A.P. Hill firefighters conduct aircraft fire training
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army Garrison Fort A.P. Hill firefighters honed their skills today during aircraft fire training on post. The mock aircraft is fitted with propane-fired burners which simulate a fire of different sizes. When they roll onto the scene firefighters... (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL
A.P. Hill firefighters conduct aircraft fire training
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A.P. Hill firefighters conduct aircraft fire training
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A.P. Hill firefighters conduct aircraft fire training
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A.P. Hill firefighters conduct aircraft fire training
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U.S. Army Garrison Fort A.P. Hill firefighters honed their skills today during aircraft fire training on post. The mock aircraft is fitted with propane-fired burners which simulate a fire of different sizes. When they roll onto the scene firefighters first hit the blaze with the water cannons atop their truck. Then, they dismount and use a steady stream of water from a fire hose to quell the flames. As fire dies, the firefighters apply a water fog to finish the job.

U.S. Army photos by Bob McElroy

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