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Fire fighting personnel are also found in military headquarters and they are responsible for the protection of lives and properties, put off and control fire to protect military facilities, aircrafts and buildings. They are considered enlisted personnel in the chain of command.


The usual duties and responsibilities of Fire-fighters in the military include:

Take charges of fire fighting equipment, vehicles, pumps and hoses

Execute force entry to military aircrafts, building s and vehicles in order to put off fires and prevent the facilities from further damage

Maneuver fire fighting trucks, vehicles during fires

Take charge in giving first aid treatment to fire victims

Conduct inspections in military buildings to check which are already fire hazards

Execute repairs of firefighting equipment

Ideal traits

The field of study which is helpful in this kind of job in the military includes:

Willingness to stay cool in times of difficult situations

Skills to decide carefully and decisively

The will to risk lives in order to save other people

Training opportunities

Classroom instructions as well as actual experience in related jobs are ideal for training. Other course contents also include:

Learning types of fires and how to take control of them

Equipment operations in firefighting activities

Procedures and basics in first aid so that performance can be enhanced

Procedures and guidelines on rescue operations which is necessary to execute clear rescue operations in especially difficult situations

Work atmosphere

The Fire-fighters in the military work in offices in largest military facilities all over the world. They also work in the field during training and actual fire control when the need arise.

Non-military employment

The civilian Fire-fighters work in manufacturing and industrial plants which have firefighting vehicles, national and local government fire fighting units. Their jobs are only the same with that of the military.

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