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Yunnan Dali forest firefighting boarded “Cangshan Nineteen Peaks” to carry out winter training-Chinanews.com



The picture shows fire rescue personnel carrying out skills training.Photo by Man Dongfei



The picture shows fire rescue personnel carrying out weight-bearing marching training.Photo by Li Qiuqi

The picture shows fire rescue personnel carrying out weight-bearing marching training.Photo by Li Qiuqi

The picture shows fire rescue personnel performing weight-bearing mountaineering training.Photo by Li Qiuqi

The picture shows fire rescue personnel performing weight-bearing mountaineering training.Photo by Li Qiuqi

The picture shows fire rescue personnel performing weight-bearing mountaineering training.Photo by Chen Jiangong

The picture shows fire rescue personnel performing weight-bearing mountaineering training.Photo by Chen Jiangong

The picture shows firefighters climbing to Yingle Peak in Cangshan Mountain.Yingguang Wanshe

The picture shows firefighters climbing to Yingle Peak in Cangshan Mountain.Yingguang Wanshe

In winter, the top of Cangshan Mountain in Dali is covered with snow. Each of the nineteen peaks of Cangshan Mountain is above 3,500 meters above sea level. Due to the high altitude, the peaks are extremely cold. Recently, the Dali Prefecture Forest Fire Brigade in Yunnan Province has strengthened training in severe cold conditions, further consolidated and improved the team’s training quality and comprehensive emergency rescue capabilities, and pulled fire rescue personnel into the 19th Peak of Cangshan Mountain to carry out the “winter military training” activity. Combined with the winter training plan, this winter training is based on wild cliffs and rugged mountain roads, focusing on skills and tactics, physical fitness, and fusion training of old and new firefighters. Starting from actual combat needs, it organizes post-training for all staff and conducts various practical subjects. Training to comprehensively improve the comprehensive rescue capability.


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