Denver Station 32 – DIA ARFF Station 2

Denver Station 32 – DIA ARFF Station 2

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Fire Station 32 – ARFF 2 located in the north central part of the airport grounds, opened on February 28, 1995.

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RED CHIEF

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(W-X-340) 2010 Chevy Tahoe 4×4

ENGINE 32

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Engine 32 (Z-F-041) 2012 Pierce Velocity (25594) 4×4 500 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump with 40 gallon of foam (Husky).

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MINI 32

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Mini 32 (Z-F-042) 2012 Ford F-550-SD 4×4 / Pierce (25840-3) 300 gallon water tank / 180 gpm pump (Darley) with 12 gallons of foam, also ran as Patrol 32. 

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STAIR 22

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Stair 22 (Z-F-030) 2007 Ford F-550 4×4 XLT Super Duty / Access Air stairway unit.

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Station 32 Historical Photos

RED CHIEF

Michael Block Photo ©

(W-X-106) GMC Jimmy 4×4.

RED CHIEF

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Red Chief (W-X-270) Chevy Tahoe 4×4.

ENGINE 32

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Engine 32 (F-16) 1993 Seagrave 4×4 750 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump, former Engine 31.

ENGINE 32

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(F-24) 2003 Pierce Dash (14461) 4×4 750 gallon water tank / 150o gpm pump with 40 gallons of foam, also ran as Engine 35 until the new 2015 Pierce Velocity engine went into service in 2015.

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Shown here as Reserve Engine 32.

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MINI 32

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Mini 32 (F-14) 1993 Chevy / Lagrange 300 gallon water tank / 150 gpm pump (CAFS).

MINI 32

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Mini 32 (F-8) 2000 Hummer 4×4 / 2001 HS-22 Danko. The unit was designed to travel through the parking garages and under ground baggage tunnels.

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