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Engine 1

Engine 1
2006 Smeal Pumper
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Engine 1 is a 2006 Smeal custom pumper on a Spartan MetroStar chassis. Engine 1 carries 500 gallons of water, three 1.75" pre-connected hoselines, two 2.5" pre-connected hoselines and 800 feet of five-inch supply hose. The rig also carries a full set of rescue tools and emergency medical equipment. Equipped with seating for six, Engine 1 is normally staffed with 2 or 3 personnel -- a company officer, an engineer and one firefighter.

Engine 2

Engine 2, a 2010 Smeal custom pumper on a Spartan Gladiator chassis, is the newest piece in the Maumelle Fire Department fleet. Engine 1 carries 500 gallons of water, three 1.75" pre-connected hoselines, one 2.5" pre-connected hoseline and 800 feet of five-inch supply hose. The rig also carries a full set of rescue tools and emergency medical equipment. Equipped with seating for six, Engine 2 is normally staffed with 2 or 3 personnel -- a company officer, an engineer and one firefighter.

Engine 2
2010 Smeal Pumper
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Truck 1

Truck 1
1990 LTI 75' Quint
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Truck 1's most notable features are its 75' aerial ladder and its additional supply of ground ladders. Truck 1 carries a small amount of water and is equipped with three 1.75" pre-connected hand lines, a 2.5" attack line and 5" supply hose. Truck 1 is the second-out rig on structure fire responses and is normally operated by volunteer firefighters.

Engine 3

Engine 3 is a 1996 Pierce Quantum pumper and serves as the department's reserve engine. It carries 1,000 gallons of water and is equipped with two 1.75" crosslay hand lines, a 2.5" attack line and 5" supply hose. Equipped with seating for six firefighters, Engine 3 is housed at Fire Station 1 and is ready to fill-in should either of the front-line engines be taken our of service.

Engine 3
1996 Pierce Quantum Pumper
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Brush 1

Brush 1
2002 Ford F-350
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Brush 1 carries 200 gallons of water and 20 gallons of Class A foam. It features four pre-connected hose lines -- three 1" forestry lines and 100' of 1.75" hose. The truck has four-wheel drive for service off-road and it carries a variety of hand tools & equipment used in fighting wildfires. Brush 1 is also equipped with four SCBA packs, spare SCBA bottles, basic medical supplies and can tow the Mobile Air Unit, allowing the vehicle to be used in a variety of situations other than fighting brush fires. Brush 1 is operated by volunteer firefighters or cross-staffed by career personnel when needed.

Mobile Air Unit

2004 Scott Liberty II mobile light & air trailer. The Mobile Air Unit is equipped to provide lighting and a practically endless supply of breathing air on the scene of extended incidents. The trailer is equipped with four large air storage cylinders, a 7.2kW generator and a telescoping light tower with four 500 watt lights. This unit was funded through the federal FIRE Act grant program.

Mobile Air Unit
Scott Mobile Air Unit
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501

501
Ford Crown Victoria
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Ford Crown Victoria. This unit is currently assigned to Fire Chief George Glenn. It was purchased as surplus from the Missouri Highway Patrol at a considerable savings to the citizens of Maumelle.

502

2002 Dodge Durango. This unit is currently assigned to Division Chief John Payne. Chief Payne serves as the department's fire marshal and, as such, is responsible for enforcement of the fire code and cause/origin investigation of fires in addition to the day-to-day management of fire department operations.

502
2002 Dodge Durango
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Spare Car

501
2001 Chevrolet Impala
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2001 Chrevrolet Impala. This unit previously served as the fire chief's car. It was replaced in Spring 2008 with a Ford Crown Victoria purchased as surplus from the Missouri Highway Patrol. The Impala will serve as a spare staff car and be used to transport firefighters to training and other department-related activites.

  
  

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