Training to be the best. On military bases across America, you’ll find countless service people training on Fire Facilities steel structures. They’re using the best resources available, training to hone their skills.
At more than 30 U.S. Air Force bases nationwide, Fire Facilities has steel fire towers positioned to support the training needs of service men and women. The Captain at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. The Deputy Chief at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida. The Lieutenant at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois. The Battalion Chief at Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico. The list goes on and on.
“We’re incredibly proud that our American-made fire training towers and buildings have been chosen as the best possible equipment for training our service people,” says Aaron Adams, president of Fire Facilities, Inc. “Knowing that our troops are depending on our structures to help them gain the skills and talents they need is very humbling … and extremely rewarding.”
Made to Train the USA
In addition to training facilities spread across the nation on U.S. Air Force bases, Fire Facilities also proudly acknowledges nine structures located on U.S. Navy stations, including the U.S. Navy Fire & Emergency Services in Corpus Christi, Texas; U.S. Navy Norfolk Naval Station in Portsmouth, Virginia; U.S. Navy Meridian Naval Air Station in Meridian, Mississippi; and the U.S. Navy Southwest Region Fire & Emergency Training Center in Coronado, California.
“These training facilities need first-class structures for rigorous daily training,” says Adams. “We’ve provided them with dependable buildings that last year-after-year.”
For other branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, Fire Facilities has provided The Volunteer to the U.S. Army Pine Bluff Arsenal in Arkansas, The Mobile Trainee for the U.S. Coast Guard Petaluma Training Center in California and The Assistant Fire Chief for U.S. Army base at Fort Benning in Georgia.
“There’s not one aspect of the U.S. military that is not using a Fire Facilities structure,” according to Adams. “We’re incredibly proud to create facilities that help support and train our service people for fine-tuning the skills they need to protect our country in unique situations.”