The last time a fire fighting vessel caught fire was in the 1960s.
But firefighting vessels have become more advanced in recent decades thanks to the efforts of the military and firefighting equipment makers.
The last time an American firefighting craft caught fire on a ship was in 2010.
But it wasn’t until a U.S. Marine died in an accidental explosion aboard a U-2 spy plane in the 1980s that the United States started requiring firefighting ships to carry thermal imaging cameras, which can detect flames at a distance and can detect the presence of toxic chemicals.
The fire fighting vessels that now carry the thermal imaging technology are the latest technology to catch fire.
Firefighting vessels can be armed with a variety of different weapons, including: smoke grenades and flare guns, heat-seeking missile launchers, and fire extinguishers.
What do the sensors look for?
The sensors on firefighting vehicles are capable of tracking temperature readings, humidity readings, and other types of readings.
The sensors are also able to distinguish between smoke, water, and carbon dioxide.
The infrared sensor can detect smoke, carbon dioxide, and smoke particles.
Firefighters can also remotely operate the smoke detection and control systems.
In addition to detecting the presence or absence of toxic substances, the sensors are able to identify and differentiate between smoke particles and non-smoke particles.
They can also detect the temperature and humidity of the vessel.
Are firefighting systems more expensive than traditional firefighting?
No, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
“The cost of purchasing a firefighter’s equipment is lower than the cost of buying firefighting supplies,” said Kevin A. Pascrell, the president of the National Association of Fire Protection Administrators.
It is also not true that the cost to buy firefighting gear is much higher than that of firefighting kits.
For instance, the National Institute of Standards and Technology estimates that a single firefighting kit is worth $7,500.
If the cost for firefighting was lower, the equipment could be cheaper to buy and operate, Pascoll said.
Why do some firefighting ship companies refuse to buy new equipment?
Most firefighting companies are not willing to spend money on equipment that may be less efficient, Piscrell said.
Some firefighting agencies have chosen to stop purchasing new firefighting products because they find them less effective than existing equipment, Pisser said.