Saturday, August 6th, 2022
The Abilene Fire Department held its Abilene Area Fire Control Conference 2022 on August 4-6, 2022, in conjunction with Texas Engineering Extension Service. They provided training and continuing educa...
Monday, August 1st, 2022
Congrats to Brad Butler and Lanham Bishop III for promoting to Lieutenant. Thank you and congrats.
Monday, June 6th, 2022
Congratulations to Richard "Pete" Bilbrey for his promotion to Assistant Chief. He contributes so much to the department, and the View Community. Thank you and congratulations.
Sunday, May 29th, 2022
Mesquite Heat Fire 10,960 acres 05/29/222 - now 100% containmentMay 17, 2022 a large fire started close to Coronado’s Camp with very high winds and rough terrain. The initial call for the fire w...
Apparatus
Brush 92
Brush 92
2012 Dodge 550
Brush 92 has a 500 gallon tank, two bumper nozzles, and a two man station behind the cab. It is equipped with an intercom system that allows firefighters the ability to communicate from any fire fighting position. Brush 92 is first out on all brush fires
Brush 94
Brush 94
2004 Military 5-Ton
Brush 94 has a 1,000 gallon tank, two bumper nozzles, and a two man station behind the cab. It is equipped with an intercom system that allows firefighters the ability to communicate from any fire fighting position. Brush 94 is second out on all brush fires and replaced a 1968 5-Ton. Brush 94 was refurbished by Steele Fire Apparatus in Haskell, Texas and delivered on January 5, 2015
Engine 90
Engine 90
1996 Freightliner
Engine is our second truck to roll on all structure fires, vehicle fires, and motor vehicle accidents. It seats five people and is equipped with a 1000gal tank and 1500gpm pump.
Engine 91
Engine 91
2008 Spartan
Engine 91 is our first truck out on all structure fires, all medicals, and all vehicle crashes. The truck is equipped with a 1000gal tank and 1500gpm pump. The truck carries all of our medical gear including an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED). It also carries a set of rescue equipment including the "Jaws of Life".
Tanker 93
Tanker 93
2005 Ford 750
Tanker 93 is our first truck out on all mutual aid structure fire calls. Tanker 93 is our second truck out on all structure fires in View. It holds 2000 gallons of water and has a 500gpm pump.
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