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Honoring Our Past
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By Deputy Chief Jason Simmons
January 26, 2020

Today we take a look back more than thirty years with three photos of our three front line fire apparatus in 1986

The top photo is Engine 102, a 1972 American LaFrance Pioneer Series with a 750 Gallon Tank and a 1,000 Gallon Per Minute Pump. She was named “The Stinger”

The middle photo is Engine 103, a 1984 FMC Roughneck Series with a 1,000 Gallon Tank and a 1,000 Gallon Per Minute Two Stage Pump as well as a separate John Bean High Pressure Pump. She was named “Chief Ninigret”.

The bottom photo is Ladder 104, a 1980 American LaFrance Chieftain Series with a 250 Gallon Per Minute Pump, a 250 Gallon Tank, and a One Hundred Foot Steel Aerial Ladder. She was named “Pegasus”.


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