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Ground Ops

Wildlife Museum Fire ‘surprised everyone’

Kathy Clay was making the best of her Sunday on-call shift, cooking up blueberry-mint jam in a copper pot from her Hoback home when...

SDG&E Announces Arrival of UH-60 and Tactical Command Center to Fight Summer Fires

San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) added another asset to their already powerful firefighting operations that will work in unison with San Diego County's...

Crews Battling 2 Blazes West of Nephi in Juab County

NEPHI, Utah, Aug. 4, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — Crews are battling two wildfires burning west of Nephi both on the ground and in the...

Fire burns 11,000 acres in Nebraska

A wildfire April 22nd burned 11,000 acres near Thedford, Nebraska threatening at one point to spread to buildings in the community.

Aerial firefighting 2016 returns to Australia

Bushfires are a blight on Australia’s rural communities and are now increasingly threatening city limits, Sydney being recently headlined when in 2013 New South Wales experienced a series of bushfires which swept through an area of 290,000 acres, destroyed 248 buildings and cost A$94 million.

CAL FIRE’S Ken Pimlott interview in Sacramento

Interview with the State of California’s Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) Chief Ken Pimlott, 22 March 2016, on the first day of the Aerial Fire Fighting Conference, Sacramento, CA.

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