Adopted by the Macomb County Young Marines

The A/S32P-15 firefighting truck was designed to combat aircraft fires in all weather conditions. Its main function was to discharge foam agent on a crash site and to extinguish the fire within seconds of arrival. The fire truck on display was the second prototype built by Oshkosh. It was originally based at Wurtsmith AFB near Oscoda, MI and was moved to Selfridge ANGB, MI when Wurtsmith AFB was inactivated. The P-15 on display was replaced by a P-23 that is still in use at the Selfridge Fire Department.


Capacity: 6,100 gallons
Length: 45'
Height: 12'
Weight: 130,000 lbs.
Speed: 65 mph
Crew: 3-person

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