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The airport is located on GA-316 approximately one mile ___________ of the GA-20 intersection. The


The airport is located on GA-316 approximately one mile east of the GA-20 intersection. The

The airport consists of approximately _________ acres.

The airport consists of approximately 500 acres


The airport is comprised of __________


south, Gwinnett Progress Center to the north, and the Alcovy River to the east. The airport is comprised of a single east-west runway, parallel taxiway, and a system of connecting taxiways.

The closed runway, which lies to the north of the active runway, has been converted to a____________________


The closed runway, which lies to the north of the active runway, has been converted to a taxiway.

Aircraft tie-down areas are located on both the ______________________side of the airport.


Aircraft tie-down areas are located on both the north and south side of the airport.

The existing__________-foot runway is capable of accommodating most corporate and general aviation aircraft in operation today. A control tower is currently operating at the airport. The control tower is located


The existing 6021-foot runway is capable of accommodating most corporate and general aviation aircraft in operation today. A control tower is currently operating at the airport.

Control tower details:


Location and hours

A control tower is currently operating at the airport. The control tower is located on the south side of the airport and is in operation daily from 0700 hours to 2100 hours.

Airport Incident Terminology:


Air traffic Control

Air Traffic Control The airport radio control center for aircraft that is staffed by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) personnel.


Airport Incident Terminology:


Aircraft Accident

Aircraft Accident An occurrence during the operation of an aircraft in which any person involved suffers death or serious injury or in which the aircraft receives substantial damage.



Airport Incident Terminology:


Aircraft incident

Aircraft Incident An occurrence, other than an accident associated with the operation of an aircraft, that affects or could affect continued safe operation if not corrected. An incident does not result in serious injury to persons or substantial damage to aircraft.



Airport Incident Terminology:


Alert One (1)

Alert One (1) This stage of an aircraft emergency exists when an approaching aircraft is experiencing minor difficulty and emergency assistance has been requested for “standby” only. All units respond non-emergency status.



Airport Incident Terminology:


Alert Two (2)

Alert Two (2) This stage of an aircraft emergency exists when an approaching aircraft is experiencing major difficulty and immediate emergency assistance has been requested. All units respond emergency status.



Airport Incident Terminology:


Alert Three (3)

Alert Three (3) This stage of an aircraft emergency exists when an aircraft has crashed on or near the airport and emergency personnel and equipment are required immediately. All units respond emergency status.

how many staging areas are there total?

There are 4 (On Property) staging areas and 4 (Off Property) staging areas.



What is considered “On Property” in reference to Staging areas?


“On Property” is considered to be any declared aircraft incident within the property boundaries of the airport.

What is considered “Off Property” in reference to Staging areas?


“Off Property” is considered to be any confirmed aircraft down within or near a 3 mile radius of the airport.

Where are the On Property Staging Areas:


1. Staging Area 1 – Airport Road at Progress Center Way


2. Staging Area 2 – Cedars Road at Highway 316


3. Staging Area 3 – 500 Briscoe Boulevard


4. Staging Area 4 – 600 Briscoe Boulevard


Where are the Off Property Staging Areas?

1. Staging Area 1 – Highway 124 at Hi-Hope Road


2. Staging Area 2 - Hurricane Trail at Hurricane Shoals Road


3. Staging Area 3 – Buford Drive at Industrial Park Drive


4. Staging Area 4 – Sweetgum Martins Chapel Road at Alcovy Road

The first arriving ________________or ______________ will report to the control tower and serve as the IC

The first arriving Truck Company or Battalion Chief will report to the Control Tower to serve as Incident Command. The Incident Commander will be able to communicate directly with Control Tower personnel.

Aircraft Accidents/Incidents


Arrival Procedures (On Property)




For aircraft accidents on airport property (On Property), all units responding from north of Highway 316 or via Highway 316 shall report to_______________________



For aircraft accidents on airport property (On Property), all units responding from north of Highway 316 or via Highway 316 shall report to [Staging Area 1].




1. Staging Area 1 – Airport Road at Progress Center Way




These assignments can be changed at the discretion of the Incident Commander.

Aircraft Accidents/Incidents


Arrival Procedures (On Property)




Units responding from south of Highway 316 shall report to ________________________

Units responding from south of Highway 316 shall report to [Staging Area 3]. These assignments can be changed at the discretion of the Incident Commander.




