2020 Ford F-250 4 X 4 Crew Cab SS SRW, delivered January 2020. The apparatus was purchased under Chief, Damien Locklear. Battalion 1 is the Shift Battalion Chief's transport vehicle.
2019 Pierce Velocity Chassis rear-mount 100 Foot Platform, purchased June 2019 and delivered July 2019, under the current Fire Chief Damien Locklear. Truck 1 has a 600 Horsepower Engine, a 1500 GPM side-operated Pierce Single-stage Pump, with a 300 gallon water tank.
2016 Pierce, was built and delivered in March of 2017 under the Fire Chief, D. N. Crawford (Retired). Engine 11 has a 450 Horsepower Cummings Diesel Engine and a 1500 GPM side-operated Hale Centrifugal pump with a 500 gallon water tank.
Engine 22 and Engine 33
2010 Spartan Metrostar, Rosenbauers, were a double purchase project to update the Fire Fleet and were delivered August 2010 under Director of Public Safety B. Johnson (Retired). Engine 22 and Engine 33 have 425 Horsepower Cummings ISL Diesel Engines, 1500 GPM Hale QMAX150 mid-ship Pumps with 500 gallon water tanks.
Squad 81/OCFIT Investigations Vehicle
2017 Ford F-150 LX Crew Cab 4 X 4, purchased and delivered November 2016. The apparatus was purchased under Chief, D. N. Crawford (Retired). This vehicle ran as the Battalion 1 Transport from 2016 until 2020 when the Ford F250 was purchased. The Squad Concept is still developing and is manned as a front-line response vehicle occasionally to assist with Critical Staffing and Emergency Medical Response. The vehicle is also equipped with Origin and Cause Investigation Tools and equipment to ensure the OCFIT Team can conduct a full Investigation at every structure fire with very little delay.
1993 E-One was built and delivered November 1993 under the Late Fire Chief T. Kelly (Retired). Engine 12 served as Front-Line Apparatus Engine 11 until 2010 when the twins (Current Engine 22 and Engine 33) were placed in service. Engine 12 has a 350 Horsepower Detroit 06UF24132 Diesel Engine and a 1500 GPM QSMG 150-23 mid-ship Centrifugal Pump with a 500 gallon water tank.
1993 E-One Sentry was a rush build and delivered January 1994 under the Late Fire Chief T. Kelly (Retired). Old Engine 22 (1979 Amarican LaFrance), while responding to a call during the rain, wrecked just past the Queen Street Bridges heading south toward Highway 70. The Fire Company on-board were all OK with no injuries to report, however due to this unfortunate incident Old Engine 22 was deemed totaled and needed to be replaced. Station 2, located on Tiffany Street (now Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) was closed down due to the new trucks being manufactured could not fit into the old fire bays, which were designed for old horse drawn Fire Apparatus.
Engine 23 served as Front-Line Apparatus Engine 44 at Station 4 until 2010 when the twins (Current Engine 22 and Engine 33) were placed into service. Engine 23 is built very similar to Engine 12 with slight changed details due to being a rush build and unexpected budgetary costs, but has a 300 Horsepower Cummings 6V-92A Diesel Engine and a 1500 GPM QSMG 150-23 mid-ship Centrifugal Pump with a 500 gallon water tank.
2000 E-One HP75 rear-mount 75 Foot Quint was built and delivered August 2000 under Director of Public Safety G. S. Smith (Retired). Truck 2 has a Cummings 15M Diesel Engine and a 1500 GPM side-operated Hale QMAX150-23S Pump with a 500 gallon water tank. The aerial on the apparatus has a unique feature to allow the waterway nozzle be pinned at the tip of the ladder for waterway Operations and re-pinned at the 55 foot mark to clear the tip for rescue operations.
2005 E-One rear-mount 95 Foot Platform purchased and delivered July 2005 under Director of Public Safety G. S. Smith (Retired). Truck 3 has a 525 Horsepower Detroit Series 60 Diesel Engine, a 2000 GPM side-operated Hale E-1 Parallel Pump, with a 300 gallon water tank.