November 2004
Fire Chief;Nov2004, Vol. 48 Issue 11, p138
Trade Publication
Presents updates on equipment deliveries in various fire departments in the United States compiled for November 2004. Bronto Skylift delivered for the University City Fire Department in Missouri; Rescue trailer delivered at the Kessler Air Force Fire Department in Biloxi, Mississippi.


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