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Discover and learn fireman tricks and help the bird to extinguish the hidden fire which was set by the devil black clouds. Have fun and test your accuracy and cleverness in the logic puzzle game. Have Fun!
Do you enjoy to clean up after yourself or others, and do you also like to play free online flash games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free online Fireman Tricks web game right now. Am I correct? ;)
Click R to reset level, fire with space, and movement with arrow keys.
According to WikiPedia a deluge gun, fire monitor, master stream or deck gun is an aimable controllable high-capacity water jet used for manual firefighting or automatic fire protection systems. Deluge guns are often designed to accommodate foam which has been injected in the upstream piping. Deluge guns are often fitted to fire boats, tug boats, and on top of large fire trucks for use in manual firefighting efforts, where they can be aimed and operated by one firefighter and are used to deliver water or foam from outside the immediate area of the fire. Deluge guns are sometimes installed in fixed fire protection systems to protect high hazards, such as aviation hangars and helicopter landing pads. Most apparatus-mounted deluge guns can be directed by a single firefighter, compared to a standard fire hose which normally requires several. Deluge guns can be automatically positioned for fixed systems, or may have portable designs. The latter option enables a firefighter to set up the gun to apply water to a blaze, before leaving it in place to attend to other tasks.
The goals of firefighting are in order of priority: personal safety, saving victims' lives, saving property, and protecting the environment. As such, the skills required for safe operations are regularly practiced during training evaluations throughout a firefighter's career. In the United States, the preeminent fire training and standards organization is the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Often initial firefighting skills are taught during a local, regional, or state approved fire academy.