U.S. Marines work with civilian firefighters to put out a fire on a mobile aircraft firefighting trainer at the San Diego International Airport.


U.S. Marines with Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting, Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, conducted mobile aircraft fire fighting training alongside San Diego County firefighters at the San Diego International Airport in San Diego California, July 10. The Marine and local firefighters both need training and certifications to be able to perform the emergency and non-emergency events that occur on a daily basis. “This training exercise is for our folks to get the basic skills that they need to be able to handle the emergency instances down at Lindbergh Field,” said Colin Stowell, the fire chief with San Diego Fire-Rescue…


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