1321 is our front line engine, with a 1500 GPM pump and 980 gallons of water, with 20 gallons of foam. This unit has a set of hydraulic extrication equipment as well.
A 1000 GPM Engine that was a KME from 1990. This is currently the second out engine from station #1.
a 79 foot ladder truck that was built for us in 2012 by KME.
a 1994 KME Tender that carries 3000 gallons of water with a 750 GPM pump. It has two 3000 gallon dump tanks that are utilized in rural fire suppression of non-hydranted areas.
These are GMC 1 ton pickup trucks that serve as medical response vehicles, manpower transport and tow vehicles for 1351, 1352, 1353, and 1354.
These trucks are built specifically for wildland and brush/grass fires. They are all built on 1985 5 1/4 ton Chevy chassis that are military surplus, that we are able to receive through the Michigan DNR. They can also tow the water rescue apparatus.
1310 is a KME mini pumper on a Ford Chassis. This is the vehicle that is driven by the duty person and is equipped to handle 95% of the emergencies we face. It has suppression capability as well as the tools for vehicle extrication and a full compliment of medical supplies.
We have two Honda personal watercraft, that are utilized for emergencies on the water. The one pictured is from Station 2, and has a rescue sled that attaches to the rear.
1353 is a Neoteric Hovercraft and is transported inside 1354, a water and ice rescue trailer. 1354 also includes a multitude of water and ice rescue equipment and offers a staging and rehab area for rescuers.