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Atsugi's New Mobile Structural Fire Trainer




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AYASE, Japan (March 18, 2013) – Ayase firefighters demonstrate how the new mobile structural fire trainer will be used at the fire training site on Naval Air Facility Atsugi. The state-of-the-art live-fire trainer can be configured for structural purposes, search & rescue and confined-space rescue scenarios which will be used to train firefighters of other naval installations as well as local Japanese firefighters within the Kanto plain. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Vivian Blakely)

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