Orange County Fire Rescue recently unveiled a new fire engine that pays tribute to the brave men and women who serve in the U.S. Armed Forces.
And what better day to share it with the community than Veterans Day?
Public Information Officer Mike Jachles says for OCFR, Veterans Day has an entirely different meaning.
“At Orange County Fire Rescue, we have over 150 firefighters and employees who have served,” said Jachles.”
The engine will be be in service at Station 57, which is located off International Drive.