Designed to address firefighting and rescue operations in harsh environments on land and in water.
Amphib-Alaska’s Amphibious Fire and Rescue Vehicle (AFRV) is ideally suited to address firefighting and rescue operations in harsh airport environments on land and in water.
In addition to its firefighting capabilities, the AFRV will provide for the rescue of aircraft accident victims from bodies of water or marsh lands situated adjacent to the airport and beneath the approach and departure flight paths.
The Amphib-Alaska AFRV features advanced performance capabilities not found on other amphibious vehicles:
The Amphib-Alaska AFRV is capable of:
The acquisition and replacement of Aircraft Rescue & Firefighting Vehicles (ARFF) that hold a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part 139 certificate are eligible to be fully funded through the FAA’s Airport Improvement Program (AIP).
Amphib-Alaska will assist in developing the grant application and in providing all supporting documentation to help airports obtain ARFF through an AIP grant.