Firefighting machines, also known as fire fighting machines (FAMs), are a variety of modern aircraft which can be powered by either natural gas or electricity.
There are several types of FAMs.
Fire Fighting Machines (FFMs) are a very common aircraft in India.
They are equipped with an engine to produce steam and electricity.
FAM engines are often powered by coal.
The engines are powered by steam generated by the propellers, and the engine itself is made from a composite material such as steel, aluminium or concrete.
The aircrafts main purpose is to perform firefighting operations.
Fire fighting machines are also known for their versatility.
The FPMs are able to operate in various weather conditions and in different weather zones.
They can also be used in the air, ground, on land, and underwater.
FPM aircraft can also operate at altitudes ranging from 20,000 ft. to 50,000 feet.
They have also been used for aerial reconnaissance, surveillance, and reconnaissance of enemy activity.
FFM aircraft can carry a total of five passengers.
The average FFM is about 60 feet in length and can carry between 10 and 25 passengers.
This is one of the largest categories of FPM in the world.
FNM’s are a popular option for commercial airlines in India, and they are also used by many defence and security agencies.
FNMs, or Ground Fighting Aircraft, are also widely used by air traffic control and other government agencies.
Ground FNM are more common in military installations.
They carry three to four passengers.
These are usually armed with a machine gun, rocket launcher or other types of weapons.
The size of these aircraft is about 10 feet in diameter and weigh about 80,000 pounds.
They also have a range of about 10,000 to 30,000 nautical miles.
FMs can carry two passengers.
FGM, or Flying Military Aircraft, have a maximum of three passengers and are more commonly used by the army.
These aircraft are also often equipped with rocket launchers and machine guns.
They weigh about 70,000 and are mostly used by Indian army.
The number of FGMs and FNMS in the country has grown rapidly in recent years.
The Indian Air Force has an FGM-18 in service with the Air Force of India.
This aircraft can fly at altitude of 15,000ft and reach a maximum speed of Mach 3.2.
The total number of air combat aircraft in the Indian Air force is about 7,000.
The Air Force also has a fleet of FNM-21 aircraft, which are about 1,500 each.
These have a height of 6,000feet and can reach altitudes of 35,000, 50,0000 and 100,000nautical miles respectively.
The fleet also has two FNMP-1s, one of which can carry up to eight passengers.
Two more FNMs are also in service.
One is an FNM for the Air India aircraft.
The other is an Air Force FNM, which is also in active service with India’s Air Force.
FMA and FNM pilots are generally required to be physically fit and fit with a helmet and a parachute.
There is no special training for pilots in FMA or FNM.
There also are no special requirements for FMA pilots, apart from the requirement for a minimum of 30 hours training a year.
FNAV, or First Naval Aviation, are the Indian Navy’s aircraft that can carry helicopters.
They range in length from 12 feet to 19 feet and weigh approximately 100,0000 pounds.
These can carry four helicopters, two helicopters with two pilots and two helicopters armed with two rockets.
There’s also a third aircraft which is the FNAM.
These planes can carry three helicopters, four helicopters with one pilot and two rockets and can also carry an aircraft with one helicopter and a helicopter armed with rockets.
India also has FNAS, which can also ferry troops, supplies and other items.
These include artillery and artillery rockets, ammunition, supplies, ammunition and ammunition stores, etc. India has about 60 operational aircraft, ranging from FSM to FNAVs.
The main aircraft in Indian Air Forces is the Indian A400M Super Hercules, which carries the air superiority fighter jet.
There have been a number of upgrades in Indian air force aircraft over the years.
There were also improvements in the fuel and propulsion systems.
Indian Air Defence Force has also developed several air defense systems such as the Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AEWCS), the Advanced Electronic Counter-IED System (ADCS), and the Advanced Counter-IS and Advanced Electronic Survivability System (ACEVS).
In addition, India has the Indian Aviation Security Forces, the Air Service and Air Force Anti-Surface Warfare Forces.