E0001

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  1. Engines 1, 20, 73, 75, and 98 are all assigned new Pierce pumpers.
  2. No. Entirely new company. The personnel from Engine and USAR4 all moved to FS2. New crews on Engine 4.
  3. San Diego USAR4 will officially move to the new Fire Station 2 today and become USAR2. Engine 2 will also go in service.
  4. The Mack foam rig is being sold. http://www.kenporterauctions.com/vehicle_listing_Details.asp?id=251781
  5. The OES Type-3 engines came to the LAFD brand new. They had not been assigned elsewhere and were not high mileage at the time of assignment.
  6. Vista moved the truck to Station 5 quite some time ago.
  7. Can you please back this statement up with some job related facts? Why are they the best? And why are they the best for every jurisdiction? Can you provide a list of advantages and disadvantages? I look forward to your thoughtful reply.
  8. Escondido, Vista, La Mesa, El Cajon, and Federal Fire all utilize aerial platforms.
  9. Orange has ordered a second Pierce Arrow XT engine. Should be delivered sometime this year.
  10. San Diego utilizes a "boundary drop" type automatic aid agreement to dispatch the closest resources regardless of jurisdiction. As stated above there were many auto aid units on this incident based on its close proximity to the eastern edge of the City.
  11. Looks like Light Force 127 is now just Quint 127. Carson now has a Squad at Station 10. Ex Engine 127 is now running at the new Fire Station 100.
  12. That engine is a one of a kind 1996 Ford Cargo Model-11. Similar look to the Mack Model 9. The big giveaway is no crew cab. The entire 3 person crew sits in the front seat "Three Amigos" style. Was assigned to Tehama Glenn Unit. Sold in 2014.
  13. It is not their choice. They just expressed an opinion. Don't count on seeing this occur.
  14. The SDFR fireboats, operates by the Lifeguards and stationed at Quivira Point, are refered to as Marine 1 and 2. I’m not positive about the Harbor Police boats but I thought one came up on the air as “Marine 4” during this incident.