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Live fire evolution video taken at the Fort Buchanan Fire Department training facility, 2 August 2013. During this session members from different firefighting organizations in Puerto Rico convened to fulfill their annual live fire training requirements. The temperatures inside the box ranged from 300 to a top 675 degrees Fahrenheit; Sorry for the video shots; it is hard to conduct the session & take the video simultaneously; will get better the next time. Members were able to experience fire behavior (3 phases out of 5) in its essence, and the benefits of conducting a coordinated ventilation / fire suppression effort.

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