Code 3 Denver E-One Titan Crash Truck (12171)
Release: June 2001
Edition Quantity: 3,000
The fire department at Denver International Airport in Denver Colorado
protects 56 square miles and maintains four fire stations staffed with 98
firefighters and officers. All personnel are employed and trained by the Denver
This facility is a combined station providing ARFF (Aircraft Rescue Fire
Fighting) and Structural equipment. Housing two companies composed of six ARFF
firefighters and six structural firefighters. The ARFF vehicles consist of one
1,500 gallon 1993 Oshkosh with a snozzle, one 3,000 gallon Emergency One 8x8,
and one 3,000 gallon 1993 Oshkosh. The structural fire fighting equipment is
compromised of a 100 foot Seagrave aerial platform, a 200 gallon Hummer all
terrain vehicle, a 3,000 gallon 1985 Oshkosh reserve, a 1996 24 foot tractor
trailer heavy rescue, a 1993 Chevrolet Lagrange pumper specially built for
tunnel and parking garage access.
Is a structural company with six firefighters. It's equipped with a 1999
Suburban for the assistant chief, a 1993 Chevrolet Lagrange Mini Pumper and a
1,250 GPM 1993 Seagrave engine.
Is staffed with six ARFF firefighters and houses one 1997 Emergency One 3,000
gallon 8x8, one 1998 Oshkosh 3,170 gallon truck, one 2000 Emergency One with
3,000 gallons, one reserve 1993 GMC RIV (Rapid Intervention Vehicle) and a 1988
Is manned by two firefighters and equipped with one 1997 Emergency One 3,000
gallon 8x8, and one 1987 Oshkosh 1,500 gallon reserve.