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Tucson International Airport's Triennial Drill
Tucson International Airport's Triennial Drill
To comply with the requirements of FAR Part 139, Tucson International Airport (TUS) conducted a full scale emergency exercise on March 8, 2017. The Triennial Drill focused on an “Active Shooter” scenario, and was designed to test the Tucson Airport Authority’s emergency response and management capabilities in the aftermath of a major terminal event. This far reaching drill involved airport authority team members, multiple tenants, law enforcement agencies, military and government agencies, and extended to mutual aid partners and hospitals. Everyone had an opportunity to practice their role in this event, and the outcome of this exercise was to identify what went well, and to document lessons learned for future improvement.
 
Release Date: 06/11/2017
Duration: 9 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1667-1706
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ARFF Apparatus Rollover
ARFF Apparatus Rollover
William Swarthout, firefighter for the City of Oakland, reviewed their ARFF apparatus rollover that occurred on June 24, 2014. He discussed what went right and lessons learned.
 
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Release Date: 06/09/2017
Duration: 20 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1666-1706
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Leadership and Investigation at a Military Crash Part 1
Leadership and Investigation at a Military Crash Part 1
A wreck of a fighter jet is not just a pile of scrap. It contains ammunition, HAZMAT and classified material and most important in this case; it contained very important evidence material that was crucial to the work of the crash investigation team. Lars Anderson, Fire Chief/Chief Sergeant Major, Fighter Wind Skrydstrup, Royal Danish Air Force, reviewed the investigation of a F-16 crash in the Atlantic Ocean. He was the on scene commander responsible for recovering the wreck and the evidence material. Part 1 of 2.
 
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Release Date: 05/22/2017
Duration: 20 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1665-1705
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