New York City firefighters after 9/11 attacks , a photo by USACEpublicaffairs on Flickr. Via Flickr: NEW YORK — New York City firefighters take a much needed break during emergency response efforts following the 9/11 attacks. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers file photo)
Florida and Virginia Guardsmen, firefighters extinguish a fire in a live-fire training simulator , a photo by The National Guard on Flickr. Via Flickr: U.S. Air Force firefighters from the 125th Fighter Wing, Jacksonville, Fla., and the 71st Fighter Wing, Langley, Va., extinguish a fire in a burn pit at the Combat Readiness Training Center in Savannah, Ga., March 13, 2010. The burn pit, a live-fire training simulator, recreates most scenarios of a real aircraft fire. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Shelley Gill/Released)
Firefighters train to extinguish an aircraft fire. , a photo by Official U.S. Navy Imagery on Flickr. Via Flickr: PENSACOLA, Fla. (April 26, 2011) Members of the Fire Emergency Service Gulf Coast Mobile Training Team, based at Naval Air Station Pensacola, work with Naval Construction Battalion Center firefighters during a semi-annual training exercise. The firefighters battled live fires on the Mobile Aircraft Firefighting Training Device, a simulated aircraft that can simulate 13 different fires that can happen aboard an aircraft. (U.S. Navy photo by Equipment Operator Constructionman Devida Pope/Released)
Firefighters put out fire aboard Naval Station Norfolk. , a photo by Official U.S. Navy Imagery on Flickr. Via Flickr: NORFOLK (Jan. 27, 2011) Firefighters work to put out a warehouse fire at Naval Station Norfolk. The unoccupied building, on Aircraft Tow Way near the base airport and Gate 3A, contained empty boxes and pallets. White smoke was seen rising from the building as firefighters from the naval base and city of Norfolk worked to contain the fire, which started around 10:20 a.m. The Norfolk Fire Department sent a battalion chief and aide, a 3- man aerial ladder and a 4-man engine company to the scene. No one has been hurt. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Brien Aho/Released)
Firefighters , a photo by AMagill on Flickr. Via Flickr: I was driving down to my parents' house today, and as I was stopped at a light next to the Franktown Fire Department, I couldn't help but notice a group of firefighters setting a couple of cars next to the firehouse on fire. Naturally, I parked as quickly as I could and went to take some pictures. Franktown, Colorado.
Firefighters prepare for prescribed burn , a photo by Coconino National Forest on Flickr. Via Flickr: Forest firefighter from the city and state assemble around the fire boss who makes changes to the burn area. Such amendments happen because of weather, or other ecological conditions. The employees are dressed in fire retardant material to reduce the chance of burn injuries. Photo taken on 12-13-08. Credit: Ian Horvath
Firefighters Memorial , a photo by laszlo-photo on Flickr. Via Flickr: 76 Cleveland Firefighters have been killed in the line of duty since 1863. On six separate occasions, more than one firefighter has been killed at the same incident. Although the causes may be different, the result has been the same. Firefighting is one of the most dangerous professions in America. This memorial is for the fallen brave.
C 54 Sikorsky Sky Crane water drop , a photo by U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Northeast Region on Flickr. Suffolk, VA, Aug. 2011: A C54 Sikorsky Skycrane helicopter drops close to 1,000 gallons of water on the Lateral West Fire burning on Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. Air operations support the work of firefighters on the ground. Credit: Rocky Schroeder/USFWS
20110811-OC-DK-0091 , a photo by USDAgov on Flickr. Firefighters supported by three fire engines, two helicopters, two water tenders, a dozer and an air tanker battled to contain the 90 acre Rogers Fire located on Mt. Rogers five miles west of Aladdin, WA on the Colville National Forest. Firefighters worked under adverse conditions with steep terrain and gusting winds to reduce the loss of timber and protect the Rogers Mountain Trail. The Rogers Fire began on Aug. 9, 2011 and was controlled by Aug. 19, 2011 with mop up crews ensuring that no flare-ups occurred. Colville National Forest has 1.1 million acres in northeastern Washington and includes the Kettle River, Selkirk Mountain ranges, and the upper reaches of the Columbia River. USDA photo by David Kosling.
Carrollton Fire Department Engine 23 (American Lafrance Pumper) , a photo by gafiretrucks on Flickr. Took this picture in West Georgia. Unit in the picture is Carrollton Fire Department Engine 23. Apparatus is an American Lafrance Custom Pumper. email: firstname.lastname@example.org Department Website: www.carrolltonfiredepartment.com/
Carrollton Fire Department Engine 22 (Sutphen Pumper) , a photo by gafiretrucks on Flickr. ok this picture in West Georgia. Unit in the picture is Carrollton Fire Department Engine 22. Apparatus is a Sutphen Custom Pumper. email: email@example.com Department Website: www.carrolltonfiredepartment.com/
Credit: Photo taken by Chad at firstname.lastname@example.org Took this picture in the Virginia Highlands Community. Unit in the picture is Atlanta Fire Rescue Department Engine 19. Apparatus is a Spartan Quality Pumper. Department Website: www.atlantaga.gov/Government/Fire.aspx
Credit: Photo taken by Chad at email@example.com Took this picture in Atlanta Georgia. Unit in the picture is Atlanta Fire Rescue Department Paramedic Engine 2. Apparatus is a Spartan Quality Pumper. Department Website: www.atlantaga.gov/Government/Fire.aspx
Fire Engine Cannot Reach Fire Due To Illegal Parking , a photo by infomatique on Flickr. Three fire engines could not reach their destination as the road was blocked by a number of cars parked on double yellow lines.
Putting out fires , a photo by The U.S. Army on Flickr. rmy Pvt. 1st Class Lucas Ternell, a volunteer firefighter, and a member of the 20th Military Police Company, Maryland National Guard, puts out a small debis fire in the yard of a house fire in Salisbury, Md., Aug. 27. Ternell was aboard Rescue 16, which was one of several fire and rescue engines that reported to the fire inside a residential neighborhood. Guard members and civilian first responders are providing area support during the Hurricane Irene response. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Darron Salzer
Firefighter training in Djibouti, August 2011 , a photo by US Army Africa on Flickr. Alfonso Bravo, Camp Lemonnier Fire Department firefighter, drags a 1-¾ inch attack line hose during an aircraft fire training scenario, Aug. 27. The Fire Department conducts routine training exercises to maintain skill proficiency. Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Jarad A. Denton
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge engine , a photo by U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Northeast Region on Flickr. Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge engine Laurel, MD: Firefighters and equipment from Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge helped with a controlled burn at Patuxent National Research Refuge. Credit: Catherine J. Hibbard/USFWS www.fws.gov/northeast/refuges/fire