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December 7, 2012

Smoke out


Glendale Fire Department firefighters work on the roof of a building during smoke out training Nov. 29 held at Luke Air Force Base. Luke firefighters performed joint rescue operations training with local fire rescue providers to better coordinate combined efforts during a real emergency.

 

Glendale Fire Department firefighters spray water into a building to suppress a simulated fire during training.

 

Phil Pompa, Glendale firefighter, descends a ladder holding a K-12 fire rescue saw during training. Luke firefighters perform joint rescue operations training with local fire at least once a month.




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