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Cheyenne Mountain firefighters conduct flashover fire training

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION, Colo. – Firefighters with the 721st Civil Engineer Squadron evaluate how different amounts of oxygen affect how smoke and fire spread during flash over fire training at the base training area, Aug. 18, 2015. This type of training helps them prepare for flash over fires in real world situations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex)

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION, Colo. – Firefighters with the 721st Civil Engineer Squadron evaluate how different amounts of oxygen affect how smoke and fire spread during flash over fire training at the base training area, Aug. 18, 2015. This type of training helps them prepare for flash over fires in real world situations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex)

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION – Fire escapes through a vent during the 721st Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters’ flash over fire training at the base training area, Aug. 18, 2015. The new equipment allows them to contain a fire and experience how the smoke and fire react to different amounts of oxygen let into the small space. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex)

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION – Fire escapes through a vent during the 721st Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters’ flash over fire training at the base training area, Aug. 18, 2015. The new equipment allows them to contain a fire and experience how the smoke and fire react to different amounts of oxygen let into the small space. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex)

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION, Colo. – Firefighters from the 721st Civil Engineer Squadron enter their new training facility during flash over fire training at the base training area, Aug. 18, 2015. The new equipment is essentially a metal box that can contain a fire while firefighters evaluate how oxygen affects smoke and fire patterns. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex)

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION, Colo. – Firefighters from the 721st Civil Engineer Squadron enter their new training facility during flash over fire training at the base training area, Aug. 18, 2015. The new equipment is essentially a metal box that can contain a fire while firefighters evaluate how oxygen affects smoke and fire patterns. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex)

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION, Colo. – Firefighters with the 721st Civil Engineer Squadron exit the training facility during flash over fire training at the base training area, Aug. 18, 2015. The new training equipment allows them to see how oxygen interacts with fire and how it would affect a fire in real life. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex)

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION, Colo. – Firefighters with the 721st Civil Engineer Squadron exit the training facility during flash over fire training at the base training area, Aug. 18, 2015. The new training equipment allows them to see how oxygen interacts with fire and how it would affect a fire in real life. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex)

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION, Colo. –The firefighters from the 721st Civil Engineer Squadron complete flash over fire training at the base training area, Aug. 18, 2015. The flash over trainer was first installed around Sept. of last year and first used last Nov. This particular training completed the final certification for all 721 CES firefighters. This training allowed personnel to see how flames and smoke progress in and through any buildings on fire. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex)

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION, Colo. –The firefighters from the 721st Civil Engineer Squadron complete flash over fire training at the base training area, Aug. 18, 2015. The flash over trainer was first installed around Sept. of last year and first used last Nov. This particular training completed the final certification for all 721 CES firefighters. This training allowed personnel to see how flames and smoke progress in and through any buildings on fire. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Rose Gudex)

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