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DOD mobile aircraft firefighting training device

A repair locker hose team aboard USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) combats a controlled fire on the mobile aircraft firefighting training device May 2, 2006. A crew of three Department of Defense firefighters travels with the simulator to train Kennedy's fire parties. Kennedy is under way conducting crew proficiency training off the coast of Florida.

Date 05/02/06

Author Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Tommy Gilligan


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