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Protecting Our Airports

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10 - More Crash Trucks
Across USA


About Airport


1960s International - Former New Bedford Airport crash truck

 

Worcester Regional Airport (ORH),
Worcester, MA

About Airport


Worcester, MA Regional Airport - Photo Mike Boynton


Worcester Airport Engine 1 - Mike Boynton photo
1976 Oshkosh M1500
1500 gals / 180 AFFF


Worcester Airport Engine 2 - Mike Boynton photo
1986 Oshkosh T1500
1585 gals / 250 AFFF / 700 lbs PKP


Charleston, South Carolina
Air Force Base & International Airport


Charleston, SC Crash Station
1980s


Oshkosh P-15
One of the largest crash trucks
6,000 gallons water, 600 gals AFFF
(2) 1500 gpm pumps, 2 turrets rated at 1250 gpm each













Engine 10 at Charleston, SC


Charleston, SC Truck 16
Oshkosh P4

 

Atlanta - Hartsfield International Airport
Atlanta, GA


Atlanta


One of ARFF Stations at Atlanta International - Photo April 15, 2006


Atlanta airport April 15, 2006




One of the New York / New Jersey Port Authority
Police-Emergency crash trucks
These serve the airports in the city


Emergency One


Boeing Aircraft Plant in Seattle, Washington area


Boeing

 


Oshkosh P19 crash truck in Washington, DC


P-19

 

 

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