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080215-N-3415O-001 (Feb. 15, 2008) PEARL HARBOR, HI Damage Controlman 1st Class (SW) Delbert Corbin, an instructor at the Center for Navy Engineering Learning Site, Pearl Harbor observes Sailors from HSL-37 during a training exercise on a Mobile Aircraft Firefighting Training Device at the Navy Region Hawaii Federal Fire Department.  The Federal Fire Department will host the Navy training for the next seven months while the fire-fighter trainer at Pearl Harbor is renovated.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Michael O’Day (Released)

080215-N-3415O-002 (Feb. 15, 2008) PEARL HARBOR, HI Sailors from HSL-37 receive instruction from Damage Controlman 1st Class (SW) Delbert Corbin and Damage Controlman 2nd Class (SW/AW) Manuel Ford, instructors at the Center for Navy Engineering Learning Site, Pearl Harbor during a training exercise on a Mobile Aircraft Firefighting Training Device at the Navy Region Hawaii Federal Fire Department.  The Federal Fire Department will host the Navy training for the next seven months while the trainer at Pearl Harbor is renovated.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Michael O’Day (Released)

080215-N-3415O-004 (Feb. 15, 2008) PEARL HARBOR, HI: Sailors from HSL-37 receive instruction from Damage Controlman 1st Class (SW) Delbert Corbin, an instructor at the Center for Navy Engineering Learning Site, Pearl Harbor during a training exercise on a Mobile Aircraft Firefighting Training Device at the Navy Region Hawaii Federal Fire Department.  The Federal Fire Department will host the Navy training for the next seven months while the trainer at Pearl Harbor is renovated. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Michael O’Day, Released)

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Posted by Michael on February 16, 2008

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