The design of the engine that drives the Firebirds’ engines, as well as other critical components, has changed considerably since the first Firebird flew.
As the engine ages, so too does the design of its systems, which are designed to survive an explosion, the release notes say.
“Designing a fire engine is no easy task, so it is important that we understand the processes that have led to the development of these engines,” the report says.
“The engine is built with a highly resilient, modular architecture and this allows for a highly flexible design.
It also means that it is possible to incorporate new systems into the design.
This allows us to add in a new engine design without having to change the overall design of our aircraft.”
Firebird engines were originally developed for military aircraft, but after the Second World War, they were also adapted to civilian use.
The report says that as fire engines age, they also need to adapt to the changing requirements of modern technology.
The most obvious change to the engine design is the need for a “more efficient exhaust gas system.”
The report also says that the engines’ fuel-cooling system has to be improved in order to avoid overheating, and that a more efficient cooling system is needed for the engines to cope with a greater volume of air than they were designed to handle.
“In addition, the Firebird engine is designed to take advantage of advanced safety technologies,” the document says.
It notes that the Firebolt-C is a very efficient engine and the engine is “comparable to the most modern piston engines” in the Firepower series.
The Firebird has been designed for the Air Force’s “advanced tactical, air-to-ground and air-defense needs.”
It also has a “high performance, low weight” engine that can “compare favorably” to other piston engines, according to the report.
The fire engines are expected to be in service sometime in 2026.