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By Hinkkanen @ 2006-03-21 15:14:59
Burned aircraft remains at Philadelphia International Airport, likely been used for fire training.
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@ 2007-03-08 00:22:41
That's a Aviation Fire Training Simulator. You can find one on almost every US Air Force Base.
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@ 2013-01-13 08:22:51
Actually you can find them at almost every major airport. It's not really an aircraft, but steel shaped to represent it. Those simulators are controlled by a remote which controls the amount of flame can be used, usually propane or natural gas is used.