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ARFF Fire & Rescue Books List

Welcome to the ARFF Fire & Rescue Books List. Here you will find a number of books available on Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting. More books will be added periodically, and the Editor welcomes your new book submissions for this reference area.

FIRE SERVICE MANUAL
VOLUME 2 FIRE SERVICE OPERATIONS - AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS

This book is a compilation of revised and updated information found in The Manuals of Firemanship, Book 4 - Chapter 4. All of this material, plus much more information, is now compiled in it's own volume of timely and excellent information. Many full color photos and graphic diagrams highlight this well written book. Although it is focused on British operations and procedures, this book belongs in every airport and municipal fire service member's library.

Bound Paperback,
92 pages, 8 1/4 X 11 1/2

To order, contact: (For mail, telephone & fax orders only)
The Publications Centre
P.O. Box 276,
London SW8 5DT,
United Kingdom
Telephone orders / General enquiries +0870 600 5522
Fax: + 0870 600 5533


 
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"Emergency Rescue Access and Fire Fighting Procedures",
(Cessna Item # D5862-13, 7 July 1998 ).
This manual supercedes and replaces Manual D-5314-13 Dated 1 November 1994.
This manual produced by Cessna Aircraft Company covers the folowing Cessna Airplanes:
Piston Models: 310,T310, 320, 335, 340, 402, 404, 411, 414 and 421;
Propjet Models: 208,406,425 and 441;
Jet Models: 500, 501,525, 550,551, S550, 560, 560XL,650 and 750.
This manual is a MUST HAVE for any Fire Department that responds to a small airport that uses these Cessna aircraft.

To order by credit card, phone or write to:
Cessna Aircraft,
Attn: Becky Gillean,
Dept 751. P.O.Box 7706,
Wichita, Kansas 67277 (USA)
PRICE(US) $15.00

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AIRPORTS and AIRCRAFT FIRE PROTECTION,
FIRE FIGHTING and RESCUE TECHNIQUES
This 2nd Edition of Robert Docherty's standard work of reference deals with the measures necessary to provide adequate fire protection, fire fighting and rescue facilities at places where aircraft take off and land. It begins by categorising airports and aircraft from the viewpoint of those involved with preventing or fighting fires or rescuing people from fires in such places. New to this second edition, which has been thoroughly revised, are: a chapter on safety procedures for fueling aircraft for the transport of dangerous goods by air; and a chapter about airport fire services and the importance of minimizing response times.

As before, this important reference volume sets out minimum standards which could be applied to any airport, aircraft or rescue and fire fighting service in the world. It belongs on the bookshelves of all those having a working involvement with fire safety and aviation.

To order, contact:
The Institution of Fire Engineers (Publications) Ltd.
148 New Walk, Leicester LE1 7QB, United Kingdom
Tel: +0116 255 3654
Fax: +0116 247 1231
E-mail: book_orders@ife.org.uk
Web Site

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Florian Flughafen 61..
The Fire Departments of Rhein-Main by Reinhard Merlau
This is a unique hardcover publication describing two separate and distinct ARFF fire departments on duty at the Rhein-Main Airport of Frankfurt,Germany's biggest and busiest. It is the only German airport with shared military and civilian ARFF services. The book is a comprehensive history of the Rhein-Main Airport Fire Departments, packed with both black and white and color photos of the myriad of ARFF equipment from the past and present. In addition, there is a pictorial section showing experimental concept robot units and missile-launched firefighting drones.
Although the book is written in German,the author has provided a numerical listing of all photo captions with English translations, making it easy to follow. It is a most enjoyable book. Many action photos are provided, with complete illustrations of early USAF ARFF vehicles (including the HH-43 'Husky' helicopter), that is sure to bring back memories for the ex-USAF firefighter.

The book is available from:
Florian International,
P.O. Box 1241,
D-631 12 Dietzenbach/Germany.

AIRCRAFT RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING
addresses NFPA 1003
"Standards for Professional Qualifications for Airport Fire Fighters."
Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting addresses the requirements of NFPA 1003, Standard for Airport Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications (2005 edition). Additional material addresses the airport fire fighting apparatus covered in Chapter 9 of the 2008 edition of NFPA 1002, Standard on Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. Key parts of NFPA 402, Guide for Aircraft Rescue and Fire-Fighting Operations (2008 edition), and NFPA 403, Standard for Aircraft Rescue and Fire-Fighting Services at Airports (2008 edition), are also covered in this manual. Other materials included in this manual are those subjects included in the training requirements of Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) 139.315, 139.317, and 139.319..
5th Edition
Available from:
Fire Protection Publications, Oklahoma State University,
930 North Willis, Stillwater , Oklahoma 74078-8045
or call 1-800- 654-4055 or
FAX (405) 744-8204
Ask For Item 36523
 

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CRASH FIRE RESCUE CHARTS
Published by McDonnell Douglas Corp.
The book contains reduced copies of crash crew charts of wall-size color (except for the MD-90 which is black on white) charts used in classroom instruction for crash fire rescue (CFR) crews on McDonnell Douglas commercial aircraft.
Copies are available on request (by Airport Fire Chiefs or Training Officers only, on official letterhead) by contacting:
Technical Publications,
Commercial Product Support,
McDonnell Douglas Corporation,
3855 Lakewood Blvd.(Mail Code 2-98),
Long Beach, California 90846 (USA) ,
Tel: (310) 593- 66756
Fax: (310) 593-4533

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AIRPLANE RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING
INFORMATION FOR BOEING JET TRANSPORTS
The information contained in this document (No. D6-7829) depicts the Boeing Company's standard airplane configuration. No attempt has been made to include the many customer variables.
It includes the 707,720,727,737,747,757,767 and 777 Boeing aircraft.

This document is available by writing for price and availability on official letterhead to:
Boeing Commercial Airplanes,
Attention: Manager,
Customer Services and Material Support,
P.O. Box 3707 Mail Stop 2M-04, Seattle, Washington 98124 U.S.A.
Telephone: +( 206) 655-1131

MILITARY AIRCRAFT RESCUE BOOKS

Military Crash Rescue Manuals

  • AV-8B / TAV 8B Crash Rescue Manual
  • EF/A-18 Crash rescue Fire Fighting Manual
  • F-15 Crash Rescue and Fire Fighting Information
  • T-45 Crash Rescue Manual (not shown)

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The above military Crash Rescue Manuals are available to Crash Fire Rescue Service Training Officers of military airfields, or airfields serving these aircraft, by requesting them on official letterhead to:

McDonnell Aircraft Company
Flight Safety Engineering
Dept. 295, Bldg. 42, Level 3
St.Louis, Missouri 63166 (USA)
Telephone: + (314) 232-2427
FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT USAF FIRE PROTECTION HISTORY...
 
https://sites.google.com/site/usaffireprotection/home/PIONEERS (Cover).jpg?attredirects=0Mr. Douglas E. Courchene has written an excellent resource, "Pioneers With Intent, Memoirs of an Air Force Firefighter." 
 
Published by the Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency in 2003, an electronic edition was made available for free download and distribution in 2006.

It is available below unchanged and unedited in accordance with the copyrights.


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