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Comment by Tom Rogan on June 23, 2009 at 4:59pm
E-ONE 95' Bucket
35' ext
2-28' ext
24' ext
12' baby
20' roof
2-16' roof
10' folding
Comment by Ben Fleagle on June 23, 2009 at 1:39am
Without looking: E-One 135' Straight Tip

39' Ext.
30' Ext.
28' Ext.
18' Roof
16' Roof
2 - 10 attics
1 14' Mini Ext. (Combo went out of service, we liked the mini ext. better)
Comment by Nate Quartier on June 17, 2009 at 8:57pm
Pierce 105'
1-35' Ext.
2-24' Ext.
2-16' Roof
1-14' Combo
1-10' Attic
1-2' Step ladder - for the 5' Capt.
Comment by Scott Kahn on June 17, 2009 at 12:09am
Pierce 100 ft aerial
2X 35' ext - wood
24' straight - wood
16' straight - wood
20' roof - wood
16' roof - wood
10' folding attic
10' baby bangor - wood
14' roof - mounted in top fly of aerial
18' little giant
Comment by Mike Elston on June 15, 2009 at 10:41pm
35' Ext
24' Ext
2-16' Roof
14' Attic
10" Attic
100' Aerial
Comment by Josh Materi on June 14, 2009 at 7:53pm
45" Ext
35' Ext
24' Ext
18' Roof
2-14' Roof
12' Attic
10' Baby
=172' of ground ladders
100' LTI Aerial
Comment by Christopher Kiestler on May 25, 2009 at 9:13pm
1-10' Folding
1-14' Combo
2-16' Roof
1-24' Ext.
1-35' Ext.
1-104' Aerial

W/O looking, also I don't feel we carry enough ladders. It seems that apparatus are spec'd to meet NFPA's requirements instead of the acctual needs of the response area being served by the apparatus.
Comment by Michael Wall on January 8, 2009 at 6:31am
2@18ft Roof
2@35ft Ext
1@20ft Ext.
1@12ft combo
1@10ft Roof
1@100ft main ladder
without looking
Comment by Jeff Clayton on January 2, 2009 at 12:36pm
I'm not a 'truckie' by trade, but feel both the art and science of truck work is becoming lost here in my area to the north! As an engine guy there's no better sound than that of a K-12 working above my head to open the roof. I won't comment often, but hope to learn from the more experienced members of the group. Thanks for having me, stay safe...
Comment by Wayne Benner Jr on November 14, 2008 at 1:40pm
Ladder 1
2 @ 16ft Roof
2 @ 14ft Roof
1 @ 24ft ext
1 @ 30ft ext
1 @10ft Attic
1 @ Muilt Comb Ladder
1 @75ft Main ladder
:L) without looking
 

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