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Re: O.T. Forest fires out west...

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08-20-2013 17:19:51

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The cats are busy cutting lines in the heavy brush and trees, the areas where the hand crews are shown is mostly grass and light brush. the cats are not D4s either the smallest will be a D6 with D8s and D9s doing the bulk of the work.

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08-21-2013 21:35:27

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 Re: O.T. Forest fires out west... in reply to Handyman, 08-20-2013 17:19:51  
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I'm curious. When was the last time you saw a D9 on a fire; IDL, BLM, USFS. From what I've been hearing the Feds aren't hiring D8-s much anymore either. Perhaps IDL manages their fires differently.

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08-20-2013 18:46:49

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 Re: O.T. Forest fires out west... in reply to Handyman, 08-20-2013 17:19:51  
I so much as so had figured that those folks were not that stupid but more like you say the news crews just so not get back where the dozers are but just wanted someone to tell me that. If you just watch the news they would have you believe it is man against nature by himself. Glad someone cleared it up for me. Thanks

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