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Mendon Apparatus Timeline

2012
January 1

Engine 365

Engine 365

2012 Rosenbauer/Spartan Resuce Engine

1500 gpm pump
1000 gal tank
2000 ft of 5″ supply hose
Holmatro combination tool
Blitzfire Portable Monitor
MSA thermal imaging camera
Smoke Ejector Fans
Cutters Edge Saw
6 SCBAS

January 1

Tanker 3617

Tanker 3617

2012 Peterbuilt/Pierce Water Tender “Tanker

1000 gpm Pump

2200 gal tank

2, 2000 gal Portable Ponds

2 SCBA’s

2008
January 1

Engine 366

Engine 366

2008 Ford / FX Body EMS/Brush Squad

EMS Equipment
Fire Police Equipment
9500lbs Winch
125 Gal Water Tank
Port-A-Foam
Brush Fire Equipment

2003
January 1

Retired Chiefs Car

Retired Chiefs Car

2003 Ford Explorer

2001
January 1

Engine 363

Engine 363

2001 American LaFrance Rescue Engine

Retired 2017

1997
January 1

Retired Rescue 368

Retired Rescue 368

1985 Ford/ Sailsbury

*Retired 1997*

1996
January 1

Engine 364

Engine 364

1996 Spartan/Saulsbury Rescue Engine

1500 gpm rear mount pump
1000 gal Tank
2000 ft of 5″ supply hose
6 SCBAS

1992
January 1

Engine 367

Engine 367

1992 Ford/ Custom Fire

*Retired 2008*

1986
January 1

Engine 362

Engine 362

1986 Ford/4 Guy’s

2000 Gal Tank w/ rear dump
2- 2000 Gal Portable Ponds
500 gpm pump*Retired in 2011*

1985
January 1

Engine 365

Engine 365

1985 Ford

*Retired in 2002*

1981
January 1

Engine 3637

Engine 3637

1981 GMC

*Retired 1997*

1973
January 1

Engine 3627

Engine 3627

1973 Ford/Young

750 Gal Tank
1000 GPM Pump
Water Problem Equipment
2 SCBAS
Seats 3*Retired in 2012*

1965
January 1

Retired Engine 67

Retired Engine 67

1965 Ford

1964
January 1

Engine 367

Engine 367

1964 Dodge Power Wagon

Currently owned by the Mendon Fire Dept

1960
January 1

Retired Engine 66

Retired Engine 66

1960 International

January 1

Retired Tanker

Retired Tanker

Retired Tanker

1960 Army 6X6

1932
January 1

Engine 3617

Engine 3617

1932 Chevrolet/Buffalo

Mendon’s first piece of motorized equipment.
Currently owned by the Mendon Fire Dept