Firefighting teams from the fire fighting monitoring system, known as Firefighter Army, are the most visible members of the military’s combat teams.
The team, which has been in place since the 1990s, monitors the countrys fires and responds to emergency calls, as well as managing and controlling fires caused by natural disasters, terrorism, pandemic, etc. They have also played an important role in the response to wildfires.
Firefighting teams also are deployed to battle blazes, including those caused by wildfires, but are often not part of the response.
These military teams are usually deployed during an emergency.
The military is one of the most popular firefighting missions in the world.
According to the Department of Defense, the firefighting mission in the United States was once responsible for an estimated $8 trillion in lost revenue.
In 2018, there were 4,066,000 fires in the US.
Of those, 3,922,000 were caused by fires and 3,633,000 caused no injuries, according to a National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) report.
In 2015, the number of wildfires increased in every state in the country.
In 2017, there was a total of 5,738,000 wildfires, according the report.
The number of people who have died in wildfires increased by 23% in the last decade, according an NIAID report released last month.
According to NIAIDS, in 2016 there were about 1,700 fires per day in the contiguous United States, and there were 6,858,000 people who were at risk of fire death from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2019.
Firefighters are also part of emergency response efforts.
They are often deployed in response to natural disasters and emergencies.
In the United Kingdom, firefighters are part of an emergency response team that responds to fires that occur after a major blizzard.
In 2018, the British government deployed two firefighters to help fight blazes in England after the devastating floods of 2018.
The firefighting team is made up of firefighters, engineers, medical staff and police officers.
More than 2,000 firefighters responded to a blizzard in the British capital of London on September 2, 2018, according to the London Fire Brigade.
The firefighters had to wear breathing apparatus and masks and were forced to stay on their knees and to stand on trolleys.
Firefighters were able to fight the blizzard and protect the city for up to 24 hours.
In 2017, the UK deployed its second firefighting unit to help the fire and rescue service deal with the aftermath of a fire in the town of Luton, England.
The fire service received a call about a fire on a farm in the rural village of Linton, in the English county of Wiltshire.
The area was severely affected by a major fire and the village was left in ruins.
A fire broke out in a field in the village, which had just been converted into a retirement home for people who are in the care of the local council.
On the evening of September 8, a fire broke under a trailer in the same field, which was being used as a temporary shelter.
About 2,400 firefighters, including three firefighters from the Linton fire brigade, were sent to Linton to help.
Two of the firefighters died in the fire.
“In 2018 we were able for the first time to see the return of the Listan, an English fire fighter helicopter, in action,” the Firefighters Association said in a statement, according with the BBC.
“It’s been a huge success for the Listani and it has allowed us to focus on other areas of the country that need firefighting assistance.”
The firefighting units that are part in the fire fighting monitoring team are known as fire fighters.
The military also has its own teams that have been deployed to help with fires.
Some of these firefighting personnel are trained in the use of the air force, according to the NIAIDs report.
For example, the Air Force has its firefighting squad, the Fire Support Battalion, which are made up mostly of airmen and their training is designed to prepare them for fires.
This year, the Army deployed an extra firefighting squadron, the 4th Infantry Regiment, to support its fire teams.
While some firefighting members are deployed in support of the National Response Team, a team of the US Army’s National Guard, some of the other firefighting groups have been created to assist with the fire response.
“The National Guard is comprised of the National Guard’s firefighting and disaster relief personnel,” the NAAIDS said.
“These firefighting staff are trained to respond to fires and other emergencies.
They also have a proven track record of helping local communities to safely evacuate and secure their property.” “