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Phoenix Sky Harbor International

Striker Rises to the Challenge at Phoenix Sky Harbor INTL.

Sky Harbor is a dynamic international gateway with three runways, and a sprawling infrastructure of buildings.  The fire department must pace itself in order to keep up with the airport's growth.

 

 

 

Quad City International Airport

Quad City International Airport: Oshkosh Snow Fleet

Accompanying a newly improved 10,000 foot long and 150 foot wide runway is a fleet of four Oshkosh front-mounted brooms and a high-speed blower.

 

 


 

 

McGhee Tyson Airport

Knoxville, Tennessee: Shamrock Organic Products Mulch Fire

Located in Knoxville, Tennessee the airport sent out their vintage Oshkosh T-6 in order to combat a mulch fire which would burn for a week.  The crews that responded to the blaze faced huge challenges which included inaccesable roads, a relentless blaze, and a limited crew.

Redmond Municipal Airport  

Roberts Field, Redmond Municipal Airport

Redmond: New Generation Striker Aircraft Rescue And Fire Fighting Vehicle Now On Duty At RDM

RDM is the fourth largest commercial service airport in the state, serving all of Central Oregon. The airport offers 46 arriving and departing flights daily and is the first airport in the world to be using the new Oshkosh Striker to keep its runways safe.
 

 

Crater Lake National Park  

Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake: Creating a buzz in high elevation snow removal

Located at the top of the Cascade Mountains in southern Oregon, Crater Lake National Park is one of America’s national treasures. With an annual snow fall of more than 45 feet, Crater Lake National Park needed a truck to handle the extreme task of clearing and reopening roads and turned to Oshkosh for help. 

 

Ted Stevens International Airport  

Ted Stevens International Airport

Anchorage: Anchorage International Airport: Always Open for Business

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport proudly serves 57 air carriers, including 29 domestic and 18 international airlines. With 20 Oshkosh HT- Series multi-tasking units heading up its fleet of 395 pieces, this airport with an average snowfall 69.5 inches, proudly boasts that it has never closed due to snow conditions.