- Manufacturer: Pierce Fire Apparatus
- Year: 2005
- Purpose: Water Supply/Hazmat
- Pump Size: 2,250 GPM
- Tank Size: 500 Gals.
- Officer: Lt. John Braden
- Assistant: FF Matthew Squance
Engine 1 is a Class A Pumper with the ability to play the role of attack engine at a fire scene. The primary function of Engine 1 is to provide a continuous water supply to the department's other attack engines (E-3, E-4, and E-7) through a large five inch diameter hose. Designed and built by Pierce Fire Apparatus in Appleton, Wisconsin, Engine 1 has some key characteristics that enable it to deliver large amounts of water ? continuously ? from water sources up to a mile away from a fire scene. With a massive 2,250 gallons per minute pump and a large array of drafting hoses and strainers, this engine can be staged at any one of dozens of natural and man-made water sources (ponds, rivers, swimming pools) where it can single handedly deliver all the water that is needed to most any fire, large or small. Through a comprehensive mapping system created and maintained by the WVFD Water Supply Committee, and a series of dry hydrants which are quick connect 'access points', Engine 1 can effectively blanket the town with an unlimited water supply.