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The center of a burned-out western cedar tree in the scar of the Rebel Fire as seen on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017. Western cedars are notorious for rotting in the center, making them susceptible to fire. Tim Mowry/Alaska IMT

Burned out western cedar tree
Posted on: 09/22/17 04:24 pm

Cutting hazard trees along Forest Service Road 19
Posted on: 09/22/17 04:19 pm

Jared Tinius, part of a falling module from U.S. Timber Cutters, sits on the stump of a large Douglas fir tree that was identified as a hazard tree and cut down on Sept. 20, 2017. Photo by Cory Zapel

Cutting hazard trees along Forest Service Road 19
Posted on: 09/22/17 04:16 pm

Firefighters have been busy pulling hose that was laid on fires in the Horse Creek Complex and Rebel Fire. So far, they have pulled approximately 15 miles of hose and they're not done yet. Tim Mowry/Alaska IMT

A mountain of fire hose
Posted on: 09/20/17 10:55 pm

Firefighters stand under a newly erected tarp to take shelter from the rain during morning briefing on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017, at the Rebel Fire Base Camp, Jim Schwarber/Alaska IMT

Staying dry during morning briefing
Posted on: 09/20/17 04:07 pm

Tom Kurth, incident commander for the Alaska Interagency Incident Management Team, stands under a tarp while addressing firefighters during morning briefing on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017. Jim Schwarber/Alaska IMT

Staying dry during morning briefing
Posted on: 09/20/17 04:05 pm

A firefighter uses a propane heater to dry wet clothes in the dining area at the Rebel Fire Base Camp on Tuesday morning, Sept. 19, 2017. Tim Mowry/Alaska IMT

Getting creative to combat the rain
Posted on: 09/19/17 10:23 pm

Three firefighters model the latest fashionable rainwear at the Rebel Fire Base Camp on Tuesday morning, Sept. 19, 2017. Tim Mowry/Alaska IMT

Fashionable rainwear
Posted on: 09/19/17 10:21 pm

Firefighters huddle under a tent to get out of the rain at the morning briefing Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017 at the Rebel Fire Base Camp. More than 2 inches of rain has fallen in the area during the past two days. Tim Mowry/Alaska IMT

Wet morning breifing at Rebel Fire Base Camp
Posted on: 09/19/17 10:20 pm

With more than 2+ inches of rain in the past two days , trenches drain water at the Rebel Fire Base Camp on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017. Tim Mowry/Alaska IMT

Getting creative to combat the rain
Posted on: 09/19/17 10:18 pm

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