Engine 526 from the Davis Ford station is this 2016 Pierce Arrow XT, 1500/750/40/40, sn: 30389-01.
This engine was delivered as part of a 5 unit order.
Officer side of Engine 526.
Rear view of Engine 526.
Prince William County's Medic 526 is assigned to the Davis Ford station, the first station built and operated by Prince William County. M526 is a 2015 Freightliner/Wheeled Coach and was part of an order of 4 units.
Battalion Chief 502 is a 2013 Chevy Suburban/FastLane. BC 502 runs from FS 26.
BC 502 primarily covers Stations 6 (Coles), 13 (Birchdale), 14 (Lake Ridge), 17 (Montclair), 18 (Princedale), and 26 (Davis Ford).
Utility 526 is a 2012 Chevy Suburban.
ex- Evergreen VFD Chief 515 and Prince William Utility 515B.
South Berkeley VFC in Berkeley County, West Virginia opened their new station and began running calls on July 29, 2017.
Squad 25 in front of South Berkeley's new fire station in July 0f 2017.
The rear of Squad 25, a 1994 Freightliner 80/American Eagle 250/300.
South Berkeley VFC - Station 20 in Berkeley County, West Virginia. The new station opened on July 29, 2017.
South Berkeley Engine 21, a 1990 Peterbilt 379/E-One/American Eagle equipped with a 1750/1000. E-One serial number 8474.
The South Berkeley VFC apparatus line up - July of 2017.
South Berkeley VFC Engine 20, a 2009 Pierce Arrow XT 1500/2000/40/20 with Pierce job number 21407.
Officer side of Engine 21, a 1990 Peterbilt 379/E-One/American Eagle 1750/1000.
South Berkeley VFC Engine 22, a 2001 Pierce Dash 1500/1000 with Pierce job number 12882.
Squad 25 as photographed in July of 2017 at South Berkeley's new station. Squad 25 is a 1994 Freightliner 80/American Eagle equipped with a 250/300. It has an air cascade system as well as a light tower.
Utility 20 at South Berkeley was originally the department's brush truck. The decision was made to remove the brush skid package and have the truck be the department's utility. It is a 2010 Ford F350 4x4 and was originally donated by W. Randy Smith to the department. The brush to utility change was completed in 2017.
Prince William Police Dive/Recovery unit. A 1993 Freightliner FL70/Supreme, this truck is former Collapse 502 from O.W.L.
To the Police Department in 2007.
Dumfries-Triangle Fire Department - Prince William County Station 3-Fire
Engine 503 is a 2014 E-One Cyclone II, 1500/750/40/40, sn- 138289.
One of two similar engines in service at Dumfries.
Officer side of Engine 503.
Engine 503B is a 2014 E-One Cyclone II, 1500/750/40/40, sn- 138290.