That's makes the third confirmed chief car with red/blue lights (and no green).
Chicago PD uses all blue. The only cars that are Red/Blue are Airport cars due to FAA regulations.I always thought CFD used R/G because CPD used B/R. In IL's IVC blue by itself is either a courtesy light, or when in cities of over 500,000 can be used by PD standalone without any other color. From what I've seen most of downstate has always used R/W/B on FD rigs. I think Chicago area rigs are the only ones in IL that use green. Maybe they are changing it up?? Maybe that's a 'special' Bat car??
The Memphis Int'l Airport Police units all feature all-blue lights. I'd love to message them with the FAA rule on red lighting being used on emergency vehicles on airport grounds.Chicago PD uses all blue. The only cars that are Red/Blue are Airport cars due to FAA regulations.
There's no red at all on Memphis Airport units. All-blue... though some have a cheesy amber traffic-advisor.Do they have any red to the rear, maybe that's how they scoot around the rule, my local sheriff does the Airport Detail here and they have all red to the front but at least some blue in the rear.
Never thought of that.... Springfield, IL used to have one engine that ran a green grille light. It was stationed near the lake area. From talking to retired FF's about it they say it was put on there during the mid 90's as an experiment for color blind people....not sure if that's true or not though.But is here a green grille or dash light? Remember Chicago does that green on the right/ofc side for them being a port city. So it doesn't have to be a lot.
I've seen a few of their truck companies use all red/white on the bar but the light head by the headlight was the green one