Midewin Hotshots 2017

Video review of the 2017 wildfire season

 

 

Midewin Hotshots – Photos and Videos from the 2017 Fire Season. – 2017 Season

Summary:
9 Fourteen Day Assignments
1150 Average Overtime Hours
14 Days at Base
151 Days Assigned
1023 Saw Tanks
10,584 Acres Treated
107,014 Miles Driven

Photos and Videos By: Midewin IHC 2017 Crewmembers – Music By: Ryan Bingham – Country Roads Kaleo – No Good – Produced and Directed By: Mike Bittner October 2017

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Special Thanks to the family and friends of the 2017 Midewin IHC for their love and support! Thanks for watching!

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