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5, the fight against the fire service for aircraft rescue and fire fighting against aircraft (ARFF) Airport Roland meeting Garros (SA Arrg).
The new Plant II Leonding has a capacity to produce around 150 Panther aircraft rescue and fire fighting vehicles and 250 AT municipal fire trucks in one-shift operation.
On November 15, Oshkosh Airport Products Group, part of the Fire and Emergency segment of Oshkosh Corporation delivered 24 Oshkosh Striker aircraft rescue and fire fighting (ARFF) vehicles to the Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan (PCAA) at a formal signing and acceptance ceremony in Karachi.
The new fire trucks known as Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting vehicle (ARFF) would boost the firefighting capability of major commercial airports in the country.
Oshkosh Truck Corporation has delivered and placed into service a second group of five Striker Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) vehicles at Hartsfietd-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, bringing the total number of new vehicles to ten over the last year.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) made a recommendation following the Quincy accident for the FAA to "Develop ways to fund airports that are served by scheduled passenger operations on aircraft having 10 or more passenger seats, and require these airports to ensure that aircraft rescue and fire fighting units with trained personnel are available during commuter flight operations and are capable of timely response" (A-97- 107).
Since that time, Oshkosh has leveraged this technology development and integrated Command Zone into defense trucks, aircraft rescue and fire fighting vehicles, and refuse collection vehicles.
The new Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting vehicles (ARFF) met and exceeded all National Fire Protection Association, Federal Aviation Authority (F) and International Civil Aviation Organization s (ICAO) code on international standards for aircraft and rescue fighting.