Stepping up to the heat

Incirlik Air Base firefighters from Engine 12, second run pumper, run the hose to the fire training facility during an exercise Nov. 20. The Incirlik firefighters conduct structural fire exercises quarterly. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Kelly LeGuillon)

Incirlik Air Base firefighters from Engine 12, second run pumper, run the hose to the fire training facility during an exercise Nov. 20. The Incirlik firefighters conduct structural fire exercises quarterly. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Kelly LeGuillon)

Incirlik Air Base firefighters from Engines 12 and 13 respond to a fire during an exercise Nov. 20. Incirlik firefighters conduct structural fire exercises in their new training facility quarterly. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Kelly LeGuillon)

Incirlik Air Base firefighters from Engines 12 and 13 respond to a fire during an exercise Nov. 20. Incirlik firefighters conduct structural fire exercises in their new training facility quarterly. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Kelly LeGuillon)

Incirlik Air Base firefighters from Engine 12 and Engine 13 begin to enter the fire training facility while responding to a call during an exercise, 20 November. The fire training facility is designed for Incirlik firefighters to conduct exercises and can reach temperatures as high as 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Kelly LeGuillon)

Incirlik Air Base firefighters from Engine 12 and Engine 13 begin to enter the fire training facility while responding to a call during an exercise, 20 November. The fire training facility is designed for Incirlik firefighters to conduct exercises and can reach temperatures as high as 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Kelly LeGuillon)

INCIRLIK AIR BASE, Turkey -- Incirlik opened its new structural fire training facility and began training. 39th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters from Engine 12 and Engine 13 begin fire training facility by responding to a call during an exercise Nov. 20. The fire training facility is designed for Incirlik firefighters to conduct structural fire exercises and can reach temperatures as high as 1,200 F.