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    The Drop – Innovation is the Key

    Some would say that the fire season is off to a slow start. I know, that's like saying the 'Q' word as a first...

    New Chief Pilot in the North

    The sound of aircraft engines echoing over the vast forests and lakes of northern Saskatchewan dates back to 1924 when the Royal Canadian Air...

    Down to the Last Drop!

    By Sam Digiovanna I love the fire service – so much specialized apparatus and equipment and so many expertly trained personnel to carry out the...

    Pilot Profile – Kyler Burke

    Growing up on Catalina Island in Southern California, helicopters became a mainstay in Kyler Burke's life at an early age. His mother owned a...

    Fighting Fires in the Brazilian Sugar and Alcohol Complex

    Produtiva Aeroagrícola is an aerial application company located in São Joaquim da Barra, in the northern state of São Paulo, Brazil. Although unknown to...

    Falconer Holds Firefighting Event

    Argentinian Firefighting company Falconer held their first-ever aerial firefighting event in May of 2022 in Argentina that saw one hundred attendees, of which roughly...

    Smooth is Fast

    By James Williams There is an idiom that says, “Slow is smooth. Smooth is fast.” The expression was made famous by special operations soldiers to...

    CO Fire Aviation – Training for the Future

    CO Fire Aviation held their annual company training at the end of April 2022 at their facility at the Fort Morgan Municipal Airport, where...

    Bridger Aerospace Donates Twin Commander to Museum of Flight & Aerial Firefighting

    MONTANA - Bridger Aerospace this week donated a piston-powered Rockwell Twin Commander previously used by the company as an air attack platform. The plane...

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