With the rising amount of major incidents within the City of Los Santos, The City of Los Santos government acquired three new mobile command trucks, one for each department, in order to better manage the planning, communications, mapping, and other critical functions that support ground units during major incidents.
The apparatus is used for major incidents within the City of Los Santos or on request at a unified command post when collaborating with other departments and agencies. The Command Truck includes a wide array of equipment used for planning, communications, and incident management. An Incident Commander (IC) will typically be the person managing a mobile facility such as this.
1. The mobile command truck can be only deployed with the order of Battalion Chief and above.
2. The mobile command truck is to be driven by members qualified and trained with EVOC-A.
3. The mobile command truck is to be deployed only for major incidents and with common sense by a Battalion Chief and above. ----Incidents such as but not limited to:
Big wildlands fires
Major search and rescue incidents
Notable features and equipment:
20" Raised Roof
3 Interior Command Spaces
Interior Desks, Cabinets and Consoles
Lavatory Compartment with Sink and Toilet
WeatherPak® TRx2-UHF Weather Station
KVH Trac Vision Satellite Receiver
Bosch MIC IP Starlight Camera
Will-Burt 7-42' Pneumatic Telescoping Mast
Onan Protec PTO Generator System
Command 2 - LSFD CM2
Deputy Chief D. Sullivan D.Sullivan
Chief of Staff, Acting Chief of Operations.