As soon as I posted this I noticed the previos discussion on CAFS. I must not have been paying attention and missed that one. Anyway I still have questions so any new information for the question below would be appreciated.
We have CAFS on all of our engines. The sales people at Pierce did a good job of selling this stuff but we never had a training plan for tactical application. Also, we have not got a handle on how it affects our field hydraulics and classroom instruction for engineers. Have any of you had these same issues? Does anyone have SOP's and/or training programs that address this issue. Is there a subject matter expert out there who can teach us the appropriate time to apply CAFS, and when not to. I am a safety based tactical officer and want to do my part to reduce the 100. Any information and ideas are appreciated!