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The Massachusetts Military Reservation Fire Department was Established in 2008......Previously known as the Otis Fire Department, it was originally established around 1941..........................MMR FD is a career civilian fire department protecting Joint Base Cape Cod, including Otis Air Field, the Massachusetts Military Reservation, USCG Air Station Cape Cod, and the Air National Guard 102nd Intelligence Wing with structural and ARFF apparatus...........................MMR FD operates from 1 fire station staffed 24 hours a day........................MMR FD responded to approximately 804 incidents in 2013........................

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Massachusetts Military Reservation
Fire Department
Building 3132, 3132 Richardson Rd
Joint Base Cape Cod, MA  02542
Department
Stations
Apparatus
Sta.Appar
Personnel
Radio
Run Cards
History
News
Community
Emergency 911
Emergency 508-968-7900
Business     508-968-7900
FAX            508-968-7990
Dispatch     508-968-7998
Radio          800 only 114.8
800 Talk     37904
Fire Alarm  MMR Fire
Dispatched by BSO

Chief  Walter Stecchi             (2007)

Joint Base Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Barnstable County
Upper Cape Cod Region

Otis FD Established 1941
MMR Fire Dept Est. 2008
1 Fire Station     22 Apparatus
41 Personnel  41 Career  0 Call
 Apparatus 400-429

Area             31.25 Square Miles
Population    5,000
Density        160 per sq mile

Fire            xxx
EMS          xxx
Total          804
    
(2013 stats)

Sta.1
Sta.3    Sta.4

2 Engines
1 Ladder
3 ARFF
2 Brush
1 Tanker
1 Amb*
1 H Res
1 Squad
4 Cars
6 Misc
 

   MMR Fire Department Website

Total Personnel: 41

Career Personnel: 41
(1) Fire Chief
(1) Deputy Chief
(4) Captains,
(8) Lieutenants,
(24) Firefighters,
(1) Asst Chief Fire Prev/Tech Services,
(1) Fire Prev/Tech Services.

Including:
(0) Paramedics,
(0) EMT-I,
(x) EMTs,
(   ) First Responders

IAFF: Local S-28. Personnel are Civilian
EMS Provided by USCG personnel.

Staffing:
There are now (4) groups of (9) personnel with a minimum of (9) working per shift.
The work schedule is a 24 hour/day schedule from 0730--0730.
Personnel with a 42 hour week averaged over 8 days with a (1) on, (2) off, (1) on, and (4) off schedule (1-2-1-4) as of August 2011. This is the result of the first contract agreed to as the Massachusetts Military Reservation fire department.

Note: Prior to Aug 2011, there were only (2) groups of personnel with a minimum of 16 working. Personnel were assigned to either A or B shift and typically worked (2) 24 hour shifts (48 hours) on, (2) 24 hour shifts (48 hours( off, (2) 24 hour shifts (48 hours) on, and (3) 24 hour shifts (72 hours) off. This replaced a 24 on, 24 off schedule with Kelly days in use up until 2007.

Dispatch by:
Barnstable Sheriff's Department dispatchers. Dispatch center is at the MMR Fire Headquarters.
Working (8) hour shifts.
 
Stations:
Station staffing is as follows: (9) Station 1
The minimum staffing is (9) Station 1
Station 1 staffing is (1) Captain, (2) Lieutenants, (6) FFs 

Officers:
Fire Chief Walter Stecchi (Car 401) 2007
Deputy Chief Paul Bethoney (Car 402)  2011
Group A: Captain Todd Beaulieu         Lt. Mike Perry             Lt. Scott Chicoine
Group B: Captain Michael Ayotte        Lt. Dennis Ragazzini    Lt. Jason Orlowski
Group C: Captain Jackson Emery         Lt. Eric Weston            Lt. Schaun Dion
Group D: Captain Ronald Densmore    Lt. Kevin St.John         Lt. Brett Childs

Fire Inspector Phil Motta

Call Personnel:0

Updated 01/30/14

POLICE & SECURITY

The Massachusetts State Police
are responsible for most of the civilian areas on base.

