Alaska Smokejumpers First Jump of the 2021 Fire Season

Smokejumpers head out to the Pilot Point Fire

 

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Alaska Smokejumpers loading up for the first fire jump of the 2021 Alaska fire season was caught on video on May 24, 2021.

The 12 BLM Alaska Fire Service smokejumpers flew 599 miles to the Pilot Point Fire that escaped the village dump and threatened this Alaska Peninsula.

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Smokejumpers head out to the Pilot Point Fire     BLM Alaska Alaska Smokejumpers loading up for the first fire jump of the 2021 Alaska fire season was caught on video on May 24, 2021. The 12 BLM Alaska Fire Service smokejumpers flew 599 miles to the Pilot Point Fire that escaped the village dump […]

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