine Duties-Force Entry, Assist Can, Truck Duties-Force Entry, Primary Search||Irons, T.I.C.|
|Hydrant||Engine Duties-Hydrant hook-up, Truck Duties, Vent/Enter/Search from rear||6′ Hook, 16′ Roof Ladder|
|OVM||Vent/Enter/Search from rear||TNT Tool, Appropriate Saw|
|*ALL (except driver)||Truck Duties-Assist w/Placement and Set-up of Ladder||Radio, Flashlight|
Unit : 2118
Built by KME in Nesquehoning, PA and sold by Skip Stinger of J.B. Hunt. The Rescue was placed in service October 2003. The Rescue is built on an EMFD tilt cab with a partial walk-in climate controlled body and is powered by a 400HP Detroit Diesel engine with a Jacobs Engine Brake. Rescue 2118 is a multi-purpose apparatus serving as a vehicle extrication unit, rehab, technical rescue, and support for the Ladder. The rescue is equipped with vehicle extrication tools, technical rescue equipment, EMS, salvage, four bottle cascade system and telescoping light tower powered by a 35,000 watt PTO generator. The Rescue is first out for all motor vehicle crashes and technical rescue assignments.
|Driver||Lighting, Cacade Duties|
|All other personnel report to Manpower Pool for assignments|
|Driver||Stage Equipment, Tool Prep, Operate Hurst Pump, Establish Lighting|
|Officer||Assume Command/Operations, Back up Tool|
|Officer Rear||Stabilization, Tool Operator|
|Middle||Airbag Control, EMS (EMT if possible)|
|Driver Rear||Battery and Glass Removal, Back-up EMS|
|Bench Seats||As Ordered per Operations|
Unit : 2115
Brush 2115 is a 1994 Chevy KC 2500 4×4 pickup truck. Purchased by Greenwich township, and placed into service in June 1994. A 350 small block gas engine powers it. The unit’s skid load carries 225 gallons of water and has a 200GPM Waterous pump. It carries brooms, shovels, chainsaw, and other brush equipment. The unit was needed to access off road and rural areas where the bigger trucks are unable to access.
Unit : 2117
Utility 2117 is a 1996 Ford Crew-cab 4×4 pickup. Purchased by the Greenwich Township and placed into service in July 1996. The unit is used for towing the department’s marine units and technical rescue trailer. A 460 big block gas engine powers it. It carries EMS equipment, water rescue gear, and road cones for setting up a safety lane for MVC’s on the Interstate.
Unit : 2100
Command Unit 2100 is a 2011 chevy tahoe. It was placed into service in March 2011. The Chief of the Department operates Battalion 2100. Battalion 2100 is used as a first response vehicle to emergency’s to establish command and perform scene size up. That information is then relayed to County Dispatch Center for the incoming apparatus.
Unit : 2110
2110 is a 2001 Ford Crown Vic. It is currently being utilized as a first responding vehicle for the Deputy Chief or Duty Officer. Yet still fills the roles for schooling transportation, manpower transport to emergency incidents and a reserve-towing unit.
Unit : 1938 Diamond-T Smokeater
The 1938 Diamond-T Smokeater is a 500GPM pumper. The truck was built by Peter Pirsch and Sons and has been owned by the Gibbstown Volunteer Fire Department since it was new. It was in active service for over 30 years and was restored by the members of the fire department in 1977.