On April 30, 2019 at 1900, the members of the Cooper Street Cadets came to the Tacoma Boulevard Station for an Extrication Demonstration. During the month of April, the Cadets went and visited all of the fire stations in Deptford and each crew at the each specific station did an extrication of a vehicle for the cadets. At the Tacoma Boulevard Station, the demonstration would involve the cadets and they would some hands on of the equipment carried on Squad 921. The scheduled vehicle for the demonstration did not make it so the crews used Squad 921 as the target vehicle. The brief lecture was on vehicle stabilization for the extrication process. The group was shown the Paratec Struts that are used for a vehicle that is on its side or on its roof. The group actually got to handle the struts and used Squad 921 and set up the struts. The lecture continued with the use of the Step Cribbing and the group got to stabilize a dumpster using the step cribbing. The lecture continued with the group setting up cribbing using 4×4, 2×4, and wedges. The group was shown how to set up a “box crib” and each member set up the box crib. Once this was completed, the crew from Squad 921 demonstrated the Paratec Airbag carried on the Squad. The Cooper Street Cadets were given refreshments afterwards. A special Thank You to Lieutenant Len Steen and the adult advisors for allowing the Crew of Squad 921 to participate in the training with the cadets.