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National Guard tribute engine for Clay County Fire Rescue

By CHRIS DILLEY, Senior Correspondent | October 20, 2020 | FLORIDA

Story No. 102020115

Clay County Fire Rescue recently wrapped Engine 25 with a National Guard themed design. Engine 25 is stationed at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center, which is a military training base for the Florida National Guard. On the left side of the apparatus there is a F-15 Eagle that is operated by the Florida Air National Guard. The right side of the apparatus features a UH-60 Blackhawk, which is one of three helicopter types operated by the Florida Army National Guard. Engine 25 is a 2018 Pierce/Freightliner commercial cab engine with a 1500-GPM pump, 750-gallon water tank, 3 midship pre-connects, 2 midship booster reels, 1 jump line on the front bumper and another pre-connect in the hosebed.

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