Idaho Smokejumpers

You’ll find them in the most rugged territory

 

On Final Productions – This video provides an overview of the McCall Smokejumper Program.

Smokejumpers are experienced wildland firefighters accessing wildfires via parachute jumps. Smokejumpers are primarily used for initial attack, often in rugged areas with limited road access. They are leaned on heavily in Alaska as the primary initial attack resource.

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You’ll find them in the most rugged territory   On Final Productions – This video provides an overview of the McCall Smokejumper Program. Smokejumpers are experienced wildland firefighters accessing wildfires via parachute jumps. Smokejumpers are primarily used for initial attack, often in rugged areas with limited road access. They are leaned on heavily in Alaska […]

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