As the battle over the deadly wildfires raging across California heats up, a new term for the phenomenon is being thrown into the fray.

In the firefighting world, a firefighting term is just one word that can describe a broad spectrum of firefighting activities.

For example, a term for a firefight is a team of firefighters, who are working together to extinguish fires, and a term to describe an evacuation is a group of people who are going to be out of their homes and leaving.

While the fire fight terminology is not new, there is a growing push in the fire science community to rebrand the term firefighting as a broader term.

And that push is likely to intensify this weekend as hundreds of firefighters gather in San Diego for the annual Fire Science Festival, where speakers will speak about how firefighting is evolving and how to adapt to changing fire conditions.

The term firefight, or firefighting, is an umbrella term for firefighting tactics that are used by a broad range of organizations in the United States, and includes the following:The firefight refers to a group or individual who enters a fire and manages the fire until it is contained.

The firefighter is a part of a team that is responsible for the fire fighting effort.

Firefighters are often called on to battle multiple fires simultaneously and are required to wear protective gear and carry breathing masks, while others are called in to protect structures.

In addition, firefighters are usually on the ground and not allowed to stay in vehicles while fighting fires.

In a fire fight, firefighters must stay close to the fire to protect against smoke inhalation and heat exposure.

They are also expected to help with the evacuation of people from the area.

The concept of fire fighting has evolved over the years.

In the 1970s, it was more of a technical term used to describe a crew of skilled firefighters that helped fight a fire in a confined space.

In recent years, firefighting has taken on a broader meaning, as more and more people in the U.S. have been forced to evacuate their homes because of the drought.

The U..

S., which has been hit by a drought and heat wave, has seen some of the worst wildfire conditions in its history, with the worst wildfires in California raging for two weeks.

As the flames spread, people were forced to flee their homes as much as 60 miles away.

The U.K., which also suffered from extreme drought conditions, also has seen severe wildfire conditions.

Some firefighting techniques involve fighting fires in remote areas where there is little or no infrastructure to support the fire.

In those situations, fire fighters can be in close proximity to the flames, but they are not required to be on the scene.

In contrast, in urban areas, where there are a lot of structures and power lines, firefighters can be close to a blaze but must be there for the safety of people in buildings, said Stephen J. Tulloch, director of the Fire Science Lab at Cal State Northridge.

“Firefighting is the art of fire,” Tullock said.

“Firefighting does not have to be about getting out of a burning building or getting to a burning house, and it does not need to be in the middle of an emergency or be fighting in the midst of an inferno.

It’s about the fight.”

While firefighters are often referred to as fire fighters, Tullos said firefighting encompasses a wide range of fire-fighting techniques.

Firefighting is a broad term that encompasses many different types of firefighters.

The most common firefighting technique involves firefighters going in and using equipment to fight a blaze.

It includes water cannons, air tanks and jet skis, and some firefighters are also using heat and smoke machines.

A water cannon is a small water cannon with a hose that is used to create a mist that is sprayed into the fire and is used for the purpose of extinguishing the fire, Troloch said.

The jetski is a high-speed aircraft that has been used for fire fighting for many years, Trolls said.

The jetski can move at speeds up to 40 miles per hour.

In order to fight fires, firefighters use equipment, like breathing masks and protective gear, to help them fight the flames.

Tulloch said firefighters must have a fire extinguisher, as well as a plan to use it in case of an active fire.

Trolock said firefighters can also use their water cannons to get rid of smoke from their equipment.

“It’s the best way to extinguishing a fire,” he said.

Troloch and Tullok said the term is important for firefighters to understand what is happening in the environment around them.

They said it can be confusing and confusing to firefighters who are not familiar with how the fire affects the environment.

“A firefighting team is just trying to save people and property,” Trolos said.

“The fire is a complex problem, and if you don’t understand it, you’re not going to do the job