|Incident / Response||1st||2nd||3rd||4th||5th|
|Structure No Hydrant||L36||T36||E36||B36||B36-2|
|Vehicle Fire / MVC||E36||L36||T36||B36-2||B36|
|Water Rescue||B36 / M36||B36-2||L36||E36||N/A|
|Search & Rescue||B36 / R36||B36-2||L36||E36||N/A|
Ladder 36 (115)
Ladder 36 is a Segrave quint. A quint is capable of providing 5 essential functions on the fireground: pump, water tank, fire hose, aerial device, and ground ladders. This allows the crew to act as either an engine company or a truck company, depending on the Incident Commander’s needs and what the situation dictates.
Engine 36 (101)
Engine 36 is a classic fire engine and is equipped to allow its crew to perform all of the on-scene duties expected of an engine company. This includes, search & rescue, establishing a water supply, fire suppression, exposure protection, and overhaul.
Tanker 36 (131)
Tanker 36 is the fleet’s tanker and is capable of delivering large quantities of water to incidents where hydrants are inaccessible, damaged, or nonexistent. This tanker is equipped with a pump and attack lines allowing it to double as a pumper should the need arise.
Brush 36 is the fleet’s brush truck and is used primarily to fight field fires. The truck’s 4 wheel drive capabilities, small profile, and light frame make it an ideal candidate to travel off road into fields and wooded areas to find and extinguish fire.
Brush 36–2 (152)
Brush 36–2 is the fleet’s specialty vehicle. It is a US Army 2 and a half ton truck. While Brush 36–2 responds with Brush 36–2 to field fires and water rescue incidents, this truck is primarily used to accomplish special tasks that would prove impossible for any of the fleet’s other trucks.
Marine 36 is Flagtown Fire’s Emergency Response Boat (ERB). It is a 12.5 foot inflatable Mercury boat with a rigid slatted aluminum deck. This ERB is capable of carrying a maximum of 6 people and can be deployed under power, or manually walked into the water by the crew.
Ranger 36 is another of the fleet’s specialty vehicles. She is an all-terrain 6×6 Polaris Ranger capable of transporting crews into areas that were previously accessible only by foot. When Ranger 36 deploys at an incident, crews reach their destination sooner allowing them to effect rescue or fire suppression operations quicker than ever before.
Car 36 is the Chief’s command car and mobile command post. The vehicle has an area to store the Chief’s Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including air pack and is equipped with everything necessary to allow him to function as an effective Incident Commander (IC) at any incident to which the department is dispatched.
Up until the beginning of 2012 Car 36B was the fleet’s command car. While Car 36B is fully equipped to act as a backup to Car 36, it now mainly serves as a troop transport and utility vehicle.