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During this training session at the North Carolina Air National Guard training facility, members from the 156CES / Fire and Emergency Services demonstrated their firefighting skills combating an interior aircraft fire. The 156th Fire fighters were able to test the Air Force newest firefighting tool, the Rapid Intervention Vehicle P-34; this new vehicle has a capacity of 500 gl. of firefighting aggregate, two 200 feet hose reels, and a joystick operated bumper turret. Overall, this training session was a great opportunity for us to train with the Air Force newest tool, and a chance to become proficient on the job.

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