Oshkosh designed and built TAK-4® Independent Suspension eliminates bump steer and increases safety when operating on challenging terrains. Independent suspension allows for each wheel to react independently creating a dramatically smoother ride.
In addition, you can spec your vehicle with rear steer, optional on the 6×6 and standard on the 8×8. Rear steer tightens the vehicle’s turning radius and reduces the wear and tear on tires.
Oshkosh Corporation has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the AeroTech business from JBT Corporation.
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.
Oshkosh gives a brief breakdown of different kinds of electric-based vehicle systems, stressing the importance of the move to electric power.
Ghana Airports has received 2 Oshkosh Striker ARFF vehicles to support operations at Kumasi International and Tamale International Airport.
Oshkosh argues the case for always incorporating Independent Suspensions when designing Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting vehicles.
Long Beach Airport (LGB) has purchased a new Oshkosh Striker 6X6 Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) vehicle.
Oshkosh details recent innovations of its Oshkosh Snozzle - High Reach Extendable Turret (HRET), a powerful firefighting tool.
In addition to using the necessary fire trucks and equipment, correct firefighting agents must be used depending on the type of fire being suppressed.
Oshkosh Airport Products has delivered four Striker 4x4 ARFF vehicles in The Bahamas to support operations at four international airports.
Learn how Oshkosh Airport Products conducts tests to ensure the Oshkosh Striker® vehicles are manufactured to comply with NFPA 414 standards.
Yellowknife Airport, located in Canada’s Northwest Territories, has taken delivery of an Oshkosh Airport Products Striker 6x6 ARFF vehicle.
The new Oshkosh Strikers were delivered in early December, 2021, and support operations at the Isle of Man Airport (IOM).
Oshkosh Airport Products, announced today the next stops in the 2021 Road Rally featuring the revolutionary new Striker® Volterra™ ARFF vehicle.
Crews at airports across North America will learn about the revolutionary new Striker Volterra ARFF hybrid electric vehicle from Oshkosh.
Oshkosh Airport Products has completed delivery of eight Striker® ARFF vehicles to fire departments across airport of Hawaii.
Oshkosh Corporation has introduced the revolutionary Volterra™ platform of electric vehicles for the airport fire and emergency market.
Oshkosh Airport Products has announced that it has secured its first order for the new Striker ARFF vehicle, which was introduced in January.
Oshkosh announced today that the company has achieved TRUE (Total Resource Use and Efficiency) Zero Waste Certification at the Gold level.
While retaining its remarkable legacy features, the new Oshkosh Striker ARFF vehicle maximizes innovation in the runway response industry.
The Phoenix Fire Department’s new Striker 8x8 ARFF vehicle from Oshkosh is fully prepared with firefighting agent capacity.
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