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Gearing upGearing up
Gearing up

Senior Airman Ronald Haynes, a firefighter with the 919th Civil Engineer Squadron, tightens down his gas mask before entering a simulated burning building during a fire exercise March 7 at Duke Field. The exercise, performed as part of the Unit Compliance Inspection, had the firefighters secure the scene, put out the fire, evacuate victims and set up a triage. The entire scenario lasted less than 15 minutes, with two teams entering the building and evacuating two simulated victims. U.S. Air Force photo / Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.
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Posted: 3/8/2009

Water pressureWater pressure
Water pressure

A firefighter checks the hose to ensure it is full of water before entering a simulated burning building during a fire exercise March 7 at Duke Field. The exercise, performed as part of the Unit Compliance Inspection, had the firefighters secure the scene, put out the fire, evacuate victims and set up a triage. The entire scenario lasted less than 15 minutes, with two teams entering the building and evacuating two simulated victims. U.S. Air Force photo / Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.
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Posted: 3/8/2009

Going inGoing in
Going in

A firefighter with the 919th Civil Engineer Squadron, opens the door of a simulated burning building as two hose-teams prepare to enter during a fire exercise March 7 at Duke Field. The exercise, performed as part of the Unit Compliance Inspection, had the firefighters secure the scene, put out the fire, evacuate victims and set up a triage. The entire scenario lasted less than 15 minutes, with two teams entering the building and evacuating two simulated victims. U.S. Air Force photo / Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.
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Posted: 3/8/2009

Evacuating the victimsEvacuating the victims
Evacuating the victims

Senior Airman Brandon Sherouse and Staff Sgt. Ronald McCoy carry out a victim from a simulated burning building during a fire exercise March 7 at Duke Field. The exercise, performed as part of the Unit Compliance Inspection, had the firefighters secure the scene, put out the fire, evacuate victims and set up a triage. The entire scenario lasted less than 15 minutes, with two teams entering the building and evacuating two simulated victims. U.S. Air Force photo / Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.
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Posted: 3/8/2009

Waiting for wordWaiting for word
Waiting for word

A firefighter with the 919th Civil Engineer Squadron keeps water on the flame while a team evacuates a victim during a simulated burning building exercise March 7 at Duke Field. The exercise, performed as part of the Unit Compliance Inspection, had the firefighters secure the scene, put out the fire, evacuate victims and set up a triage. The entire scenario lasted less than 15 minutes, with two teams entering the building and evacuating two simulated victims. U.S. Air Force photo / Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.
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Posted: 3/8/2009

Waiting for wordWaiting for word
Waiting for word

Firefighters with the 919th Civil Engineer Squadron wait to see another team is needed to enter the building during a simulated burning building exercise March 7 at Duke Field. The exercise, performed as part of the Unit Compliance Inspection, had the firefighters secure the scene, put out the fire, evacuate victims and set up a triage. The entire scenario lasted less than 15 minutes, with two teams entering the building and evacuating two simulated victims. U.S. Air Force photo / Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.
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Posted: 3/8/2009

Moving the victimMoving the victim
Moving the victim

Senior Airman Timothy Henderson and Staff Sgt. David Jacobs, firefighters with the 919th Civil Engineer Squadron, transfer a victim to a gurney at the simulated triage area after evacuating him from the building during a fire exercise March 7 at Duke Field. The exercise, performed as part of the Unit Compliance Inspection, had the firefighters secure the scene, put out the fire, evacuate victims and set up a triage. The entire scenario lasted less than 15 minutes, with two teams entering the building and evacuating two simulated victims. U.S. Air Force photo / Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.
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Posted: 3/8/2009

Monitoring the situationMonitoring the situation
Monitoring the situation

Staff Sgt. David Davis, a firefighter with the 919th Civil Engineer Squadron, monitors the scene of a simulated burning building from the top of one of the fire engines during a fire exercise March 7 at Duke Field. The exercise, performed as part of the Unit Compliance Inspection, had the firefighters secure the scene, put out the fire, evacuate victims and set up a triage. The entire scenario lasted less than 15 minutes, with two teams entering the building and evacuating two simulated victims. U.S. Air Force photo / Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.
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Posted: 3/8/2009

Finishing upFinishing up
Finishing up

A firefighter removes his gear at the fire engine after a fire exercise March 7 at Duke Field. The exercise, performed as part of the Unit Compliance Inspection, had the firefighters secure the scene, put out the fire, evacuate victims and set up a triage. The entire scenario lasted less than 15 minutes, with two teams entering the building and evacuating two simulated victims. U.S. Air Force photo / Staff Sgt. Samuel King Jr.
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Posted: 3/8/2009

Hug for a heroHug for a hero
Hug for a hero

Captain Miriam Williams, 711th Special Operations Squadron, receives a hug from her father, Dr. Reddoch Williams, after arriving back from a 30-day deployment to Afghanistan. More than 30 members of the 919th Special Operations Wing were greeted by hundreds of family and wellwishers when they arrived at Hurlburt Field March 7. U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Jon McCallum.
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Posted: 3/7/2009

Fitness expansionFitness expansion
Fitness expansion

April Crooks, fitness center manager, demonstrates features of one of the facility's five new elliptical trainers for Trey Brock, a 919th Special Operations Wing student hire. The trainer is one of more than a dozen new machines the wing added to help its members expand their workout options and achieve their personal fitness goals. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Neely)
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Posted: 3/4/2009

Show n' tellShow n' tell
Show n' tell

FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. – As his son, David, watches, Tech. Sgt. Jefferson Sweet, a 919th Maintenance Squadron flight controls craftsman, uses a C-130 model to tell pre-schoolers at Calvary Christian Preschool about the Air Force Reserve’s airplanes and his job at nearby Duke Field. During the class’s show- and-tell portion, Sergeant Sweet shared with the children how he works on gauges and instruments on board Duke Field’s MC-130E Combat Talon I aircraft. The young group asked questions like how much fuel is used and how the engines work. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 2/28/2009

    

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