Oshkosh is proud to be a pioneer in the electrification of the firefighting sector with the development of its Striker Volterra ARFF truck.
Oshkosh had the pleasure of hosting a crew of firefighters from North Okaloosa Fire District for an inspection of their Striker ARFF 6x6.
The Oshkosh ECO EFP™ testing system tests the foam proportioning system on ARFF vehicles to determine if it is operating properly.
Grand Canyon West Airport in Arizona has taken delivery of an Oshkosh® Airport Products Striker® 4x4 ARFF vehicle.
Orlando International Airport (MCO) has purchased two new Rosenbauer Panther Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) vehicles.
Oshkosh gives a brief breakdown of different kinds of electric-based vehicle systems, stressing the importance of the move to electric power.
Oshkosh argues the case for always incorporating Independent Suspensions when designing Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting vehicles.
Airport Industry-News magazine Issue 1, October 2021: Oshkosh – ARFF Technology Advancements Improve Aviation Safety and Efficiency.
The Striker Simulator safely trains your crew for situations that would otherwise be impossible or costly to recreate. Life-saving training.
The Stinger Q4 rapid intervention vehicle delivers ultra-fast, durable response and aircraft rescue, firefighting, hazmat and emergency situations.
Unmatched Oshkosh performance, reliability, and durability is now available on more chassis around the world. Meet the all-new Oshkosh ARV.
The Striker 6x6 changes everything. Greater fire suppression, control, safety, and versatility maximize your response like no other truck in the industry.
The Striker 4x4 provides the ultimate weapon against the dangers of ARFF, with an unrivaled combination of fire suppression, control, speed, and safety.