Aerial No. 1
Aerial 1 is a 1981 E-One 55 ft. Quint. It features a 6V92 Detroit Turbo Diesel, Allison automatic transmission, a 1,250 GPM Hale pump, 300 gallon water tank, a 3,000 watt generator and On-spot automatic tire chains. Aerial 1 carries forcible entry equipment, ladder safety equipment, 4 Self Contained Breathing Apparatuses(SCBA), ventilation equipment, 2- 1,250 GPM portable ground monitors and 1,000 ft. of 5" LDH supply hose. Aerial 1 is the second-out apparatus on all in town structure fires.
Engine No. 2
Engine 2 is a 1993 Pierce Lance pumper. It features a 6 man cab, 500 HP 8V92 Detroit Turbo Diesel, Allison automatic transmission, 1,750 GPM Waterous pump, 750 gallon water tank, 20Kw PTO generator with 2 electric reels, air reel for powering pneumatic tools, deluge gun, pneumatic telescoping scenelights, hydraulic ladder rack, Automatic Engine Retarder and On-spot automatic tire chains. Engine 2 carries Structural firefighting equipment, 5 - S.C.B.A.s, class A and B foam, breathing air cylinders, working air cylinders, air monitoring equipment, ventilation equipment, forcible entry equipment, a Thermal Imaging Camera, 7 portable radios, ventilation equipment and 1,000 ft. of 5" LDH supply hose. Engine 2 is the first-out apparatus for all structure / vehicle fires and all flammable liquid or gas release emergencies.
Tanker No. 3
Tanker 3 is a 1980 Ford 4 Guys Tanker truck. It has an 8.8L 534ci. gasoline engine, an Allison automatic transmission, a 2,100 gallon capacity stainless steel tank and also carries a 2,500 gallon port-a tank. It is equipped with a 350 GPM Hale PTO pump. It is capable of dumping its entire contents from the rear or either side of the vehicle via 8" round Dump valves at approx. 1,000 GPM. Tanker 3 carries 400 ft. of 3" supply hose and is also equipped with On-spot automatic tire chains. Tanker 3 is the second-out apparatus on rural structure fires and responds to in town and all other fires as needed.
Brush No. 4
Brush 4 is a 1985 Chevrolet 4x4 with a 6.2L diesel engine and automatic transmission. It is an ex-military M1028 rated at 5/4 ton capacity. It is provided to the BL.F.D. via the FEPP program through the MO Department of Conservation. Brush 4 features a Darley 2BE20H Skid Unit that is capable of pumping 370 GPM. The Skid Unit carries 200 gallons of water, a 3,000 watt generator, 750 watt scene light and has a 20 HP Honda engine. The Skid Unit is self contained needing only a 12 volt power source to operate. If only the 4x4 truck is needed, the Skid Unit can be removed in about 5 minutes by removal of two pins and unplugging a quick connect power cord. Brush 4 carries 2-10 ft. sections of 2.5" hard suction hose and a floating strainer making it capable of drafting from static water sources such as ponds or swimming pools. Brush 4 also carries 3 collapsable backpack pumps and various rakes, axes, shovels, etc. Brush 4 is capable of providing a 1 3/4" hose line or lighting at off road rescue incidents or can be used for structural firefighting during inclement weather not accessable by larger vehicles. Brush 4 is the second out apparatus on all Wildland and Field fires.
Rescue No. 5
Rescue 5 is a 1997 Ford F450 4X4 produced by KME. It features a 7.3L Turbo Diesel, automatic transmission, Waterous 300 GPM PTO pump, 250 gallon poly water tank and a 3,500 watt Honda generator. Rescue 5 is the first out apparatus on all Medical and Vehicle Extrication incidents. It carries Amkus hydraulic spreaders, cutters, and various length hydraulic rams, Paratech air lifting bag equipment and stabilization struts, air chisels, a Univent gas powered rotary saw, a ProPak portable foam system, both synthetic and wooden cribbing and CMC Technical Rescue equipment. Rescue 5 also carries first-aid equipment, oxygen, an A.E.D., stokes basket/backboard combo, a SKED stretcher and Air Medical Landing Zone equipment.
Brush No. 8
Brush 8 is a 1985 Chevrolet 4x4 with a 6.2L diesel engine and automatic transmission. It is an ex-military M1008 rated at 5/4 ton capacity. It is provided to the BL.F.D. via the FFP program through the MO Department of Conservation. Brush 8 features a Darley 1.5AGE20H Skid Unit that is able to pump 120 GPM at 100 PSI. The Skid Unit carries 200 gallons of water and has a 20 HP Honda engine. The Skid Unit is self contained needing only a 12 volt power source to operate. If only the 4x4 truck is needed, the Skid Unit can be removed in about 5 minutes by removal of two pins and unplugging a quick connect power cord. Brush 8 carries 4 collapsable backpack pumps, 2 - Stihl BR600 backpack blowers, a Stihl MS390 chainsaw, a drip torch and various rakes, axes, shovels, etc. Brush 8 is the first out apparatus on all Wildland and Field fires.