Also in 1941, so-called "quick commands" were formed. They had the task of "decisive intervention in combating dangerous creation fires to support self-defense". By speedy deleting of the origin of fires, the objectives should complicates the attacking enemy aircraft. With the Decree of 3 March 1943, the Chief of Police announced that he had no objections against an equipment of quick commands with C (120 m) hoses, standpipe, transition piece B/C, etc.. "The question of procurement was cleverly bypassed:"
(...) in the LS city Nuremberg-Fürth 30 as planned asked quick commands were available in August 1942. They were the ls of section commands (SAK) "Closed overlay used" available in groups of 4 - 6 commands.
(...) The use of quick commands in Nuremberg was very successful at least in the years of 1942-43. In the air raid of 28/29 August 1942, these units have experienced their first baptism of fire. Individual quick commands were used up to dreißigmal
(...) Some commands participated in salvage operations of cattle and agricultural equipment, another helped actively with in salvage of buried people. In the following nights, the quick commands in combating fires flaring up intervened. After this attack, the Chief of Police pointed out the value of quick commands:
(...) To sum up, it can be reported that the quick commands have once again demonstrated its value.
(...) The Hitler Youth split at the quick commands has established with indefatigable zeal and great energy. Many Hitler boy repeatedly volunteered for voluntary use.
(...) The quick command had a strength of 2 police officers (of which 1 driver), 3 SHDMännern and 6 young people from the Hitler youth fire brigade. Especially purchased heavy passenger cars were used for the transport. The unloading equipment (shovels, hoes, sand bucket, slings, air injection, flashlights and later also 2 protection shields against splitter and splashes of incendiary bombs) was in a Einachsanhänger with led.
(...) The use of quick commands in Nuremberg was very successful at least in the years of 1942-43.
(...) At the latest in February 1943, a part of Nuremberg quick commands with hydrant equipment was fitted. On the night of 25/26 February 1943, it managed to delete a larger Dachstuhlbrand a quick command in the Saalfeld-Rudolstadt Brook road, with the self-security forces could not be. The fire could be deleted by using a C-line. In the first nights after the attack quick commands were used by phosphorus fires in turn to the upper monitoring, the regular forces of the FE were not needed. 14
At the beginning of the war the quick commands should be used even during or immediately after an air raid. Primarily, they should fight the fires of creation and self-defense support. From 1943 me "Hydrant equipment" equipped they were dependent on a functioning collective water supply. The common total water supply or low piping back, but above all let go the original enthusiasm for this form of"intervention" and the tendency to the increasing impact of the attacks even during the attack on the road, quickly decline. The quick commands were probably disbanded in the course of the year 1944 throughout the Empire, and probably also in Nuremberg. It was itself under the circumstances no longer be responsible for sending aid and fire fighting forces in the bombing of the increasing waves into and thus pointless to sacrifice.