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fire appliance

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(Automotive Engineering) another name for fire engine
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The motorcade for the memorial service included fire apparatus from across the state that gathered in Olds Station and traveled the four miles through Wenatchee to the Town Toyota Center as hundreds lined the way to pay their respects.
OTCBB: FLXT) said it has received a purchase order for 500 seat sensors to be used in a brand new safety and security system for fire apparatus.
Hirst, who provides testing materials for fire and emergency medical personnel, offers a review guide to help fire fighters prepare for a Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator certification, promotion, or training exam.
In paragraph 25-7e(5) (Page 324) of AR 420-1 it states that fire and emergency services personnel "will conduct vehicle service test per NFPA 1911," Standard for the Inspection, Maintenance, Testing and Retirement of In-Service Automotive Fire Apparatus, and recorded on DA Form 5380, Fire Apparatus Test Record.
But costs also have risen as a result of adding a 10th, "fixed" person to task force stations - those with three fire apparatus - as well as ambulances.
Williams is also national treasurer of the Society for the Preservation and Appreciation of Antique Motor Fire Apparatus in America, and he boasts one of the state's largest collections of restored fire trucks, including a 1929 Ahrens-Fox pumper.
The DDC worked with the Fire Department to redesign the interior spaces to accommodate the size and weight of today's fire apparatus and firefighting equipment.
Calling it "From Wisconsin to New York," the Wisconsin CTSO has a goal of raising $448,000 for the purchase of a 1000 GPM Pumper Fire Engine to be manufactured at the Seagrave Fire Apparatus Company in Clintonville, Wis.
The very nature of police work keeps the everyday dispatch of police response more continuous and complex than dispatching fire apparatus or medical units, because fire and medical situations routinely are handled by field supervisors on the scene after the initial callout.
Cities could be required to have a minimum of three or four personnel assigned to each piece of fire apparatus operated by their city under standards now being considered by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).