"We just pretty much do everything," said Michael Lancaster, the fire chief for the Moran Rural Volunteer Fire Dept.
In fact, everyone of the firefighters at the station do a lot more than just fight fires.
They build their own trucks, raise their own funds and a lot of them are women.
"They do just as good a job as anybody else, my best fighter I've ever had is actually my wife," said Lancaster.
Some are just 5'2 like Gayle Brown, but that hasn't stopped her from driving the trucks or using the heavy hoses.
All except one thing.
"I have a hard time changing the tire," said Brown.
More women like Brown are beginning to volunteer. .
"Especially in the rural areas," said the volunteer of seven years.
In fact the majority of the Moran volunteers are women
They've even staked their claim in the newest fire truck, by putting in a seat cover that reads "Girls Rule."
"There's a lot of times that your men are off at work and well who's left?" said Brown, "I mean the women and so they can man a truck and hold a hose and open and close the nozzle just like a man can."
Almost everyone in town is already used to it.
"My sons they don't say too much other than be safe mom, my husband, he supports everything I do," said Brown.
So whether browns serving as the departments secretary or suiting up, she and the rest of the volunteers are always prepared because, here, it's all hands on deck.