Mass State Police
Bourne Barracks, Troop D7
Emergency 911   Emergency 508-759-4488
Business  508-759-4488   Fax  508-759-2221
 

Joint Base Cape Cod
DOD Security

 
 

 

 


Massachusetts Military Reservation Information

Joint Base Cape Cod
The Massachusetts Military Reservation,
formerly known as Otis Air National Guard Base,
Otis Air Force Base, and Camp Edwards.
Located within towns of Bourne, Sandwich, Mashpee, and Falmouth
Otis AFB Established approximately 1941

  Joint Base Cape Cod Website 

 

Massachusetts Municipal Association

City/Town Name: Joint Base Cape Cod,
Massachusetts Military Reservation
Community Profiles:
City/Town Hall Address:  
City/Town: Bourne, Sandwich, Mashpee, Falmouth 
State: MA
Zip Code: 02542
Business Hours:  
County: Barnstable
World Wide Web Address:
Area Code: 508
Main Telephone:  
Main Fax:  
TTY/TDD:
Police Department: 508-759-4488  MSP 
Fire Department: 508-968-7900
Public Works:  
Planning:  
Schools:  
Library:  
Town Clerk:  
City Council:
Board of Selectmen:  
City Clerk:

MMA Community Profile

Added Jan 6, 2002
Updated January 30, 2014

 


Fire Department History

Early MMR
The Massachusetts Military Reservation was first established in 1935. A small fire brigade was established in that era. In 1938 the reservation was named Camp Edwards. It had a small air strip at that point that became known as Otis Field. In 1940, with WWII, the Federal Government leased the base from Massachusetts. The base grew tremendously including the construction of 7000 foot paved runways. During construction, fire protection was provided by the private contractor doing the work.

Camp Edwards 1941
The Camp Edwards Fire Department was established by the Army in 1941. The fire department built several fire stations to protect the thousands of troops that were stationed here on Cape Cod.

Fire Stations
Station 1 (headquarters) was located on the rotary at Connery Ave on the NW corner of the approximately 1 mile x 1 mile cantonment area.
Station 2 was built on South Outer Road at the SW corner of the cantonment area.
Station 3 was built on South Outer Road at the SE corner of the cantonment area near the road to the Falmouth Gate.
Station 4 was built outside the cantonment area on East Hospital Road to protect the sizable hospital on base.
A fifth station, the "Crash Station" was built on the flightline at the NE corner of the cantonment area. The US Navy operated fire protection initially at the Crash Station.

Otis Air Force Base 1949
With the establishment of the Air Force in 1949 came the establishment of the Otis Air Force Base Fire Department. At that time, active duty Air Force personnel operated from the crash station and station 3, while an all civilian US Army Camp Edwards Fire Department operated from Stations 1, 2, and 4.  In 1955 the two departments were merged into the Otis Air Force Base Fire Department which continued to operate with a combination of military and civilian personnel.

New Crash Station 1960
In 1960, the Air Force built a new combination Crash & Structural Station on Reilly Street near the control tower, across the air field from the original crash station. At that time, headquarters was moved to the new station. The original Station 1 continued to operate as a structural station. The original Station 2 was closed and the old crash station was utilized by fire prevention and fire extinguishers shop.

JFK Presidency 1960-1963
The base fire department played a very active role in protecting President Kennedy when he made frequent trips to Cape Cod and Hyannisport from 1960-1963. Otis personnel and apparatus would be relocated to Hyannisport as the President would leave Air Force One at Otis and fly in the Marine One helicopter to Hyannisport. Apparatus would be housed in the Hyannis Fire Station sometimes for days while JFK was in town.

Bomarc
Another small fire department and station was created in 1960 at a Bomarc missile defense site north of the cantonment area at the base for a period of time.

Largest SAC Base
During the 1960s, at the height of the Cold War, Otis AFB was the largest Air Defense Command base in the world with over 7,000 military personnel assigned and over 12,000 dependants living on base. It was a very busy base at that time. In 1970, the USCG Air Station Cape Cod was established on base.

The 1970s ANGB
By the 1970s the missions of the base had wound down considerably. The old Station 1 was closed, as was the Bomarc department. By the end of 1973 the Air Force officially deactivated Otis AFB. The Massachusetts Air National Guard took over management of the base by the late 1970s. The base officially became Otis Air National Guard base in 1980. By that time operations were from the Crash Station and Station 4 with the other facilities being shut down.

