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110th Firefighters conduct flashover training

110th Attack Wing, Civil Engineering Squadron, Firefighters conduct Flashover training Saturday, January, 9, 2016, Thornapple Township Fire Station, Middleville, Mich.  In total fifteen firefighters participated in the flashover training, flashovers normally occur at 930 to 1100 degrees Fahrenheit, gases form at the ceiling of a structure, and suddenly ignite causing the entire ceiling to be on fire.  The 110th Fire Department is working closely with our local communities to increase hands on training and enrich our local partnerships.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Timothy Diephouse/released)

110th Attack Wing, Civil Engineering Squadron, Firefighters conduct Flashover training Saturday, January, 9, 2016, Thornapple Township Fire Station, Middleville, Mich. In total fifteen firefighters participated in the flashover training, flashovers normally occur at 930 to 1100 degrees Fahrenheit, gases form at the ceiling of a structure, and suddenly ignite causing the entire ceiling to be on fire. The 110th Fire Department is working closely with our local communities to increase hands on training and enrich our local partnerships. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Timothy Diephouse/released)

110th Attack Wing, Civil Engineering Squadron, Firefighters conduct Flashover training Saturday, January, 9, 2016, Thornapple Township Fire Station, Middleville, Mich.  In total fifteen firefighters participated in the flashover training, flashovers normally occur at 930 to 1100 degrees Fahrenheit, gases form at the ceiling of a structure, and suddenly ignite causing the entire ceiling to be on fire.  The 110th Fire Department is working closely with our local communities to increase hands on training and enrich our local partnerships.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Timothy Diephouse/released)

110th Attack Wing, Civil Engineering Squadron, Firefighters conduct Flashover training Saturday, January, 9, 2016, Thornapple Township Fire Station, Middleville, Mich. In total fifteen firefighters participated in the flashover training, flashovers normally occur at 930 to 1100 degrees Fahrenheit, gases form at the ceiling of a structure, and suddenly ignite causing the entire ceiling to be on fire. The 110th Fire Department is working closely with our local communities to increase hands on training and enrich our local partnerships. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Timothy Diephouse/released)

110th Attack Wing, Civil Engineering Squadron, Firefighters conduct Flashover training Saturday, January, 9, 2016, Thornapple Township Fire Station, Middleville, Mich.  In total fifteen firefighters participated in the flashover training, flashovers normally occur at 930 to 1100 degrees Fahrenheit, gases form at the ceiling of a structure, and suddenly ignite causing the entire ceiling to be on fire.  The 110th Fire Department is working closely with our local communities to increase hands on training and enrich our local partnerships.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Timothy Diephouse/released)

110th Attack Wing, Civil Engineering Squadron, Firefighters conduct Flashover training Saturday, January, 9, 2016, Thornapple Township Fire Station, Middleville, Mich. In total fifteen firefighters participated in the flashover training, flashovers normally occur at 930 to 1100 degrees Fahrenheit, gases form at the ceiling of a structure, and suddenly ignite causing the entire ceiling to be on fire. The 110th Fire Department is working closely with our local communities to increase hands on training and enrich our local partnerships. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Timothy Diephouse/released)