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Over 200 firefighters with the U.S. Forest Service, Orange County Fire Authority, Cal Fire, and local San Diego County agencies gathered on Camp Pendleton, Calif. to participate in wildfire firefighting methods training, June 5, 2017. This training is conducted to further enhance their abilities to effectively and efficiently combat wildfires. Significant wildland fires throughout San Diego County in October of 2007 lead officials to seek a partnership between military and civilian aviation and firefighting assets to better manage crisis aboard regional military installations and in the surrounding communities. Since then, Camp Pendleton security and safety agencies, and local departments have been working together to streamline response and integrated communication efforts to provide ready, trained and certified military and civilian resources to combat wildland fires in the region, culminating with a cooperative effort to extinguish wildland fires.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Michael LaFontaine)
170605-M-LH960-556.JPG Photo By: Lance Cpl. Desiree D King

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Jun 8, 2017
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Over 200 firefighters with the U.S. Forest Service, Orange County Fire Authority, Cal Fire, and local San Diego County agencies gathered on Camp Pendleton, Calif. to participate in wildfire firefighting methods training, June 5, 2017. This training is conducted to further enhance their abilities to effectively and efficiently combat wildfires. Significant wildland fires throughout San Diego County in October of 2007 lead officials to seek a partnership between military and civilian aviation and firefighting assets to better manage crisis aboard regional military installations and in the surrounding communities. Since then, Camp Pendleton security and safety agencies, and local departments have been working together to streamline response and integrated communication efforts to provide ready, trained and certified military and civilian resources to combat wildland fires in the region, culminating with a cooperative effort to extinguish wildland fires. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Michael LaFontaine)


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