FHFC Apparatus


Monmouth County Fire Station 13-1 Equipment

VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM:

The Monmouth County Sheriff’s Department – Communications Division has created a unique vehicle identifying system that Fair Haven utilizes. All emergency services units within the County, have been assigned a specific vehicle identifier that allows one to know the town/agency that operates the unit and what type of specialized emergency service the vehicle is designed to perform. The vehicle numbers will consists of 4 to 5 digits: a 2-digit prefix indicating the Town/Agency; 1-digit indicating the Station number (only if more than one station in town); and a 2-digit suffix indicating the vehicle type. As an example, the prefix “13” is the Monmouth County radio identification number assigned to the Borough of Fair Haven and since fire engines have unit identification numbers that range from “72” to “84”, our fire engine is designated unit number “1372”. Here is the complete fire apparatus unit number listing:

66 Fire Chief
67-71 Ass’t Chiefs/Captains/Lieutenants
72-74 Fire Engine (Attack – Less than 1,500 gpm)
75-84 Fire Engine (Class A – 1,500 gpm or greater)
85-88 Fire Rescue/Utility/Air/Lights/Salvage
89-92 Fire Ladder/Tower
93-94 Fire Brush Truck
95-97 Fire Tanker Truck
98-99 Fire Support Unit (Fire Police, Special Services, Other)

1366 – 2010 Chevy Tahoe Fire Chief’s Truck

1366 – 2010 Chevy Tahoe Fire Chief’s Truck

1367 – 2006 Chevy Suburban Deputy Fire Chief’s Truck

1367 – 2006 Chevy Suburban Deputy Fire Chief’s Truck

1367 – 2006 Chevy Suburban Deputy Fire Chief’s Truck

1372 – 1975 Mack CF 1250 gpm Engine

1373 – 1982 Pierce Arrow 1500 gpm Engine

1374 – 1954 American LaFrance “Quad” Engine
(retired 2008)

1375 – 2007 Pierce Velocity 1500 gpm “Quad” Engine
1385 – 2002 Freightliner Air / Rescue Truck
1388 – 1994 Ford E-350 Water Rescue Truck