Jet-tank combination blows out fires

05/29/2014 | Gizmodo Australia

Two Mig 21 jet engines mounted on a tank chassis serve as a means to literally blow out oil-well fires. The Big Wind was originally developed by Hungarian engineers as a quick means of decontamination in the event of a chemical or biological attack. In use against fires, the jet engines suck water from a nearby source and thrust a cooling supersonic mist over the blaze.

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