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|A green fire training mock-up at London Heathrow International Airport. If you measure how wide it is...that's one wide plane. =)||10/16/2006||477|
|A plane in a pit. Most likely used for fire emergency training.||07/03/2006||359|
|The peterson AFB fire training plane. ||10/26/2006||382|
|The on-airport Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter Training Center is a regional training facility of airport based fire fighters featuring safe, realistic, and mission-critical emergency training.|
|This ex-Air New Zealand Boeing 767 was stripped off all useable parts and moved here for fire fighting training. |
Last Registration: ZK-NBJ
|This aircraft stationed here in Albuquerque is used as a fire practice plane.||07/04/2006||513|
|The Alouette II is a light helicopter originally manufactured by Sud Aviation and later Aérospatiale of France. The Alouette II was the first production helicopter to use a gas turbine instead of a conventional heavier piston engine. |
It was mostly used for military purposes in observation, photography, air/sea rescue, liaison and training but it has also carried anti-tank missil...
|Stored and used for apprentice training since 1972. In July 1989 the plane was painted into Lufthansa's new colors. It is still preserved at the LH maintenance area, Frankfurt Airport.||08/22/2006||400|
|Here some fire-fighting trucks with a helicopter landing strip||09/05/2005||274|
|... and a helicopter that looks like it about to take off||12/09/2005||502|
|Found this helicopter in flight over Tempelhof airport. Notice the helicopter's shadow up to the NE.||04/01/2006||415|
|Erickson Air-Crane Incorporated is an aircraft manufacturing and operating company based in Central Point, Oregon, United States. They are known for producing the S-64 Aircrane helicopter, which is used in wildland fire suppression and other heavy-lift operations. |
Originally the Sikorsky S-64 Skycrane, the type certification and manufacturing rights for the S-64 were purchased f...