Atari 2600 Black Firefighters Firefighter Moves source Engage article Ataru: Firefighters move from the sky to the street, to the house, to an office building, and from one building to another.
But one of the most difficult tasks faced by an emergency responder is the time required to move from one place to another, which can be very, very long.
As a result, many firefighting teams in the US are currently in the process of relocating from locations across the country to locations near their headquarters.
In the United Kingdom, which is the largest firefighting jurisdiction in Europe, the Department of Fire and Rescue (DFR) has been looking for a solution to help firefighters in the UK, and in a press release on Wednesday, the department announced it has purchased an aircraft that can “move in a matter of seconds”.
The Airbus A320-200 is a new design that will be able to move to the new, “supercritical” airframes, which allow firefighters to move in the air for long periods of time without having to be in the aircraft’s cab.
The aircraft, called the “A380”, is the first in a fleet of more than 400 that the DFR hopes will allow them to move quickly and easily from one location to another to respond to fires and other emergencies, said the DFr.
It will be used for “critical incident response, in response to catastrophic events, and firefighting missions”.
The plane’s main selling point, however, is the fact that it has a “super critical engine”, which means it can withstand up to 150,000 BTUs of fuel and temperatures as high as 400C, allowing it to “fly with the wind” for long stretches of time.
“A supercritical engine, which will be a standard on all A380s, will allow the aircraft to travel at speeds up to Mach 3, the speed at which a jetliner will fly,” the DF R added.
At the time of the announcement, there was speculation that the new A380 could replace some of the existing planes in the DFRs fleet.
The DFR’s announcement was made during a visit to the company’s base in Manchester, which houses a number of aircraft used to support other departments.
A spokeswoman for the company told Engadge that the aircraft was not available for purchase until the next year, but that the “project is still on track”.