Training begins with a classroom session familiarizing
students with all aspects of aircraft rescue Firefighting, utilizing modern
technology along with the knowledge and experience of our instructors.
Training consists of realistic crash conditions using an
actual aircraft. Rescue situations involve fire and smoke as well as the
difficulties associated with removal of injured passengers and crew from a
The Aircraft Rescue Firefighting Simulator can be
configured differently providing demonstrations of numerous emergency
conditions. Incidents including actual crash conditions, rescue missions,
victim extrication, fuel fires, fuel spills, and many other conditions can
be simulated for effective training.
The utilization of an actual aircraft provides insight into the
structural features, locations of the various components, and the limited
This 12-passenger aircraft represents the size of
aircraft usually associated with regional airports. Practice of coordination
with multi department response could prove invaluable in improving overall
fire ground skills and activities, as well as strengthening mutual aid
The CCC Aircraft Rescue Firefighting Simulator allows the
unit to be readily moved from one location to another for extended training
with surrounding area departments.