Current Apparatus

Engine 72

Engine 72 “The War Wagon” is first out on all Structure fires and carries 6 personnel.

Year : 1996
Model : Pierce Dash

Rescue Engine 74

Rescue Engine 74 “The Squad Co.” was the First Heavy Duty Rescue Engine in Frederick County. It is classifed as both a Engine and Rescue Squad in Frederick County as well as in surrounding jurisdictions. The Squad is due on Boxes as either a Engine or Squad, depending upon the area and call type and carries 8 personnel.

Year : 2003
Model : Pierce Lance w/HDR Body

Tanker 7

Tanker 7 is a 3000 Gallon Dry-side Tanker that responds second out on all non-hydrant Structure fires.

Year : 2009
Model : Pierce / Mack

Brush 75

Brush 75 “The Brat” was purchased from Firematic, Inc from Long Island NY. Brush 75 is first out on all Brush/Outside type fires, and is the primary Brush unit on Wildland Team responses.

Year : 2008
Model : Ford F350/Firematic BRAT Brush Response Unit

Ambulance 78

Ambulance 78 is a Basic Life Support Ambulance and carries the normal BLS equipment.

Year : 2017
Model : Ford 3500

Ambulance 79

Ambulance 79 is a Basic Life Support Ambulance and carries the normal BLS equipment.

Year : 2015
Model : Dodge RAM 4500 4×4 / Horton Box (FESCO)

Chief 7

Serves as the Fire Chief’s Buggy and is the primary command vehicle.

Year : 2015
Make : Chevrolet Tahoe/ICS conversion with multiple radios and rear command box

Duty 7

Serves as the secondary Command Buggy for qualified Officers

Year : 2013
Model : Ford Explorer AWD Police Interceptor 4dr SUV

Utility 7

Utility 7 has seating for 5. This unit carries EMS equipment and is used for incidents, fund raising and continuing education.

Year : 2021
Model : Chevy 3500 HD/With snow plow and utility cap

Wildland Trailer

Carries equipment for Wildland/Brush fires including ATV 7. Is part of the Frederick County Wildland Response Team. Station 7 is home to the Team and all Wildland responses are handled by those members from MVFC and FC Wildland Team.

Year : 2004
Model : Danzer trailer