100 N. Tomahawk Avenue • Tomahawk, WI 54487 • 715-453-3242 

Tomahawk Volunteer Fire Department Equipment
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Tanker 6: 
1998 Sterling from Marion Equipment. Features a 2,000 gallon tank and is dedicated to all rural structure fires and to those city fires where hydrants are unavailable. Tanker 6 also functions as a backup for vehicle fires. Responds to all rural structure fires and all grass fires. This vehicle also will respond to requests for tanker/tender response.


Engine 3: 
The chassis is a 2003 Spartan Gladiator powered by a Cummins ISM 400 hp engine and Allison 4060P transmission. The pump is a Hale Q-Max 1500gpm, with a 5” rear suction, 10 discharges, including 1-2½” crosslay, 2-speedlays, deck gun, Elkhart foam eductor plumbed to the 1½” front bumper discharge. A 1250 gallon UPF water tank is provided with four Whelen #52 LED remote mounted lights on each side of the cab to read water tank levels. Additional features include a Safety Vision rear camera with monitors by the driver’s seat and at the pump operator area, NFPA strobe warning light package, 6 kW generator mounted above the pump, hydraulic ladder rack and two suction hose troughs installed on the roadside catwalk. Built by Marion Equipment. Primary response  unit for all structure fires, both rural and city.


Engine 7
Elkhart foam eductor plumbed to the 1½” side running board crosslay. A 800 gallon UPF water tank is provided with four Whelen #52 LED remote mounted lights on each side of the cab to read water tank levels.  Three sets of hydraulic hoses are plumed to an onboard electric Hurst extrication pump.  Three sets of Hurst extrication tools are included with two sets in the rear and one set on the front of the vehicle.  A  one hundred foot airline is available for air powered tools.  Additional features include a fifteen foot light tower with a 10,000 watt light bar, Safety Vision rear camera, NFPA led warning light package, 6 kW generator mounted above the pump, . Built by Marion Equipment. Primary response unit for vehicle crashes, vehicle fires, cabon monoxide calls, or any technical rescue calls.


Rescue 1
1989 Ford L8000 from Marion Equipment. 
Rescue 1, a custom built aluminum-bodied equipment/command/rescue unit, responds to all calls. To be replaced, summer 2016. Responds to all calls. Primary function is a mobile command center. In addition, this vehicle provides on scene air tank refills, as well as a transport vehicle for additional firefighters and/or dive team members.


Engine 5
1995 Ford L8000 from Marion Equipment. 
Engine 5 features a mid-ship mounted 1,250 GPM Hale pump and carries 2,500 gallons of water. Secondary response unit for all structure fires. Serves as the backup engine. This vehicle is also utilized to carry water from water suppley to the scene. Responds to all requests for an engine response.


Rescue 9
1995 Dodge Ram 3500 4X4 from Monroe Mfg.
Rescue 9 carries hydraulic extrication tools as well as a 600 GPM pump, 200 gallons water and 20 gallons of foam. It responds to all vehicle rescue calls, grass/brush fires, rural structure fires and off-road emergencies. Primary response unit for all grass/brush fires. Responds to rural structure fires and is utilized at the fire site.


Boat 1
1986 Sillinger Inflatable Rubber Rescue Boat with 25HP Merc.

Boat 2
1994 Aluma Craft Rescue Boat with 15HP Merc
Both are used for open water and ice rescue/recovery operations.