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STS-48 crew participates in JSC fire fighting and fire training exercises


STS-48 Mission Specialist (MS) Charles D. Gemar opens water hose nozzle as he approaches a fire blazing in JSC's Fire Training Pit during fire fighting and fire training exercises. Pilot Kenneth S. Reightler, Jr steadies the hose behind Gemar. At Gemars right is an unidentified fire department Official, MS Mark N. Brown, and Commander John O. Creighton. Brown and Crieghton are obscured by the water spray. The Fire Training Pit is located across from the Gilruth Center Bldg 207.

Source: NASA.gov

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