3. Staging Area 3 – 500 Briscoe Boulevard



These assignments can be changed at the discretion of the Incident Commander.

For Alert 1 and 2 alarms, units will remain at the staging area until_____________


-The tower must have__________________ before vehicles can be cleared across runways or taxiways.


For Alert 1 and 2 alarms, units will remain at the staging area until notified by Incident Command to proceed. The tower must have radio contact, via the FAA radio, before vehicles can be cleared across runways or taxiways.

For Alert 3 alarms, the first arriving engine shall report ____________________________. All other units will _________________________


For Alert 3 alarms, the first arriving engine shall report directly to the scene of the accident after verifying the airport has been shutdown. All other units will stage in their assigned staging areas and await further assignment from Incident Commander.

While operating on airport runways and taxiways, What should be done with your lights?

While operating on airport runways and taxiways, ensure all emergency lights are operating.

Arrival Procedures – (Off Property)




The first arriving _____________or__________________ will report to the Control Tower to serve as Incident Command.


The first arriving Truck Company or Battalion Chief will report to the Control Tower to serve as Incident Command

Arrival Procedures – (Off Property)


When can the location of the command post be changed?

If there is a confirmed incident location, the location of the command post can be changed.

For aircraft accidents off airport property: All units will respond to ___________________


For aircraft accidents off airport property: All units will respond to the closest staging area in their response route. They will report their location to the Incident Commander and await further


-This will eliminate units searching blindly for the incident.

Arrival Procedures – (Off Property)



If there is a confirmed incident location, the closest unit will respond where and do what?


This will eliminate units searching blindly for the incident. If there is a confirmed incident location, the closest unit will respond to that location for size up and then additional assignments will be made.

The dispatch assignment for all alert levels shall consist of the following:

A. Three (3) Engines


B. 1 Ladder


C. Squad 20


D. Haz-Mat 20


E. 1 Rescue Unit


F. Tanker 20


G. 1 Battalion Chief


H. District Commander

-How many five (5) gallon buckets of Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) are stored on location?




Fourteen (14), five (5) gallon buckets of Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) are stored

-Where is the Foam Storage Area on location?

600 Briscoe Boulevard on the A/B corner of the building.

-How do you get into the foam storage area?

knox box key

-How is the Foam Storage Area room labeled?

The door has a knox box key and is marked “Fire Department Foam.”

-How do you get it back to the incident location with the Foam, once you have located the room??

There is a “Gator” in the hangar area of the building and can be used to transport foam to where it is needed.

There are two types of aircraft crashes:

A. One with survivors on the aircraft.


B. One with no survivors on the aircraft.

What type of aircraft crashes are the easiest to manage, in terms of fire extinguishment, E.M.S. and extrication requirements.

The crashes that have no survivors usually are the easiest to manage, in terms of fire extinguishment, E.M.S. and extrication requirements.

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A. The first Engine Company should __________________

A. The first Engine Company should assume command and assist escaping passengers and/or provide an escape path for the escaping passengers by using foam to cut a path through the burning flammable liquid from the escape exit door to a safe area outside the burning flammable liquid

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What if foam is not initially available?

use large volumes of water


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Protect the aircraft _________ from direct flame impingement since fire can burn through fuselage how fast?.

Protect the aircraft fuselage from direct flame impingement since fire can burn through fuselage within 60 seconds.

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For (On Property) incidents, the closest hydrants are marked on the (On Property) map.


do the hydrants meet our 5” capacity?

For (On Property) incidents, the closest hydrants are marked on the (On Property) map. All hydrants exceed your 5” capacity and you should plan for this.

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B. Get an interior attack line _______________ as soon as possible without interfering with the escape of the passengers. Fire intensity will require the use of at least what size lines?

B. Get an interior attack line inside the aircraft as soon as possible without interfering with the escape of the passengers. Fire intensity will require the use of at least 1¾" handlines.

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Provide interior __________ as fast as possible inside the aircraft. Most victims who die inside survivable aircraft crashes die of______________. Use PPV fans or fog hose streams to

Provide interior ventilation as fast as possible inside the aircraft. Most victims who die inside survivable aircraft crashes die of smoke inhalation.

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Use _________ or ______________to ventilate. Pressurize from what area and provide ventilation exit in fire area.

Use PPV fans or fog hose streams to ventilate. Pressurize from unburned area and provide ventilation exit in fire area.

