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Puerto Rico Air National Guard (PRANG) F&ES

Puerto Rico Air National Guard (PRANG) F&ES

My brothers in arms could not be left out; during the April Unit Training Assembly the 156CES/CEF completed a three hour session of vehicle live fires. This session objective was to present each member with a different aspect on live fires, and firefighting tactics. During the session several subjects were covered to include: hidden hazards of combustion, scene size up, fire suppression methods, overhaul, and victim rescue. To conclude, this session was made possible with the assistance of the Fort Buchanan Fire Department which provided the props in behalf of our benefit and proficiency growth of each PRANG fire fighter.

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