Least Resistance Training Concepts

Volunteers Training for Emergencies


Updated March 8, 2019

2KW generator carried on Rescue-3.

2KW generators are carried on Rescue-1 and Rescue-3, and a 4KW generator is carried on the Special Operations Support unit.

On Rescue-1 the generator is portable and accessible via the lower front compartment.

On Rescue-3 the generator is accessible via the side door.

On Rescue-3 the generator is wired to an outside GFI receptacle.
The cable to the receptacle must be unplugged prior to removing the generator for field operations.

In the Special Operations Support Unit, the generator is on the forward right corner shelf.

In the Special Operations Support Unit, the generator exhaust vents through the side door.

Spare fuel is carried on the right outboard side of the Special Operations Support Unit.

NOTE: Doors have to be kept open when generators are running to disburse the exhaust.

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