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Utah National Guard Wildland Firefighting

U.S. Army Utah National Guard Detachment 2, Company C, 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 171st Aviation Regiment from West Jordan, Utah, practices wildland fire fighting by dropping water over West Jordon, Utah on April 17, 2012. Fire fighting Aircraft means support of the fire fighters on the ground from aircraft in the air. Aircraft can access steep, rocky or unsafe areas before ground forces are able to gain entry (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Stephany D. Richards)(released)


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