Tuesday a civilian worker testing an alarm system had an epic fail and releases tons of fire suppression white foam. The incident took place in a hangar housing 12 Black Hawk helicopters at the Army National Guard base in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The good news is that the fire suppression system works really well the bad news is the shut-off valve for the system is located in the hangar and no one could find it under all the foam.

The other good news is that the Black Hawk helicopters that cost taxpayers some 5.9 million dollars each did not suffer any damage. The cockpits were closed and all of the high tech systems did not get covered in foam.