NASA Shuttle
Interestingly, during the NASA Shuttle years, Otis was one of the primary emergency landing strips for the Space Shuttle. Each time there was a launch, OTIS FD personnel would position ARFF equipment adjacent to runways until the shuttle was safely in orbit.

County Apparatus Numbering
In 1998, apparatus at the base, previously numbered with traditional base vehicle numbers (Truck 3, Engine 4, Rescue 11, etc) was renumbered with Barnstable County fire radio numbers in the 400s range.

September 11, 2001
On September 11, 2001, F-15 fighters from Otis played a significant role in responding to the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City.

New Fire Headquarters 2007
In 2005 construction began on a new fire headquarters station at the end of Richardson Road, once again across the runway from the previous crash station, and actually close to where the original crash station had been. This $13 million, 40,000 square foot modern fire station opened in 2007 and allowed for the closing of the second station on East Hospital Road. The entire base now being protected from a single station for the first time since it was built.

Barnstable County Communications Center 2007
The Barnstable Sheriff's Department and the Otis Fire Department had come to an agreement that space within the new fire station would become the new BSO Communications Center, allowing operations to leave their outgrown space in old Barnstable village "radio shack." The move took place on July 11, 2007 with the Comm Center actually going online before the fire department moved into the new station on August 22, 2007. Otis personnel dispatched Otis FD along side BSO dispatchers for the first several months with BSO dispatchers taking over in December 2007. The BSO dispatches for 10 of the Cape's fire departments as of 2013. 

Base Mission Change 2008
Unfortunately, shortly after the station opened, the 102nd Fighter Wing with their F-15s and their mission of protecting the Northeast of the USA was relocated to Barnes ANGB in Westfield, Massachusetts. The once very busy airfield was no longer busy. The USCG Air Station Cape Cod took over airfield operations.

MMR Fire Department 2008
The Otis Air Force Base Fire Department was disbanded on September 28, 2008 and the Massachusetts Military Reservation Fire Department was established by the Commonwealth to provide fire protection for the area within the reservation.

Over the years, particularly when the base was most active, the department operated many pieces of apparatus and had a rather large number of personnel. Fires and aircraft incidents were frequent events. Large forest fires were common in the many wooded acres of the base and mutual aid agreements between the base and area fire departments led to a great deal of cooperation between the various agencies.

The Fire Department today operates a variety of ARFF, structural, and brush apparatus although with a much smaller compliment of personnel. The fire department responds along with a USCG clinic ambulance to EMS calls on the base.
 

Past Fire Chiefs
1940-1941..... Chief Clarence Gibbs (Walsh Construction Co. FD)
1941-1940s.... Chief Elmer H James (Camp Edwards FD)
1940s-1955.... Chief George Lee (Camp Edwards FD)
1955-1972...... Chief George Cahoon (Otis AFB FD)
1972-1982...... Chief Calvin Hitchcock (Otis AFB FD / Otis FD)
1982-1984...... Chief Ray Porter (Otis FD)
1985-1986...... Chief Charles Bown (Otis FD)
1986-1989...... Chief Andrew Backman (Otis FD)
1991-1997...... Chief Robert Shultz (Otis FD)
1997-2007...... Chief Del "Tim" Stephenson (Otis FD)
2007-present... Chief Walter Stecchi (Otis FD / MMR FD)

 

Fires and Incidents
1986 - Mar 31 - A huge forest fire burned approximately 2,000 acres in a two mile long area near south of the "impact area" in the base training area.  Flames over 100' high were battled by some 200 firefighters from 14 towns using some 30 brush breakers and support apparatus.
1986 - April 20 - 700 acres were burned in the second major fire in a month, occuring north of the impact area.  17 brush breakers and military helicopters fought the fire over 24 hours.
1988 - April 22 - Another major forest fire in the area of the PAVE PAWS military radar site burned about 1600 acres.

