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LAFD KME Engines

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E-209 was reassigned as in E-9 not to long after the closures back in 2011, E-9's pierce was reassigned as E-89 and E-89's Seagrave

was reassigned as E-289. T-14 went to T-12, T-72 Went to T-3, T-38 Went to T-85, T-58 Went to T-74, E-214 went to E43, E-296 went 

to E-212 . I believe all closed Task Force Engines became either the Pump at those stations or became 400 series engines.

Thanks,

I had known about reassignments of what became LF12, and a few others that you listed. I lived just over the hill from 12's, and they had reassigned those two rigs before I moved.

Thanks again!

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87s and 82s are now in there new kme

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For the 2014-15 Fiscal year the LAFD is seeking $20.3 million in MICLA funds to replace Eight Engine Co's 5 Ladder Trucks, Six emergency command vehicles, 23 Ambulances, 1 Brush Patrol, 10 Emergency sedans, 2 Utility Service trucks, 5 Crew cab pick up trucks, 8 Misc Specialized Vehicles

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Speaking to a few engineers who are assinged new KME's. They are not pleased at all. Ride is rough and has put guys on leave for back injuries. He said it's worse than the first oder. E77 and E89 have theirs.

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has the LAFD received any of the 15 KME's from the latest order and does anyone know where they will be assigned to?

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Waterguy,

 

Do you happen to know any of the assignments or have they not been decided yet?

Not decided yet.

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Waterguy,

 

Do you happen to know any of the assignments or have they not been decided yet?

 

 

Waterguy,

 

Do you happen to know any of the assignments or have they not been decided yet?

5,7,9,10,12,13,19,34,52,57,65,86,90,91 &112

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waterguy,

 

do you happen to know where the engines that are receiving one of the knew KME's are going to be reassigned to.

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What about 35 or 105 since their engines have been reopened?

No.

 

Engine 35 - 2010 KME

Engine 235 - 1999 Pierce

 

Engine 105 - 2006 Pierce

Engine 305 - 2003 Seagrave

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waterguy,

 

do you happen to know where the engines that are receiving one of the knew KME's are going to be reassigned to.

5 to 205

7 to 107

9 to 260

10 to reserve

12 to reserve

13 to 229

19 to 237

34 to 263

52 to reserve

57 to 235

65 to 295

86 to 248

90 to 290

91 to 97

112 to 40

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Hopefully LAFD can have additional Ready Reserve Engines in their fleet for off-duty firefighters to staff when there is an outbreak of brush fires or in a major earthquake.

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