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Firefighters train using KCC's mobile Aircraft Rescue Firefighting trainer.Please note: The Kellogg Community College ARFF Program has been discontinued. Effective June 30, 2017, no ARFF training or related services will be provided. KCC is currently selling its ARFF trainer and related equipment. Click here to view the sale listing or to bid. For more information, please contact Workforce Solutions Director Levi Good at goodl@kellogg.edu.

ARFF training images are available for download for use by the media via our KCC ARFF training photos Dropbox. For higher-res images or additional files, please email Digital Marketer/Writer Simon Thalmann. Photos should be credited to Kellogg Community College.

ARFF Training Press

Moffett Field Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) Training

“Firefighters from Moffett Field, Palo Alto, and San Jose participate in an airplane crash training at Moffett Federal Airfield. This simulates an aircraft fully engulfed in fire, which the Crash Rescue teams have to put out, then enter the aircraft, recover any victims, and safely exit.”

Phoenix aircraft rescue firefighters brush up on their skills

“Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport makes passenger safety a priority. Their hardworking aircraft rescue firefighting team were in training today to prepare for any type of aircraft crash. So far, the training has paid off since the FAA has found Phoenix hasn’t violated a single regulation in seven years. Reporter Thuy Lan Nguyen gives us an insider look into their exercise.”


Phoenix firefighters train for airport disaster

“More than 120 firefighters spent Monday going through a series of potential possibilities including evacuating an airplane, a plane on fire and a jet fuel fire.”