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European Fire Suppressant Tested Stateside for First Time Ever at Rifle Garfield County Airport

Rifle Garfield County Airport played host Monday to the nation’s very first exhibition of a fire suppressant common to Europe. Burning brush piles collected from...

Mechanized Birds: Wildland Firefighting With Drone Intelligence

The robotic birds of the sky, known colloquially as drones, were a menace to the wildland firefighting community. The mere appearance of a recreational...

Going to the Birds to Prevent Hazardous Strikes

Promising research suggests UV lights mounted on helicopters and planes drive birds away from aircraft…and danger. By Jim Tise, FAA The FAA is researching new and...

The Drop – It’s Been a Rough Few Months

They say that death is a part of life; we all know that is how the circle goes. However, it does not make the...

Remembering the Fallen

Saturday, July 16th, 2022, will long be remembered as a dark day for the Bernalillo County, New Mexico Sheriff’s office as reports began to...

The Dangers of Misinformation in Wildland Fire Aviation

The Balance of Cost versus Benefit Wildland fire agencies have a huge reliance on the private sector to provide the assets and many times the...

Quick Reaction Force Deploys in California

For the second consecutive year, three Southern California fire departments — Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA), Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD), and Ventura...

Field Tests Help Prepare NASA Tech for Fire Season

Even before the summer’s hottest, driest weather has arrived, wildfires have taken a heavy toll in some parts of the U.S. This spring, in collaboration...

Portugal Enters “Acute Firefighting Stage” With €52 Million Budget

Almost 13,000 firefighters, 3,602 teams, 2,822 vehicles and 60 ‘aerial assets’ Portugal’s acute firefighting stage began on July 1 with a budget of €52 million,...

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