 

Early 1980's Apparatus Roster
Crash Station
Chief 1             Car 11     Otis Fire Chief Raymond Porter
Chief 2                             Otis Deputy Chief
Engine 6           Eng 6       1982 Ford C / FTI 750/500 Pumper (yellow)
Truck 2                             1975 Oshkosh 6x6 P-4 1200/1500/180 Crash Truck (red)
Truck 3                             1982 Quality 8x8 P-2 1400/2300/200 Crash Truck (yellow)
Truck 5                             1976 Oshkosh 6x6 P-4 1200/1500/180 Crash Truck (red)
Truck 8             Truck 8    1968 Kaiser Mil 6x6 500/1500 Brush Breaker (red)
Truck 12                           1974 Dodge Pickup Ramp Truck (yellow)
Truck 13                           1980 GMC Tractor Trailer 1000/5000/800 Tanker (yellow)
Truck 14                           1974 Dodge Pickup Ramp Truck (yellow)
Rescue 11                         1974 Dodge Club Cab Rescue Truck (Jaws) (yellow)

Station 4 - East Hospital Road
Engine 4                           1968 Ford CO / Ward LaFrance 500/500 Pumper (red)
Engine 7           Eng 7       1974 Ford C / Ward LaFrance 750/300 Pumper (red)
Truck 9            Truck 9    1972 Kaiser Mil 6x6 500/1000 Brush Breaker (yellow)

 

1992 Apparatus Roster
Station 1 - Crash Station
Chief 1             Car 11     1985 Chevy Suburban Fire Chief Robert Shultz (blue)
Chief 2             Car 10     1986 Jeep Cherokee 4x4 Deputy Chief (lime)
Engine 7           Eng 7       1991 KME 4x4 P-24 1000/600/55 Pumper (lime)
Truck 2            Truck 2     1975 Oshkosh 6x6 P-4 1200/1500/180 Crash Truck (red)
Truck 3            Truck 3     1982 Quality 8x8 P-2 1400/2300/200 Crash Truck (lime)
Truck 5            Truck 5     1986 Oshkosh 4x4 P-19 1000/1000/180 Crash truck (lime)
Breaker 8         Brker 8     1968 Kaiser Mil 6x6 250/1500 Brush Breaker (lime)
Rescue 11        Res 11      1989 GMC / Landoll Rescue Truck (Jaws) (lime)
Truck 12          Truck 12   1977 Dodge Pickup Ramp Truck (lime)
Tanker 13        Tanker 13  1968 Gibson / 1980 1000/5000/800 Tractor Trailer Tanker  (lime)
Truck 14          Truck 14    1987 International / KME 500/2000 Tanker
Truck 15          Truck 15    1975 Oshkosh 6x6 P-4 1200/1500/180 Crash Truck (red)
Truck 18          Truck 18    1980 Dodge Pickup Ramp Truck (lime)
Car 20              Car 20       1985 Dodge Pickup Truck (blue)

Station 4 - East Hospital Road
Engine 4           Eng 4         1982 Ford CF / FTI 750/300/55 Pumper (lime)
Engine 6           Eng 6         1974 Ford CO / Ward LaFrance 750/300 Pumper (lime)
Breaker 9         Brker 9       1972 AM Gen 6x6 / T Young 250/1500 Brush Breaker (lime)
Ice Boat                               Ice sled     

USCG Clinic
Rescue 310      Res 310      1986 Ford Type I Ambulance (EMS 310) (white/orange)
Rescue 311      Res 311      1986 Ford Type I Ambulance (EMS 311) (white/orange)
 
 

Incident History
Year                Fire               EMS              Total
1950
1960
1970
1975
1980                410                    0                 410
1985               
1990             1,143                    0              1,143
1992                951                  46                 997
1993             1,129                 119             1,248
1994             1,347                 130             1,477
1995       
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000                                                            886
2001                                                            805
2002               903                                       903
2003                                                            880
2004                                                            867
2005                                                            793
2006                                                            796
2007                                                            739
2008                                                            863
2009                                                            955
2010                                                            859
2011                                                            893
2012                                                            812
2013                                                            804

 

 

 


MMR Radio

MMR Fire Radio Call Sign...............MMR Fire
MMR Dispatch ID.............................MMR Fire Alarm
MMR Fire 800 Talkgroup.................37904
MMR no longer simulcasts................
MMR Radio Test..............................0730 Roll Call
MMR Apparatus Numbers................400-438
Dispatched by...................................Barnstable Sheriff's Dept Dispatchers 12/07