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Ventilation should be started at the same time as _____________________, if possible.

Ventilation should be started at the same time as the attack lines are put into operation, if possible.

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Aircrafts have common attic spaces, large open cargo areas where?


-and ____________ that can have running fires in these confined spaces.


-Consider using ___________ to reach fire inconfined spaces or any interior where interior attack lines cannot be placed into position for whatever reason.

Aircrafts have common attic spaces, large open cargo areas (in belly), and sidewalls that can have running fires in these confined spaces. Consider using penetrating nozzles to reach fire in confined spaces or any interior where interior attack lines cannot be placed into position for whatever reason.

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E. Use ladders at the_____________ or other accessible points. Large aircraft may require aerial ladders to reach access points.

E. Use ladders at the aircraft wing or other accessible points. Large aircraft may require aerial ladders to reach access points.

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F. Obtain primary and secondary____________.

F. Obtain primary and secondary all-clears.

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H. Request that ___________ secure the scene and assist in the control of the ambulatory passengers. Have them provide a holding area for them until groups can be assigned.

H. Request that the Police Department secure the scene and assist in the control of the ambulatory passengers. Have the police provide a holding area for them until groups can be assigned.

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I. Initiate both_________and__________groups as soon as possible.

I. Initiate both fire and medical groups as soon as possible. Establish groups for both sides of the

Tactical Benchmarks:


Where should the fire and medical groups be established?

Establish groups for both sides of the aircraft to protect the escape routes and manage the evacuated passengers.

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what are some additional groups that should be established on scene of an aircraft crash?

Establish groups to address scene lighting, extrication, treatment, transportation and site safety.

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What should be done with all flammable liquids on scene?

Keep all flammable liquids covered with a foam blanket to prevent ignition.

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Be aware that large aircraft have enough_______________ running through the aircraft to kill a person and/or ignite flammable liquids.

L. Be aware that large aircraft have enough electrical power running through the aircraft electrical lines to kill a person and/or ignite flammable liquids.

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_______________ can cut through protective clothing and hose lines.

M. Jagged metal parts of the aircraft can cut through protective clothing and hose lines.

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what are the specifics on cutting into the fuselage of an aircraft?




What is the best place to cut?



N. To cut into the fuselage of an aircraft, use the wing area to work from. The best place to cut is around windows, doors and the roof area.

Tactical Benchmarks:


Do hurst tools work well on aircraft metals?

Hurst tools and pry bars do not work well on aircraft metals due to the lack of solid supports to work against.

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What are special precautions to be taken when using saws for extrication?

If saws are used for extrication or ventilation, arcing and sparking will need to be suppressed with water/foam from hand lines. A good blanket of foam must be maintained on the flammable liquids area.

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Be aware that aircraft have numerous _______________ that can cause serious injury if cut or broken.

Be aware that aircraft have numerous high-pressure hydraulic lines that can cause serious injury if cut or broken.

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Always have a _____________ to protect all personnel who will be working inside the spilled flammable liquid areas.

P. Always have a safety back-up crew with charged and staffed hose lines in place to protect all personnel who will be working inside the spilled flammable liquid areas.

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how must all personnel working as a back-up team be dressed?

All personnel working in these areas shall be fully turned out with protective gear, with S.C.B.A. facepiece on.

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What should be done on the scene to permit easy movement of emergency equipment, particularly for Medic Units going to hospitals.

Have police secure a route in and out of the incident site to permit easy movement of emergency equipment, particularly for Medic Units going to hospitals.

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R. Do not allow any overhaul operations to take place until what has occured

R. Do not allow any overhaul operations to take place until all investigative agencies are through, unless needed to suppress fire.

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Be aware that large aircraft have _________________on board that can explode, become missiles and/or accelerate the spread of fire.

S. Be aware that large aircraft have oxygen cylinders on board that can explode, become missiles and/or accelerate the spread of fire.

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is it ok to assume there are no survivors if the scene is a horrible site?

Never assume that there are no survivors of the aircraft crash. Get primary and secondary all-clears.

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is it ok to consider a defensive mode of operation?

U. Consider adopting a defensive mode of operation, protect personnel and exposures.

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V. Command should notify _______________

V. Command should notify the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).

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Have an _________________report to the Command Post.

Have an airport and/or airline representative report to the Command Post.