If you want to burn something, use an atmosphere of pure oxygen. A closed combustion chamber full of oxygen at several times sea-level air pressure can combust just about any fuel.
Such logic is a given
Regular oxygen contains 2 atoms.
Ozone has 3 atoms.
I know ozone is more chemically active than regular oxygen, but can it support combustion?
Can it be stored in a pressurised cylinder or as a liquid, or does it decompose back into oxygen?