Least Resistance Training Concepts

Volunteers Training for Emergencies


Updated March 7, 2019

Large hammers are necessary for driving wedges, step chocks and freeing stuck parts. The rescue units carry large and small sledge hammers and the Special Operations Support Unit also carries a maul.

Conventional sledge hammer mounted on left wall, Special Operations Support Unit.

Maul mounted on right wall, Special Operations Support Unit.

The hammers on Rescue-3 are stored in the lower front compartment.

Large sledge hammer, Rescue 3.

10 Lb. sledge hammer stored in compartment door pocket.

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