Beginning in 2014, in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service, I immersed myself with Wildland Fire Incident Command Teams throughout the country. I slept in tents, on the grass, and in trucks with the many different units responsible for fire abatement, from the glamorous hotshots to the unsung radio dispatchers. Fires are remembered by the scope and scale of their destruction. My goal was to show the army that stopped them.
Outdoor tradition or dangerous, polluting, wasteful relic of the past?
The government contractor's latest filing indicates that the future of wildfire fighting could involve artillery shells
The strategy behind taming the province's biggest conflagration
A 747 jet gets converted into a fire-retardant-dumping airtanker, just in time for wildfire season
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