Apparatus

Truck 710

Truck 710

– 2005 Pierce Tractor Drawn Aerial (“Tiller”)
– 105′ Straight-Tip Aerial Ladder
– Detroit Diesel Series 60
– Seating for Five Personnel
– Heavy Rescue Capabilities for the Capital Beltway (I-495)
– Full Compliment of HURST Rescue Tools (“Jaws of Life”)
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Engine 710

– 2009 Spartan/Crimson Engine
– Cummins ISX
– Seating For Five Personnel
– 1500GPM Pump, 750 Gallon Tank
– CAFS Capabilities
– ALS Supply Storage
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Ambulance 710

– 2010 Ford Econoline/Horton
– Ford PowerStroke Diesel
– Capable of Transporting Two Patients
– ALS Equipped
– Equipped With “MartinHorns”
– The Busiest Unit at Station 10
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Engine 730

Engine 710B

– 2000 Spartan Gladiator/Quality Fire
– Detroit Series 60 Diesel
– Seating For Six Personnel
– 1500GPM Pump, 750 Gallon Tank
– Formally Served as Engine 730
– Reserve Unit, But Can Be Run as Second Out Engine
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Tanker 730

Tanker 730

– Peterbilt/Summit
– 3000 Gallons of Water
– Seating for Two Personnel
– On Board Direct-Drive Pump
– Carries All Equipment For Supplying Water Without Fire Hydrants
– Unit Protects Large Area, and Often Runs Into Fairfax County
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Medic 730

– 2005 International/Wheeled Coach
– Rehabbed in 2011
– Runs 24/7/365 With Paramedic (ALS)
– Busiest Unit at Station 30
– Formally Ran as “Ambulance 710″
– Also Known As “Mobile Intensive Care Unit”
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Boat Supports 710/730

– Ford F-350 4×4 with Utility Bodies
– John Boat Storage Racks
– Seating For Three-Five Personnel
– Carries Equipment To Support River Rescue Teams
– 4×4 Capabilities for Use on Tow Paths of C&O Canal
– Self Recovery Equipment For Launching in Poor Launch Locations.
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Boats

– All Demaree (DIB) Boats
– Combination of Attack Sleds and “Chesapeakes”
– Mercury Jet Drive Motors
– Inflatable Boats to Prevent Damage From Rocks
– Equipped with Patient Rescue/Helo Rescue Equipment
– Current Fleet Consists of 6 In Service Units
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Brush 710

– Ford/Summit 4×4 Brush Unit
– Ford PowerStroke Diesel
– Seating For Two Personnel
– 250GPM Pump, On Board Tank
– Can Also Serve as Boat Support/Boat Towing Unit
– Self-Recovery Equipment
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Car 710/730

– 2007 Ram MegaCab/Summit Command Vehicles
– Cummins Diesel Engines
– Seating For Five Personnel
– Designed To Serve as Backup Boat Supports
– MegaCab For Comfortable Seating if River Rescue Teams Deployed Anywhere Nationwide
– Day to Day Serves as Chief Vehicles, Units Marked “Cars (K710/K730)” When Used Without Command Officer
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