To ensure the foam fire suppression system actually worked before bringing aircraft into its new helicopter maintenance training facility, safety personnel at the Fort Indiantown Gap Army Reserve base in Pennsylvania performed a full scale test of the emergency equipment. But I can’t understand why no one is running through that hangar like a kid in Willy Wonka’s factory.
The foam is typically used in facilities where there are highly flammable liquids, as it helps to smother mixtures like fuels so that oxygen can’t reach and feed a fire. But in this case there’s no actual fire, so the hangar looks like it’s filled with whipped cream cannons run amok. It’s just too bad the military frowns on having fun.