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Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Training Fire Crews - All States

Photograph of Fire Dispatching Layout at Fredericktown Ranger Station

US Air Force fire department crews assigned to safeguard Mogadishu Airport refill their P-19 Fire Truck from a P-18 2000 gallon tanker. The tanker is left facing the camera and the fire truck is right facing away from the camera. Fire crews from McChord, Travis, and Charleston Air Force Bases responded to the scene of an Italian helicopter accident (not shown) and foamed the area around the helicopter where fuel has leaked from it. The runway was closed for approximately three hours. This mission is in direct support of Operation Restore Hope

US Navy (USN) crash and salvage personnel duck under the jet exhaust of a USN F/A-18 Hornet while relieving fire crews during flight operations aboard the USN Aircraft Carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63)

Wildfire - Brooktrails, Calif. , June 22, 2008 -- CERT volunteers on-scene with fire crews in the background.

Lakewood, CO, August 4, 2008 -- Fire crews from all over Denver set up to protect homes from the Green Mountain fire. Photo Michael Rieger/FEMA

Lakewood, CO, August 4, 2008 -- Fire crews from all over Denver set up to protect homes from the Green Mountain fire. Photo Michael Rieger/FEMA

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