Flames are extinguished after an airplane catches fire while landing on an aircraft carrier.
United States USA Date:1960 Duration:4 min 33 sec Sound:Yes
Firefighting methods installed to fight a fire aboard the deck of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier. Aircraft lands aboard the deck of the carrier. Foam and water lines laid aboard the deck. Men in fire proximity suits stand by for pilot rescue in case of a fire. Aircraft catches fire while performing landing operation. Foam and water lines sprayed to put off the fire. Men in fire proximity suits rush to evacuate the pilot. The pilot pulled off from the burning cockpit. Aircraft lands on the deck and emits smoke. Firefighters spray water and foam in the bomb-bay of the aircraft to prevent an explosion in the aircraft's ammunition. Firefighting devices installed in hangar space of the carrier such as water-foam hoses, sprinkler system, hangar water curtain system, and metal fire doors. Scenes of firefighting abroad the aircraft carrier. Aircraft explodes while landing.
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