Otis Fire Radio Call Sign..................Otis Fire................."Otis Fire"
Otis Dispatch ID................................Otis Fire Alarm
Otis Fire Frequency...........................173.5875 Mhz........PL  NO LONGER
Otis Fire Frequency (2).....................173.5625 Mhz........PL  NO LONGER
Otis Fire Freq (3) Disaster Prep........165.0125 Mhz........PL  NO LONGER
Otis Fire Freq (4) Disaster Prep........150.315 Mhz..........PL   NO LONGER
Otis County Frequency.......................33.70 Mhz...............PL 114.8
Otis Fire 800 Talkgroup....................37904.....................Simulcast
Otis Radio Tone Test........................0730 Hours
Otis Apparatus Numbers..................400-439
Dispatched by................................. Barnstable County Dispatchers 12/07

Otis USCG Ambulance.....................171.3375.................PL
Otis ANG Army Medical.................149.205....................PL

Otis Police Radio Call Sign..............KEL 364................County Callsign
Otis Police Dispatch ID...................(State)         ........... State Police D7
Otis Police Frequency.....................163.5375 Mhz.........DOD Police
Otis Police Old Freq.......................163.5375 Mhz.........Old Police Freq
Otis Police County Freq..................155.565 Mhz.......... Old Ch.1
Otis Police 800 Trunk Group...........34000......................State Police D7
Otis Police 800 County Group.........36496......................County Talkgroup
Otis Police Unit IDs........................."L" Cars

Otis USCG Air Station Cape Cod....164.550 Mhz.........USCG Search Air F1
Otis USCG Air Station Cape Cod....166.225 Mhz.........USCG Search Air F2
Otis USCG Air Station Cape Cod....371.700 Mhz.........USCG Search Air F3
Marine Ch.16 Emergency Calling......156.800 Mhz.........Primary Emergency Calling
Otis ANGB Tower ..........................121.000 Mhz.........Air Control
Otis ANGB Tower...........................118.200 Mhz.........Cape Approach

 


Otis Station Apparatus Assignments

Station 1........Otis Crash Station
Engine 407......1994 (2011) KME CF 1250/750 Pumper (lime/white)
Engine 410......2006 American LaFrance Eagle 2000/750 Pumper Jaws  (red/white)
Ladder 406......1994 (2011) Pierce Arrow 1250/500 55' Telesquirt
Foam 403........1994 (2012) Teledyne P-23 8x8 2000/3300/500  Crash Truck (red/white) 
Foam 404........1987 (2012) Oshkosh P-19 4x4 1000/1000/180 Crash Truck (red/white) 
Foam 405........1993 (2012) E-One Titan 4x4 1500/1500/200 Crash Truck (red)
Breaker 408....1983 (1995) AM General Military 5 ton 6x6  300/950 Brush Breaker (red)
Breaker 409....1976 (1995) Gibson Military 5 ton 6x6  300/950 Brush Breaker (red)
Tanker 414......1987 International / KME 500/2000 Tanker (lime)
Rescue 411......2000 (2012) Sterling / Hackney Heavy Rescue Truck   (red)
Squad 415.......2007 Ford F450 /American LaFrance 250/250 Mini Pumper (red/white)
Car 401...........2012 Chevy Tahoe 4x4 SUV Fire Chief Vehicle  (tan)
Car 402...........2012 Chevy Tahoe SUV Deputy Command vehicle (white)
Car 412...........2005 Chevy 4x4 xcab Pickup (blue)
Car 422...........2005 Ford F150 Pickup Truck Fire Prev
Car 425...........2004 Kawasaki Mule Fire Prev
Haz 413..........2006 Kristi Hazardous Materials Trailer (red)
Foam 416........2000 1000 gallon Foam Trailer
Rehab 417.......2000 Wells Cargo RehabTrailer
Haz 418...........1989 Wells Cargo Spill Containment Trailer
Tech 419......... 2006 Kristi Technical Rescue Trailer (blue)
Air....................Air Supply Trailer

