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When I was an Air Force firefighter all the fire trucks were the same no matter where you were stationed. The P-2s, O-6s, O-11Bs, 750As, and 530Bs were the same at each base; it made training easier so

that when you were transferred the equipment was the same. Probably the same with the Cat engines; made it easier for the motor pool if all engines were the same. As was mentioned earlier, vehicles on

Air Force bases didn't travel far or fast. The fact that a lot of these Mack and Dodge refuelers are still in fire department service says a lot about their durability even if they didn't have any panache.

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The fact that a lot of these Mack and Dodge refuelers are still in fire department service says a lot about their durability even if they didn't have any panache.

bulldogboy

You have to love these Departments that never took into account that water is 2.3lbs heavier per gallon than Jet-A and the fact that these tanks are not baffled.....Then they wonder why they are laying in the ditch...........

TWO STROKES ARE FOR GARDEN TOOLS

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