MacDill AFB Firefighters Get Hands-On Training with BullEx Vehicle Fire Training Prop

MacDill Air Force Base Fire Department in Tampa, Florida welcomed the delivery of their BullEx Vehicle Fire Training Prop. The live-fire prop features multiple burn zones that create engine, passenger compartment, fuel spill and tire fires. Constructed of industrial gauge steel, the portable fire training prop will instruct the MacDill AFB firefighters in proper vehicle fire approach and suppression techniques.

“We knew that the Air Force needed a vehicle fire prop that would be tough enough to withstand their rigorous training demands,” said BullEx C.E.O. Ryan O’Donnell. “We’re honored that they trusted BullEx to provide the realism and intensity that they required in a training prop.”

MacDill Fire Department, fully supported by the United States Air Force, operates out of three fire stations and provides mutual aid to the Tampa Fire Department and Hillsborough County Fire-Rescue.

Currently, hundreds of US sites all around the globe, in places from Alaska to Afghanistan, are using BullEx safety training tools.