DFPC Federal Excess Personal Property Engines

The Federal Excess Personal Property (FEPP) program refers to Forest Service-owned property that is on loan to State Foresters for the purpose of wildland and rural firefighting. Most of the property originally belonged to the Department of Defense (DoD). Once acquired by the Forest Service, it is loaned to state cooperators for fire fighting purposes. The purpose of the FEPP is to improve wildland and rural firefighting programs within local governments. Below are FEPP engines located across the state provided by the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control.

FREMONT COUNTY BRUSH 1

James Gillum Photo ©

AM General 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service Type IV with a 250 GPM Darley pump, 1,000-gallon tank, and 20-gallon foam cell. Former U.S. Military.

MOFFAT CO. SHERIFF ENGINE 425

Photo Courtesy of Craig Fire Rescue

AM General 6×6 / Colorado Department of Public Safety (DFPC) with a 250 GPM pump, 850-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell

MOFFAT CO. SHERIFF ENGINE 426

Photo Courtesy of Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control

1998 Stewart & Stevenson M1088 6×6 / Colorado Department of Public Safety (DFPC) with a 300 GPM Darley pump and 850-gallon water tank.

HOTCHKISS ENGINE 7

Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

1998 Stewart and Stevenson MTV M-1088 6×6 / Colorado Department of Public Safety (Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control) with a 250 GPM Darley pump, 850-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell.

CAMPO ENGINE 14

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AM General 6×6 / Colorado Department of Public Safety FEPP Type IV with a 250 GPM Darley pump and 850-gallon tank. Former U.S. Military.

MEEKER ENGINE 528

Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

1985 Chevy Silverado 2500 4×4 / Colorado Department of Public Safety FEPP Type VI with a 100 GPM Darley pump and 300-gallon tank. Loaned through the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control as part of the Federal Excess Personal Property (FEPP) program.

MEEKER ENGINE 529

Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

1998 Stewart and Stevenson M1088 6×6 / Colorado Department of Public Safety FEPP Type IV with a 250 GPM Darley pump and 850-gallon tank. Former U.S. Military. Loaned through the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control as part of the Federal Excess Personal Property (FEPP) program.

GLADE PARK ENGINE 71

Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

1967 Kaiser AM General 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service Federal Excess Personal Property with a 300 GPM pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell.

CHAFFEE COUNTY FORESTRY 1

Photo Courtesy of Chaffee County Fire Protection District

1993 Kaiser AM General 6×6 / Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control (Colorado Department of Public Safety) Federal Excess Personal Property with a 300 GPM pump, 850-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell.

KIOWA COUNTY – BRUSH

Photo Courtesy of Kiowa County Fire District

(Brush) 1954 AM General 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service with a 300 GPM pump and 1,000-gallon water tank.

OAK CREEK BRUSH 8-17

Photo courtesy Oak Creek Fire Protection District

(1013) 1966 AM General 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service with a 300 GPM pump and 1,000-gallon water tank.

MERINO SQUAD 22

Hunter Evans Photo ©

1969 AM General 6×6 / Colorado DFPC with a 300 gpm pump, 850-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell.

 

Historical Photos

TANKER 1

Rick Davis Photo ©

AM General 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service

CARBONDALE TENDER 1

Dennis Maag Photo ©

(Pumper-Tanker) 1954 AM General M35A2C 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service (Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control) Federal Excess Personal Property with a 300 GPM pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, and 15-gallon foam cell.

Dennis Maag Photo ©

Dennis Maag Photo ©

ELBERT BRUSH 30

Rick Luebke Photo ©

1971 AM General 6×6 250 GPM pump and 1000 gallon water tank (Colorado State Forest Service), also ran as Brush 230 and became Brush 232.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

CARBONDALE TANKER 1

Shaun Ryan Photo ©

(Pumper-Tanker) 1970 AM General M35A2C 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service (Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control) Federal Excess Personal Property with a 300 GPM pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell.

James Gillum Photo ©

AGATE ENGINE 154

Rick Luebke Photo ©

(Pumper-Tanker) 1970 AM General M35A2C 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service (Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control) Federal Excess Personal Property with a 300 GPM pump, 1,500-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

INDIAN HILLS TENDER 372

Rick Luebke Photo ©

AM General M35A2C 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service (Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control) Federal Excess Personal Property with a 300 GPM pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell.

COLORADO RIVER BRUSH 63

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1967 Kaiser AM General 6×6 / Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control (Colorado Department of Public Safety) Federal Excess Personal Property with a 350 GPM pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, and 15-gallon foam cell.

CREEDE WILDLAND ENGINE 1

Eric Hurst Photo ©

(F6) AM General 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service with a 300 GPM pump and 1,000-gallon water tank.

LITTLETON BRUSH 10 / ENGINE 741

Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

2003 International 7400 4×4 / Colorado State Forest Service (DFPC) witha 350 GPM pump, 850-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell. This engine was stationed at Littleton Fire Rescue Station 18 as Brush 10. Former Colorado State Forest Service Engine 841 and became Engine 4321.

FOUR MILE TENDER 4641

Rick Luebke Photo ©

AM General 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service Type IV with a 250 GPM Darley pump, 1,000-gallon tank, and 20-gallon foam cell. Former U.S. Military.

TENDER 81

Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

1971 AM General 6×6 / Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control (Colorado Department of Public Safety) Federal Excess Personal Property with a 300 GPM pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, and 15-gallon foam cell. Became Brush 84.

HOTCHKISS ENGINE 7

Photo courtesy of Hotchkiss Fire District

AM General 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service Type 4 with a 200 GPM pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell with a 1600-gallon portable tank