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127 is a 2008 Pierce pumper/tanker with a 1500gpm pump and a 1000 gallon tank.  This truck is used as the first out truck responding to structure fires, automobile fires, and automobile accidents.  This truck also has a 6,000 watt light tower and an onboard foam system.
Our 2008 Segraves pumper/tanker has a 1500gpm pump and a 1000 gal tank  This truck also has a  2000 gallon portable drop tank anda 6,000 watt light tower.  It is used as a second out truck to most incidents and first out to assist calls with other departments.
327 is a 1985 Chevrolet K2500 4W/D with a slide in nit in the bed with a 250 gallon tank and self-contained pump used on woods and brush fires as well as in incidents dealing with road obstructions.
The newest member of the ORVFD Fleet, this 2011 KME Pumper carries 3,000 gallons of water, a 3,000 gallon portable drop tank, 115 feet of ground ladders, and 4,000 feet of five inch supply line plus multiple fire attack lines.  This truck was placed in service on March 8, 2012.
727 is a 2009 Ford F-350 crew cab 4 W/D with a front mounted winch that we use as a utility vehicle to pull our Air trailer as well as our ATV.  This truck can be used as a back up for Squad 27.
927 is a 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe that is used to move personnel to and from incidents, training, and medical standby assignments.  This apparatus can be used as a command vehicle.
A grant from FEMA purchased this air trailer that can fill our SCBA bottles at the station or on the scene of an incident.  This unit also contains a portable light tower that can be used to provide incident scene lighting.
ATV 27 is a 2009 Kawasaki Mule 4-seater and 4w/d, also has a forestry slide in unit with a 100-gal tank to help with woods and brush fires. This vehicle can be used as a search and rescue unit to help bring patients out of the woods and generally used for medical standbys
This is a close-up view of the forrestry unit on ATV 27.
ATV 27
ATV Forrestry Unit
Air 27