I've seen lots of Companies, Squads, and such that have sayings on their apparatus. Like FDNY has "Midtown Madness" for Ladder Co. 24/Engine Co. 1, or "Never Missed A Performance" on Engine 54 and "Pride of Midtown" on Ladder 4. What is your company/squad motto or what do you have written on your apparatus?
My department does not have a motto on our trucks but our orginal department always had a mini tornado on one side after surviving the tornado of 1985 that leveled almost the entire town. Our Neighboring department had a frog on their trucks because they have swamp land near their station. We have consolidated these two departemnts to become one department with two stations and now our trucks have the mini tornado with the frog inside it. The only different vehicle we have is a half-track unit for wildfires and off road rescue and the guys in the department named it Trackzilla and had it lettered onto the front of the bumper.
"Cancel The Engine" is on the brow trim of Hilton Head Island (SC) Truck 6 (you can actually see this on the Cancel The Engine group here on FirefighterNation). Our motto, however, was our Special Operations motto: "We interfere with natural selection."
Truck 6 and Engine/Medic 6 are located at the Palmetto Dunes Resort station on Hilton Head Island, which is called "The Icehouse". In the old days, the building used to get VERY cold.
Chattanooga Engine 15 - "The Fighting 15th"
Chattanooga Engine 20 - when I worked there, we called ourselves "The TV-Watching 20th", largely in response to Engine 15's motto and our low and slow call volume.
Tri-Community Tanker 1 - "The Super Pickle" ...did I mention that I hate that slime green color?
Tri-Community Rescue 7 - "The Axe Squad"...yeah, we occasionally broke something.
Chattanooga-Hamilton County Rescue - formerly known as "The Pumpkins", due to the shockingly orange turnout gear the squad had back in the 1970's and the early 1980's.
Three of my favorite real department names are the Water Witch Fire Co. of Port Deposit, MD, the Vigilant Fire Co. of Emmitsburg, MD and Pioneer Hook & Ladder, Truck Co. 1, Hagerstown FD.