Indianapolis Fire Department
Station 1
0 - Brightwood

"Brightwood Brigade"

Engine - Ladder - Squad - TSU

Indianapolis Fire Department Station 10 - 2970 North. Sherman Drive
Indianapolis Fire Department Station 10 - 2970 North Sherman Drive
Opened: February 7, 1997
 
Station 10 - Foam and Extrication Task Forces

"The Brightwood Brigade": Extrication Task Force 10

 
Engine 10 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle Custom - 1500gpm/500gal/40gal foam
Engine 10 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper - 1500gpm/500gal/40gal foam
 
Engine 10 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper - 1500gpm/500gal/40gal foam
Engine 10 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper - 1500gpm/500gal/40gal foam
 
Engine 10 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper - 1500gpm/500gal/40gal foam
Engine 10 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper - 1500gpm/500gal/40gal foam
 
Ladder 10 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle/LTI - 102' Rear-mount platform
Ladder 10 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle/LTI - 102' Rear-mount platform
Ladder 1 is 1 of 7 platform ladders in the IFD fleet. The others are stationed at 1, 6, 13, 15,19, 22, & 43.
 
Ladder 10 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle/LTI - 102' Rear-mount platform

Ladder 10 - 2002 American LaFrance Eagle/LTI - 102' Rear-mount platform
Ladder 10 has a twin at Station 6 & 19

 
Squad 10 - 2004 Ford F-550/Pierce Contender - Light Rescue
Squad 10 - 2004 Ford F-550/Pierce Contender - Light Rescue
 
Rescue Squad 10 - 2004 Ford F-550/Pierce Contender - Light Rescue
Squad 10 - 2004 Ford F-550/Pierce Contender - Light Rescue
 
Tactical Support Unit 10 - Air Truck
Tactical Support Unit 10 - Air Truck
TSU 10 is one of four Air Support Trucks along with 31 up north, 18 on the west side and 29 to the south
 
Station 10 table
Station 10's Ladder Table
Station 10 has one of the nicest stations inside and out at IFD. The crews here donated their time, effort and money to
completely repaint and remodel their large station house. However, maybe the most unique feature is the 10's dinner table.
This gigantic table was made from an old bowling alley lane from Chicago. It was refinished and mounted on a unique ladder
and diamond-plate base. The final touch is a hand painted and airbrushed flame logo for the Brightwood Brigade. Very sharp!!!
 
Special thanks to the crew from "C" shift for their station tour and help in arranging many of these pictures!

Indianapolis Fire Department

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