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111 N. Pleasant Hill Road
Warner Robins, GA 31093
Ph: 478-293-1020
Fx: 478-225-6721
Engines & Ladders
Pumper Trucks
View the six pumper trucks in the Warner Robins Fire Department.

Engine One
Engine one is a 2012 E-One 1250 gallon per minute (GPM) pumper. This truck is operated out of station one also known as fire headquarters. 
  • 750 gallon water tank
  • 1-3/4” and 2-1/2” attack lines
  • 5” supply line
  • 35’ extension ladder

Engine Three
Engine three is a 2001 E-One 1250 GPM pumper. This truck is operated out of station three.
  • 750 gallon water tank
  • 1-3/4” and 2-1/2” attack line
  • 5” supply line
  • 35’ extension ladder

Engine Four
Engine four is a 2006 Pierce 1250 GPM pumper. This truck is operated out of station four. 
  • 750 gallon water tank
  • 1-3/4” and 2-1/2” attack line
  • 5” supply line
  • 35’ extension ladder

Engine Five
Engine five is a 2006 Pierce 1250 GPM pumper. This truck is operated out of station five. 
  • 750 gallon water tank
  • 1-3/4” and 2-1/2” attack line
  • 5” supply line
  • 35’ extension ladder

Engine Six
Engine six is a 1991 E-One 1250 GPM pumper. This truck is operated out of station six. Unlike our other pumper trucks, this is the only open-cab truck on the Warner Robins Fire Department. 
  • 750 gallon water tank
  • 1-3/4” and 2-1/2” attack line 
  • 5” supply line 
  • 35’ extension ladder

Engine Seven
Engine seven is a 2000 E-One 1250 GPM pumper. This truck is operated out of station seven.
  • 750 gallon water tank 
  • 1-3/4” and 2-1/2” attack line 
  • 5” supply line 
  • 35’ extension ladder

Aerial Apparatus
View the two aerial apparatus vehicles in operation at the Warner Robins Fire Department.

Ladder Two
Ladder two is a 1998 E-One 1500 GPM Quint Aerial. A Quint is an aerial apparatus with a fire pump and a water tank, as well as fire hose and an assortment of ground ladders. This truck is operated out of station one, also known as Warner Robins Fire Department Headquarters. 
  • 500 gallon water tank 
  • 1-3/4” and 2-1/2” attack line 
  • 5” supply line
  • Aerial straight ladder extends 75’

Ladder Six
Ladder six is a 2007 E-One 2000 GPM Bronto Platform Aerial. This truck is operated out of station six. This platform truck has an articulating ladder that will extend to 100 feet. This aerial device can be used for rescue as well as be used for fire extinguishment. 
  • 300 gallon water tank 
  • 1-3/4” and 2-1/2” attack line 
  • 5” supply line