Fairfax County Fire & Rescue Department Photography
This rusted frame is all that's left of this camper after the recruits got their hands on it.
This nameless recruit patiently waits for the next exercise.
Recruit Perez learns what happens when you use a water extinguisher on a pool of burning gasoline and diesel fuel.
Recruit Lefever readies her SCBA for the next burn.
If you have a better way to learn how to put out carfires other than lighting one on fire...
Instructors prepare for the next practice burn.
CO2 extinguishers are a little more effective
The 120th recruit class has spirit, yes they do, they go spirit, how 'bout you?
The Instructor claimed it was possible to put out the gas fire with the water extinguisher... I think he just made it angry.
Ladder coming through!
Venting the roof looks cooler with a serendipitous light leak.
An Instructor guides Recruit Welch closer to the carfire.
Firefighting can be fun.
They may not look it, but these chemical extinquishers are quite effective.
I miss the fun stuff that happens when you hit the end of a roll of film.
Carfires are nitoriously stubborn creatures.
If you're going to learn how to use them, you're going to need a lot of them.
This is what we're going to do.
Suit up and let's do this!
Fire looks awesome on reversal.
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I took a ton of pictures while working at the Fairfax County Fire & Rescue Academy. My favorites were always the ones I shot on whatever film sto Read More
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