Apparatus

 

Galloway Township Ambulance Squad's fleet is comprised of two command vehicles, five type III ambulances and one rehab unit. All GTAS ambulance patient compartment are equipped identically so that once the staff is familiar with one ambulance in the fleet, they can navigate the compartments in any ambulance of the fleet with confidence.

Each ambulance is equipped beyond the state required standards so that even in the event a GTAS ambulance is responding to calls back-to-back without restocking, you can be assured GTAS will show up with the tools and supplies needed to effectively carry out patient care.

26-70

2012 Ford F-250Command Vehicle

 

26-70 is a brand new 2012 Ford F-250 and is GTAS's primary command vehicle. It is used primarily by the Chief of Operations to respond to emergencies. 26-70 is equipped with a mobile RF radio, a mobile 800MHz trunking radio, command module, snow plow hardware, low-profile LED emergency warning lights, LED hideaways and a siren.

26-71

1998 Jeep CherokeeCommand Vehicle

 

26-71 is one of our two secondary command vehicle. It is currently used by staff to respond to emergencies and for use on assignments. 26-71 is equipped with a mobile RF radio, a mobile 800MHz trunking radio, LED emergency warning lights and a siren.

26-72

2004 Dodge DurangoCommand Vehicle

 

26-72 is another of our command vehicles. This truck was used for many years as our primary command vehicle under the designation 26-70. It is currently used by staff to respond to emergencies and for use on assignments. 26-72 is equipped with a mobile RF radio, a mobile 800MHz trunking radio, command module, LED emergency warning lights, strobes and a siren.

26-74

2003 Ford E-450 with Horton BoxAmbulance

 

26-74 is an ambulance assigned to the main fleet of GTAS. 26-74 is equipped with a mobile RF radio, a mobile 800MHz trunking radio, has a mix of LED and incandescent warning lighting, dual sirens and a pneumatic air horn.

26-75

2007 Ford E-450 with Horton BoxAmbulance

 

26-75 is an ambulance assigned to the main fleet of GTAS. 26-75 is equipped with a mobile RF radio, a mobile 800MHz trunking radio, complete LED emergency lighting package, dual sirens and a pneumatic air horn.

Everyone's favorite ambulance.

26-76

2013 Ford E-450 with Horton BoxAmbulance

 

26-76 is a brand new gasoline powered ambulance assigned to the main fleet of GTAS. 26-76 is equipped with a mobile RF radio, a mobile 800MHz trunking radio, a complete LED emergency lighting package, LED takedowns and scene lights, dual sirens, a reverse camera, in-dash GPS system, and a pneumatic air horn.

26-77

2009 Ford E-450 with Horton BoxAmbulance

 

26-77 is an ambulance assigned to the main fleet of GTAS. 26-77 is equipped with a mobile RF radio, a mobile 800MHz trunking radio, a complete LED emergency lighting package, LED takedowns, dual sirens and a pneumatic air horn.

26-78

2010 Ford E-450 with Horton BoxAmbulance

 

26-78 is an ambulance assigned to the main fleet of GTAS. 26-78 is equipped with a mobile RF radio, a mobile 800MHz trunking radio, a complete LED emergency lighting package, LED takedowns and scene lights, dual sirens and a pneumatic air horn.

"Don't touch the new truck." -Jim

26-79

1997 Ford E-450 with Horton BoxRehab & Support Unit

 

26-79 is assigned to the Atlantic County EMS Task Force and Atlantic County Rehab Task Force and responds to structure fires and events throughout Atlantic County.