Brush 17-10 is a 1986 Chevrolet 1 Ton Pick-Up Truck. This unit was aquired in 2006 in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, replacing our 1977 Dodge. Brush 17-10 serves as the first due piece on any wildfire, and used for Search & Rescue as well as various different calls.
Engine 17-1 was purchased new by the Nittany Valley Volunteer Fire Company in 1993. This piece serves as our primary attack piece and is first out on any type of fire, with the exception of wildfires, and second out on vehicle accidents. 17-1 can be ran as a Tanker if needed.
This piece was purchased new in 2001 by the Nittany Valley Volunteer Fire Company from Kaza Fire Equipment based out of Ebensburg, Pennsylvania. Tanker 17-4 serves as the second out piece on any fire, can be operated as an Engine if need be, and is the third piece out on a vehicle accident.
The Nittany Valley Volunteer Fire Company purchased 17-62 as a Demo unit from Lifestar Rescue based out of Van Wert, Ohio in 2004. Rescue 17-62 is by far our most used piece of our whole fleet, being the first piece out on Medical assists and Vehicle Accidents.
1720 is a 2004 Chevy Suburban. Its uses include Trafic control, second due QRS unit, Utility, and manpower.