MA Army National Guard 179th & 180th Engineers
179-FF 01...... 2007 Hummer
179-FF 02 ......2007 Oshkosh / Pierce 8x8 1000/1000/30A/60B TFFT
179-FF 04.......2010 Oshkosh / Pierce 8x8 500/2500 Tender HEWATT

180-FF 01.......2007 Hummer
180-FF 02 ......2007 Oshkosh / Pierce 8x8 1000/1000/30A/60B TFFT
180-FF 05.......2010 Oshkosh / Pierce 8x8 500/2500 Tender HEWATT


 

USCG
Ambulance 424......2008 Ford E450 / Road Rescue Type III Ambulance  (EMS 322)

01/30/14

 

 


The Sample Run Cards
(As listed at BCC 1-16-2002)

 

 
DIST 1 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST C402-E406-E407-R411 / FM403-FM404-FM405   OT1-E355  OT2-E124  PO-E125 
WF     OR-E64  OR-R182  EH-E185
2ND E355-E124-LT450-C371-C229-EMS   OT1-E23  OT2-E453  NF-E24  FO-E263
3RD E23-E453-L26-C31-R361   OT1-E263  OT2-E125  PO-E122  FO-E451  SA-E452 ES-ET296
4TH E263-E125-C441-L126      OT1-E25  OT2-E451  FO-E452  SA-E123  SG-PLE6       
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS    
BREAKERS    
FORESTRY    
TANKERS    
AMBS MA-SA-BO-FA-MA-CT-FA-SA-BO-CO  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 2 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST C402-E406-E407-H411   OT1-E355  OT2-E124  PO-E125
WF     OR-E64  OR-R182  EH-E185
2ND E124-E355-L126-C141-C229-EMS   OT-E23  OT2-E453  NF-E24  FO-E451  SA-E452  ES-ET296
3RD E453-E23-LT450-C371-MA AMB   OT-E25  OT2-E125  PO-E122
4TH E125-E25-ON L1   OT-E263  OT2-E451  SA-E123  SG-PL E6
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS L126-LT450-ON L1-L26      
BREAKERS B5-B6-B128-B463-B354-B15-B129-B353-B461-B16  
FORESTRY C4-ON F9-F317-F49-F108  
TANKERS ET352-T464-T18-ET296  
AMBS BO-MA-SA-FA-MA-BO-SA-FA-CT-CO  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 3 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST C402-E406-E407-H411-T414-B409   OT1-ET352  OT2-E124  PO-E125
WF      
2ND B408-ET352-E124-T464-C229-EMS   OT-E355  OT2-E453  MA-E25  FO-E451  SA-E452  ES-ET296
3RD ET296-T18    
4TH      
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS L126-LT450      
BREAKERS B5-B6-B128-B463-B354-B129-B15-B461-B353-B295-B267-B316  
FORESTRY C4-ON F149-F317-WA378-F49-F108  
TANKERS ET352-T464-ET296-T18  
AMBS BO-SA-MA-FA-BO-BO-SA-MA-FA-CT-CO  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 4 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST C402-E406-E407-H411-T414   OT1-E355  OT2-E124  PO-E125
WF      
2ND C441-E453-E124-LT450-C229-EMS   OT-E355  OT2-E125  SA-E452  ES-ET296 FO-E451 PO-E122
3RD T464-ET352-ET296    
4TH      
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS LT450-L297-L126       
BREAKERS B5-B6-B463-B128-B354-B461-B295-B129-B267-B15  
FORESTRY C4-F317-ON149-F49-F108-F240-F67  
TANKERS T464-ET352-ET296-T18  
AMBS SA-MA-B0-FA-SA-MA-CT-BO-FA-CO  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 5 STRUCTURE - PAVE PAWS   COVERAGE
1ST C402-E406-E123-E121-L126-C142     
WF      
2ND E407-T414-LT450-SA AMB-C141-C229-EMS    OT-E355  OT2-E23  SG-E125  BB-E122  NF-E24
3RD E125-E451-C441-T464-ET352-ET296   SG-PL E6  SA-E453  FO-E452  ES-ET296        
4TH      
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS  L126-LT450-L297      
BREAKERS B128-B5-B6-B461-B129-B295-B354-B463-B353-B462  
FORESTRY C4-ON149-F317-WA378-F49-F108-F240  
TANKERS T 464-ET296-ET352-PLYM  
AMBS BO-SA-BO-SA-WB-MA-FA-MA-CT-CO  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 6 STRUCTURE AIR STATION   COVERAGE
