A Kyrgyz fire fighter using a water cannon of an AA-60 fire engine



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English: Manas International Airport firefighter Stas Suleymanov demonstrates to Airmen the use of the Kyrgyz AA-60 fire engine water canon using water pumped from a 376th Air Expeditionary Wing fire truck. The 376th AEW fire department routinely trains with their MIA and other Kyrgyz counterparts. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Daniel Nathaniel) VIRIN: 070225-F-6504N-002
Date 25 February 2007(2007-02-25)
Source http://www.manas.afcent.af.mil/; gallery; exact source
Author Master Sgt. Daniel Nathaniel


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