NAS Jax Brush 107
Photo by Chris DilleyBrush 107 with the Blue Angels C-130J Fat Albert during the 2022 NAS Jax airshow
Photo by Chris DilleyBrush 107 with the Blue Angels during the 2022 NAS Jax Airshow
Photo by Chris DilleyBrush 107 with the VP demonstration of the P-3 and P-8 during the 2022 NAS Jax airshow
First Coast Navy Fire and Emergency Services operates a 2012 Ford F-550 4x4 as Brush 107 at Naval Air Station Jacksonville. This vehicle is set up for wildland firefighting, however it’s main mission for FCNFES is Airfield Command and used for all aircraft emergency responses. Brush 107 is configured with an Ultra High Pressure (UHP) pump capable of 1200 psi @20gpm using a ¾” hose and a pistol grip nozzle capable of fog and straight stream patterns with Class A and Class B foams. Additional equipment includes a Warn X9000i winch mounted to the front bumper, multiple chainsaws, cutting chaps, shovels, flapper paddles, pike poles, axes, aircraft pins and an SCBA for the driver.