Frankford, DE 19945
DVFD has placed Command 73 in service a 2015 Tahoe with a ICS conversion by Fast Lane Emergency Vehicles.
2015 Pierce Velocity 3000 Gallon tank 1500 GPM Pump
3000 gallon Engine Tanker
Millville places in service its new Emergency One Rescue Engine.
Capacity 2500 GPM 1500
2014 Rosenbauer Commander 109' 500 gallon tank
Former Millsboro Engine 83-1 has been purchased by the Memorial Fire Company and placed in service as 89-5 running from the Station at Argos Corner.
Fire Chief Donald E. Mitchell Jr. is pleased to announce that, RBVFC has placed in service a 2008 American Lafrance Quint Fire Apparatus. The unit is a combination pumper/ladder truck which allows more versatility on the emergency scene. "Quint 86" as it will be designated, is equipped with a 2000 GPM Waterous 2 Stage pump, with a 500 gallon tank and a 75' rearmount aerial ladder with 500' tip load. A 10 KW Generator along with a full complement of Ground Ladders and Tools for fighting operations are included in the truck. This is the first large truck the RBVFC has purchased since 1995, at a cost of over $600.000.00 to build and equip. It will provide us with further capabilities in fire protection to the Fire District and Communities we serve. The new piece will be stationed at the Rehoboth Avenue Fire Station while going through a break in period, and Chief Mitchell invites anyone who would like to see the new unit to stop by.
The officers and members of the Memorial Fire Company are proud to display their new command vehicle. It is a 2009 Chevrolet Suburban with a full complimant of radios, small hand tools, and EMS equipment. DPC of Marydel installed the console and lighting equipment. The lettering and graphics were done by Rogers Sign of Milton
Laurel has placed in service two 2012 International/Horton #623 Ambulances
Millsboro EMS has placed in service a new International/Life Line ambulance
First Pierce Engine purchased. 1500 GPM Pump, 750 gallons of water, Huskey Foam System, 30 gallon foam tank, Light Tower, Auto Deck Gun, Vehicle Rescue Tools.
Seaford Vol. Fire Dept. recently placed in service a new Ford 550 Brush Unit.
American LaFrance Triple combination Motor Fire Truck, was Lewes' third motorized apparatus and first pumping apparatus. She has a 750gpm pump, chemical tank, and ladders, purchased for a cost of $12,750. Restored in 1996 for 200th Anniversary and again in 2008 and currently on display in our new museum room at Station 1
Purchased in 1937 for a sum 0f $8,000 this Buffalo Engine served faithfully
Built before World War II by American Fire Apparatus of Wilmington, Delaware. This engine is displayed in running condition in the museum at the station.
MOOSE 44’ Aluminum Catamaran 16’wide Twin 600hp Cummins Diesel Engines with Jet Drive Propulsion 750 Gallon Fire Pump Cruising speed 30 knots Top speed estimated 40 knots Weight 27,000# Water draft 24” State of the Art Electronics Thermal Imaging Camera Room for 2 patents in cabin Seating for operator plus crew of 8
Pierce Velocity Engine with C.A.F.S.
Built by U.S. Fire Apparatus in Wilmington, Delaware. This engine was recovered from a farmers barn where it was given back to the volunteers of the Millsboro Fire Co. and refurbished. Now on display in the museum and used for special events.
1970 Cadillac Ambulance was retired in 1994, but is still active in parades and a great show piece for younger generation to see how much the ambulance service have grown.
1956 Ford with a 750gpm and 1,000 gallon tank
CAFF system, 50gal. Class A foam./ 4 man crew
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