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TM5-4210-229-14&P Section Ill. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS Para. Para. AFFF Vessel Recharge Procedures  ..................2-24 Operation of Lighting and Vision Equipment ........ 2-12 Driving the Vehicle .............................................2-9 Operation of Rear Handline ................................. 2-21 Dry Chemical Vessel Recharge Procedures .......2-25 Operation of Remote Turret  ................................ 2-20 General..............................................................2-5 Operation of Rescue Saw .................................... 2-15 Mobile Operation of Twin Agent 4x4 Operation of Siren/Public Address System .......... 2-13 Firefighting Truck ............................................... 2-7 Post Operational Procedures  .............................. 2-22 Nitrogen Cylinder Replacement Procedures. ......2-26 Scope .................................................................. 2-6 Operating Procedures ........................................2-18 Shutdown ............................................................ 2-10 Operation of Accessory Firefighting Stand-By Mode Procedures  ................................ 2-19 Equipment .........................................................2-11 Starting the Engine .............................................. 2-8 Operation of 10 Ton Hydraulic Rescue Tool ....... 2-17 System Shut-Down After Operation Operation of Hydraulic Rescue Tool ...................2-16 Procedures ..........................................................  2-23 Operation of Inverter .......................................... 2-14 2-5. GENERAL. a. The following instructions are for the information and guidance of personnel responsible for the proper op- eration of the Twin Agent 4x4 Firefighting Truck. b. The operator must know how to perform every operation of which the  firefighting truck is capable. This sec- tion contains instructions on the mobile operation of the  firefighting truck, and on coordinating the basic op- erating procedures to perform the specific tasks for which the  firefighting truck was designed.  Since nearly every firefighting operation presents a different problem, the operator may at times vary given procedures to fit the individual situation. 2-6.   SCOPE. Operating instructions are divided into the following categories: a. Mobile  Operation.  Information  and  instructions  for  starting  and  driving  the  firefighting  truck  under  normal conditions. b. Operation of Accessories. Operation and use of lighting and vision equipment, siren, etc. c. Operating Procedures. Equipment operating instructions for the Twin Agent 4x4 Firefighting Truck. d. Post  Operational  Procedures.  Basic  checks  and  services  of  the  firefighting  truck  immediately  after  a  fire- fighting mission. 2-7. MOBILE OPERATION OF TWIN AGENT 4x4 FIREFIGHTING TRUCK. Mobile  operation  of  the  firefighting  truck  is  similar  for  conventionally  equipped  4x4  diesel  trucks.  The  vehicle  is equipped with hydraulic power steering and air brakes. An automatic 4-speed  transmission,  with  a  4-wheel  drive feature is also provided. Controls and instruments necessary for mobile operation and  firefighting are within easy reach of the drivers normal seated position. These controls and indicators are illustrated and described in figures 2-2 through 2-5. 2-55

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