Aerial Firefighting Training in Redding, CA

USFS and CAL FIRE team up for training

 

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Stephanie Schmieding, ActionNewsNow

REDDING, Calif. (ActionNewsNow) – Starting Monday, firefighters will learn how to supervise air attacks during a training in Redding.

The U.S. Forest Service is teaming up with Cal Fire for an aerial supervision course at the Redding Air Attack Base and the Northern California Training Center.

Fighting fire from the air is extremely hazardous, according to authorities. MORE

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USFS and CAL FIRE team up for training     Stephanie Schmieding, ActionNewsNow REDDING, Calif. (ActionNewsNow) – Starting Monday, firefighters will learn how to supervise air attacks during a training in Redding. The U.S. Forest Service is teaming up with Cal Fire for an aerial supervision course at the Redding Air Attack Base and the […]

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