Front Line Apparatus
On March 14, 1999 the new Engine 30 was housed, a 1998 Spartan Luverne, 1,750 GPM pump, with a 1,000-gallon tank. Engine 30 is dedicated to George Schock Jr., Chief 1976-1981.
In April of 2o03, Ladder 32 was placed in service. A 2002 Seagrave, 75 foot “Mean Stick”. 2,000 GPM fire pump with a 500-gallon capacity water tank and a six-man cab. Ladder 32 is dedicated to Carlton “Tate” Reeves, Chief 1964-1976.
On May 4, 1997, Ladder 35 a LTI ladder-pumper was housed. It has a 110 foot aerial, 2,000 GPM pump and a 500-gallon tank.
A 2005 Seagrave EVI rescue with a ten man cab carrying hand and power tools for all types of rescue incidents including motor vehicle accidents, confined space/ high angle rescue, and trench rescue, Rescue 34 is also equipped as a firefighter rehab unit with an awning to provide shelter from the weather. The truck was dedicated to Capt. Max Wallen and housed on October 21, 2005.
On May 19, 1991, the company housed Engine 35. A 1990 American La France pumper with a 1,250 GPM pump, 750-gallon tank was dedicated to Fire Chief Gary Wallen.
In 1992, the department re-furbished its rescue truck (Rescue 33) and dedicated it to Capt. Max Wallen, who had been instrumental in obtaining the department’s first rescue truck in the early 1950’s. Capt. Wallen had served with the department for more than sixty years and had been dedicated to fire service training. In October 1996, a year after his passing, the burn building at the Cumberland County Fire Training Center was dedicated in his honor.
Engine 36, a 1985 American La France pumper with a 1,500 GPM pump, 750-gallon tank was dedicated to Thomas Corson, Chief 1928-1952.
Brush 38, a 1985 Ford with a 250 GPM slide-in pump with a 250-gallon tank was dedicated to George Reeves, Chief 1981-1982. Chief Reeves also served as treasurer of the fire company for over 40 years.
Engine 37, a 1985 Ford pumper with a 1,000 GPM pump, 750-gallon tank was dedicated to John “Jack” Durfee, a career firefighter from 1965-1987 also served as Deputy Chief during his career. Jack died in the line of duty.
Retired and Historical Apparatus
Ladder 32 a 1973 Imperial with a 100 foot grove ladder.
Engine 30 a 1978 Mack with a 1250 GPM pupm, 750-gallon tank. The “Mack” served until 1999.
The department maintains its apparatus history with a 1925 American La France pumper, affectionately known as “Phoebe”, recently refurbished into mint condition.
In addition to Phoebe, the company also has two operational Mason hand pumpers built in 1795 and 1798 respectively.