2011 Spartan Chassis with a Crimson 18 foot Rescue Body
Whelen LED lighting
Two Hurst Simo Hydraulic pumps connected to a total of four 100 foot pre connected hydraulic hose reels
35KW PTO generator
9000 Watt Light Tower
Additional 12 volt Whelen LED scene lighting and 3000 watt per side quartz halogen lights with removable 1000 watt tripod lighting on rear
Whelen LED Brow lights on front of Chassis
Transverse pull out tool trays
Rescue has a rear staircase to access large coffin compartments on top of the rescue body
Stair compartments for stokes, backboards, emergency scene signage and ladders
Photos provided by Jaffrey Fire Dept.

New 16 Rescue 1 Front

New 16 Rescue 1 Left Side

New 16 Rescue 1 Rear

New Hampshire Fire Explorer Training Academy

The 2011 New Hampshire Fire Explorer Training Academy application process has
started. I would like to make you aware of the application posting and ask that
you forward this information to any and all interested parties such as your
Exploring Advisors, junior firefighting leaders and current youth interested in
firefighting, EMS or rescue operations.

Applications can be downloaded from our website www.nhfeta.org. If you should
have any questions regarding this program or application process please feel
free to contact me directly via email or phone as listed in my signature.

I appreciate your assistance with this and thank you in advance for your kind
attention in this matter.

Respectfully submitted,
Jennifer DiLuzio

Jennifer DiLuzio
Deputy Chief, Administration
New Hampshire Fire Explorer Training Academy
P.O. Box 1225
Manchester, NH 03105
Phone: (603) 352-7633
Fax: (603) 352-7199
E-Mail: adminchief@nhfeta.org
“Preparing today’s youth for success in tomorrow’s fire service.”


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