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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] HE WANTED US TO REMIND YOU FIREFIGHTING ENGINEERS THAT IT'S TIME TO BLOW OUT YOUR TACTICAL FIRE FIGHTING TRUCKS (TFFTS) AND HEMTT-BASED WATER TENDER TRUCKS (HEWATTS) BEFORE THE COLD WEATHER HITS.
The Army's current approach is to take mid-grade officers and noncommissioned officers (NCO) from the operational force with tactical Fires experience and assign them to corps/theater Fires cells, BCDs, GLDs or RLDs; then expect them to excel at planning and executing joint Fires at the operational level.
During training, the firefighters used the M1142, the newest tactical fire truck, as well as hoses, personal protective equipment and self-contained breathing apparatus.
This tactical fire direction system entered service with the US Army in the mid-1980s, and an export version known as Litacs is currently used by the armies of Thailand and Taiwan.
When cold weather temperatures fall below freezing, you must blow water out of the pump and pipes in your M1142 tactical fire fighting trucks (TFFTs)
He has more than 32 years of service, 22 of which have been in the Fire Support Software Engineering Division where he worked on the Tactical Fire Direction System (TACFIRE), produced the first fielded FA system written entirely in Ada, and led the Fire Support Software Engineering Division to achieve the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute's highest rating for Capability Maturity Model Integrated.
Selected to review new equipment training for future firefighters on the newly developed Tactical Fire Fighting Truck (TFFT) and verify the training materials, SFC Reinhardt provided significant input during this process.
Navy, General Dynamics also holds contracts for designing, developing and supporting the Trident Tactical Fire Control System and for providing engineering services related to the Trident Inertial Guidance System.