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Hotshot terrain, an example of what makes a Hotshot Wildland Firefighter stand out.

Hotshot terrain, an example of what makes a Hotshot Wildland Firefighter stand out.

Steep terrain, on 12 to 14 hour days fighting wild land fire.

Steep terrain, on 12 to 14 hour days fighting wild land fire.

7/31/13 Wildland Firefighters. These brave men & women are working 12 to 14 hour days, working in steep, treacherous terrain. They work one of 2 shifts, day or nite, & sleep in a tent city at a high school N. of Grants Pass, OR. They will work 14 days straight. Pray for them & their safety please.

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Great pic for a coffee table book, with both a water feature and a fire.  USFS photo of the Los Prietos Hot Shots at the Kings River on the Rough Fire. [California 2015] [Best crew picture ever | Wildfire Today] hotshots wildland firefighting firefighters Forest Service

2015 Photo of the Los Prietos Hot Shot Crew standing in front of the Rough Fire front near Kings Canyon National Park

Wildland firefighters. Best job I ever had!

Rim Fire

Southern California wildfire grows to 27 square miles

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Hotshot Crew Cutting Line

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Hot weather = Fire. This Fire is currently burning along the 405 freeway in the Sepluveda Pass, So. Cal. 9/14/12

This Fire is currently burning along the 405 freeway in the Sepluveda Pass, So.

Fireing Out:...  A Granite Mountain Hotshot from Prescott, Arizona monitors a fireing operation in a canyon on the Angeles National Forest during the Station Fire in Los Angeles County, California

A Granite Mountain Hotshot from Prescott, Arizona monitors a fireing operation in a canyon on the Angeles National Forest during the Station Fire in Los Angeles County, California

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