The world’s greatest aircraft tank nicknamed “Global supertanker” finally lives up to its name, and puts out fires all over the world. In the following video, you can see how it’s going on right from the cockpit window.
A massive Boeing 747 was the heavy approval process, and its first task was to extinguish the fire in Israel. In the video you can see already the next fire in Chile, the pilots maneuvered over a raging fire of hell. The chain of more than 100 forest fires captured most of central and southern Chile. Fires are raging for two weeks, and now the United States, Russia, France, and Peru have united in an international crisis response.
“Global Supertanker” acts of Santiago and carries up to 20,000 gallons of liquid, giving it on fire under a lot of pressure. Along with IL-76 Russian aircraft fire, they are fighting the huge fire that has destroyed more than 2,000 homes and took 11 lives.
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