1ST C402-E406-E407-H411- /FM403-FM404-FM405   OS-E355  OT2-E124  PO-E125 
WF      
2ND E453-E124-LT450-C441-C229-EMS   OT-E355  OT2-E125  PO-E122  SA-E452 FO-E451  ES-ET296
3RD E355-E451-SA AMB    OT-E23  NF-E24  FO-ET296  
4TH            
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS LT450-L126-L297        
BREAKERS B463-B354-B461-B267-B128  
FORESTRY    
TANKERS  ET352-T464-ET296  
AMBS SA-MA-BO-CT-MA-SA-FA-BO-FA-CO  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 1 BRUSH   COVERAGE
1ST C402-B408-B409-T414-B5-B6    OT1-E4?  OT2-E124  PO-E125 
WF      
2ND B463-B353-B128-C31-FA AMB   MA-E263
3RD      
4TH      
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS    
BREAKERS    
FORESTRY    
TANKERS    
AMBS    
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 2 BRUSH   COVERAGE
1ST C402-B408-B409-T414-E406-B5-B6    OT1-       OT2-E124  PO-E125
WF      
2ND C141-B128-B463-B354-ET352-C229-EMS    
3RD B15-B129-B353-B461-T464-C371-BO AMB   BB-WA401  FO-B295  MA-E263  SA-B462|
PLYM TASK FORCE 2A STNDBY
4TH B16-B267-B295-B316-ET296-C441   WB-BT235  SG-PLYM TF2A
5TH PLYM TF2A TO SCENE      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS    
BREAKERS    
FORESTRY    
TANKERS    
AMBS    
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 3 BRUSH   COVERAGE
1ST C402-B408-B409-T414-E406-B5-B6    
WF      
2ND C141-B128-B463-B354-ET352-C229-EMS    
3RD B129-B15-B461-B353-T464-C441 BO AMB   BB-WA401  SA-B462  SG-B295  MA-E263 PLYM TASK FORCE 2A STNDBY
4TH B16-B295-B267-B316-ET296-C371    WB-BT235  SG-PLYM TF2A
5TH PLYM TF2A TO SCENE    
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS    
BREAKERS    
FORESTRY    
TANKERS    
AMBS    
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 4 BRUSH   COVERAGE
1ST C402-B408-B409-T414-B5-B6   OT1-E406  OT2-E124  PO-E125
WF      
2ND B463-B128-B354-ET352-C441-C229-EMS    
3RD B461-C141-B129-B353-B295-B267-T464-FA AMB   SA-B462  ES-ET296  MA-E263  PLYM TASK FORCE 2A STNDBY
4TH B15-B16-B316-ET296-C371   WB-B295  SG-PLYM TF2A
5TH PLYM TF2A TO SCENE    
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS    
BREAKERS    
FORESTRY    
TANKERS    
AMBS    
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 5 BRUSH   COVERAGE
1ST C402-B408-B409-T414-B5-B6   OT1-E406  OT2-E124  PO-E125
WF      
2ND C141-B128-B461-B129-T464-ET296-C229-EMS    SA-E463  
3RD C441-E463-B295-B354-ET352-BO AMB   SA-B462  BB-WA 401   
4TH B353-B15-B16-B267-PL T1    WB-B235  MA-B263 SG-PLYM TF2A
5TH PLYM TF2A TO SCENE    
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS    
BREAKERS    
FORESTRY    
TANKERS    
AMBS    
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

 

 
 
 

 

Note:  The run cards above are a partial listing provided for quick reference only.  Additional coverage assignments for other fire departments were left off for simplicity purposes.  These run cards are in effect as of the date posted with them.  It is interesting to use the run cards to track and compare the flow of apparatus to fires in various parts of town.  It is important to remember that these cards reflect resources available when they were written.  Additional apparatus, changes in station assignments, staffing issues, and individual department policies may have changed since these cards were written.  This may  have an effect on the actual apparatus response to incidents when they occur.